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July 27, 2009

Raw Rice Dosa(without fermentation)



I tried this yummy instant dosa recipe from Sankeerthanam. It tasted more like aapam. I had it with mysore rasam.

As I followed the recipe verbatim, you can click the above link for recipe.

Notes:The batter should be thinner than regular dosa batter but not as thin as rava dosa batter.
Pour the batter in a circular fashion starting from outside to inside. Allow the batter to spread by itself.
I also added 1/4 tsp of hing to the batter.

38 comments:

  1. This is great, no fermentation? A wonderful quick fix breakfast...I have bookmarked it too, will try it soon.

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  2. Oh that looks soo good and I love that there's no fermentation required.

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  3. thant looks great & quick dosa ..... nice clicks ...

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  4. Wow!Wonderful quick recipe ...Thanks :) will try this soon !!

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  5. sounds great without fermentation! Is that a beautiful black sari behind?

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  6. Looks so go..and and very comforting too .. Nice click asusual

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  7. wow that's a simple recipe i guess......nice click Mahimaa!

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  8. still in my favourites....must try it...

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  9. I make these often along with onion chutney and my hubby loves it.This is very popular in kerala

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  10. love this! its so much easier than fermented dosa!

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  11. I too love these kinda ,no need to ferment dosas...thanks for sharing:)

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  12. They have come out so crisp.Would love to try them.

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  13. Looks yummy and great to now that no fermentation is required :)

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  14. i just made rava dosa yesterday :) gorgeous presentation!

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  15. Kanna,
    Nice click as usual
    APPA

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  16. Oh wow.....looks crisp and yum......

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  17. Thanx Mahima for trying my dosa recipe ,u r right ,it tastes just like appam and goes well with any curries,chutneys and even with sugar and ghee..Big thanx to posting it in ur blog...

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  18. dosa looks too good.. lovely presentation.. will try it.. :)

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  19. Lovely breakfast..no fermentation makes it even more worthier..

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  20. Quick dosa??mahimaa this sure is for people like me...

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  21. reat idea mahimaa... plz pick yyr award from my blog

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  22. No fermentation dosas are a breeze..instant and quick:).Love such simple recipes:)

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  23. wow, this is such a quick fix

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  24. Have something for u on my blog:)

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  25. Just what I need on a weekend morning. Bookmarked!

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  26. Hi Mahima, Please accept the award I would love to pass on to you. Pick that up from my post.

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  27. Wow Mahimaa...dosa looks wonderful.Thin n crispy.Hope u are having a great vacation .

    You've recieved the Kreative Blogger award - http://aromasfrommykitchen.blogspot.com/2009/07/kerala-puttu-and-kadala-curry.html

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  28. Oh, I am hungry. I think I will try this dosa out. It is so much better than pre-planning and allow for fermentation! I am your latest fan and substriber! Also, I would really like it if you could stop by my food blog and/or comment.
    http://snacksgiving.blogspot.com/

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  29. this instant version of Dosa sounds interesting.....

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  30. Mahi dosa semaiya irruku..am back after a small break...Missed u all..

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  31. wooo lovly platter..i want it right now..

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  32. mahimma i have few awrds and a tag for u...
    please do collect them

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  33. Oh so nice to see an instant dosa... similar to rava dosa.. lovely!! will surely try this!

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  34. Unfermented grains and beans are unhealthy

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