HEALTHY MIX VEGETABLE DOSA

HEALTHY MIX VEGETABLE DOSA

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Healthy Mix Vegetable Dosa is a fermented pancake. Its main ingredients are rice and black gram. Though it is an indigenous food to southern part of India, but now it is getting popular all over the world. 

This is a slight variation of regular dosa, in which I added some vegetables to make dosa even more healthier and colorful.  This dosa is very easy to make and a very filling meal for breakfast or dinner and your kids & family will love this.

Side dishes: Generally dosa are been served with coconut chutney and shambar. But the chutney can be varied to garlic-tomato chutney or chana dal chutney or coconut-chana dal mix chutney along with vegetable shambar. 

 

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HEALTHY MIX VEGETABLE DOSA
This vegetable dosa is an instant non-fermented South Indian dish, which is been made healthy for breakfast purpose.
Healthy Mix Vegetable Dosa
Prep Time 12 hours
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
dosas
Ingredients
Prep Time 12 hours
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
dosas
Ingredients
Healthy Mix Vegetable Dosa
Instructions
Prepare a Dosa Batter
  1. Mix rice and dal together, soak them in water for 6-7 hours.
  2. Drain the water and grind the mixture to a very fine paste. Add salt and mix the batter properly.
  3. Cover it and keep it at room temperature. Allow it to ferment for overnight.
Prepare Vegetable Filling
  1. Wash all the chopped vegetables
  2. Simmer them till they become tender.
Make Vegetable Dosa
  1. Add the veggies into the batter and mix them well.
  2. Now heat a non-stick tawa over medium flame.
  3. Sprinkle few drops of water and when it starts cracking, rub the pan with a cloth.
  4. Spread ½ tsp of oil on the pan. Take ½ cup of dosa batter and spread it properly in circular motion to form a circle on a hot pan.
  5. Add ½ tsp of oil more on the dosa crust
  6. Sprinkle coriander leaves on it. Cook both the sides of the dosa.
    Healthy Mix Vegetable Dosa
Recipe Notes
For garnishing, one can grate beetroot and carrot on top or can add aloo masala on top and serve with shambar and chutney.

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