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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Rava Dosai | Instant Rava Dosa

    Rava dosai- a famous south Indian dosa made with rava aka sooji.Rava dosa is so popular and is served in most restaurant that serves breakfast.Rava dosa don't need  any grinding or fermentation.This is an instant dosa/easy dosa that can be put together in under 10 minutes and can be eaten any time of the day.
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Tip to make crispier and tasty rava dosa:
  •  Patience is what you need to get the dosa brown and crisp .
  •  Add more water and make sure its of  pouring consistency like buttermilk.
  • When there is so much water,you can go ahead and sprinkle the batter on the tava.
  • No need to turn/flip the dosa,dosa will lose its crispiness or otherwise remove/peel the extra batter after its cooked and keep in stove until crispier.
  •  Use regular sooji.Avoid fine sooji/idly rava.
  •  To make onion rava sprinkle onion on bottom of tava,add dosa batter on top.
  • Use a flat pan large enough to make dosa of desired size.
  • No need of covering the dosa .
  • Make sure to take the dosa when bottom is crisp,otherwise you end up in sticky mess.

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Similar dosa require no fermentation pesarattu/Green moong dosa,Adai dosa,Ragi-Oats dosa,Tomato dosa

                                             Rava Dosai | Instant Rava Dosa

rava dosai                                How to make south Indian rava dosa

 Cuisine: Indian  Category:Breakfast /Dinner  Serves:2(around 10 dosa)    Prep time:5 minutes Cook time:4 miutes(each)Total Time:45-55 minutes



Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Rava/sooji.
  • 2 tbsp rice flour/arisi maavu.
  • few chopped curry leaves/karuvepilai.
  • salt required.
  • ginger 1 inch piece/inji.
  • 2 green chilies.
  • 1 tsp jeera/jeeragam.
  • chopped coriander leaves/kothamalli.
  • 1/4 tsp pepper corns/milagu.
  • oil required for frying each dosa.
  • water as required.

Method:
  • Soak rava and rice flour in enough water for 10 minutes.
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  • Add chopped coriander,curry leaves,ginger,green chilies to the soaked batter.
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  • Add pepper,jeera and required salt.
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  • Add enough water and make the batter to pourable consistency.
  • Heat the pan in high flame spread oil on the bottom.
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  • Use Flat pan,this avoids the batter settling  in one place.
  • Using dosa laddle or any cup, pour dosa in hot pan.
  • Add oil over top.Cook it uncoverd until crispy.No need of covering the dosa.
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  • Carefully remove the dosa and serve with desired chutney

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21 comments:

  1. Delicious dosai! Perfect on a weekday morning.

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  2. Rava dosa looks delicious, very crispy.

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  3. Thank you for those tips! I tried making this a couple of times and was really disappointed... will follow ur advice... :)

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  4. Gorgeous looking yummy Rava Dosa! Looks AMAZING! :)

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  5. Crispy rava dosa.. Looks delicious..

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  6. Wow this dosa is looking so gorgeous. Delicious !!

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  7. Crispy and yummy dosa with such helpful tips :)

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  8. Dosa looks crispy & delicious .Well prepared.

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  9. perfectly made!! Look at the holes!! Wow!!

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  10. delicious and crispy rava dosa.. so yummm!!

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  11. Rava Dosa looks inviting ..yummy ....

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  12. yum, I love this dosa, made it for dinner last week :)

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  13. I love crispy dosa.. this is perfection.. this one is for me :)

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  14. Hi Sathya, got ur fb message thanks for sending it to me dear. I think I replied to u.
    Dosa looks like a beautiful lace doily folded.

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  15. loved the crispy lace,yummy ones..one of my favorite too,made perfectly!!

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  16. Yummy. My favorite dosa with nice clicks.

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  17. Looks beautiful, crispy with nice lace.... can you make a few Sathya? dosa is tempting me and getting hungry!

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