Mysore Masala Dosa / Set Dosa

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Mysore Masala Dosa

Photo courtesy:Aarthi (my sister)

Who does not like Mysore Masala Dosa!
The batter recipe:
I must thank Lakshmi for this fantastic recipe (http://www.tasteofmysore.com/search?q=Mysore+masala+dosa). It really works :)

2 cups boiled rice
3/4 cup urad dal
1/2 cup sago/ javvarsi
2 tbsp channa dal
1 tsp methi seeds
Mysore Masala Dosa Ingredients

Fermented Batter

Soak rice separately. Soak the other ingredients in another container. Let them soak for 4-5 hours. Grind urad dal to a smooth batter first. Then grind the other ingredients. Mix the two batters, mix salt and allow it to ferment for 24 hrs or till the volume of the batter doubles and you can smell the sourness of the batter.

Mysore Masala Dosa Filling


Take a ladleful of batter and pour on a hot griddle. Swiftly spread it in a circular motion. Add oil and roast till golden brown. Flip it and continue to roast with another tsp oil till golden. Flip it again, spread a tbsp of chutney and 2 tbsp of potato masala. Fold dosa and serve hot!

Watch the process of making this dosa in the video below:
Courtesy:Aarthi (my sister)

video



Red hot chutney recipe:
For my sister's red chutney recipe, refer http://authentic-food-treasures.blogspot.com/2009/03/red-hot-chutney-red-khara-chutney.html

Masala / Palya recipe:

Boil 2 potatoes. Mash them lightly and keep aside. Add 3 tsp oil in a kadai, add 1 tsp mustard seeds, 1/2 tsp channa dal, 1/2 tsp urad dal. When golden, add 1 chopped onion and saute till transparent. Add 2 tbsp peas and 1/2 chopped carrot. Sprinkle some water and cook well. Add potatoes and mix well. Add salt, turmeric, chilli powder and simmer till done.

Chilli powder can be substituted with green chillies (add along with onions)

Set Dosa

The above batter works perfectly with set dosa. Pour the batter on the griddle like shown in the picture. Serve 2 in a plate.

Set Dosa

7 comments:

Pari said...

Hi! My first time here. A well made video indeed and a nice blog.
I would love to hear from you so drop into my space sometime.

Anonymous said...

I did tried this recipe. Dosa came out so good. Thank you so much for your recipe. I love the bowls (stainless steel as well as other 2 colourful ones) in your kitchen too. Keep posting new recipes please.
Radha

kittymatti said...

hehe, thanks radha... my sister's kitchen! she'll be thrilled :)

Anonymous said...

hello, my first timehere !its such a gud presentation ! luks so yummy ! i tried it with parboiled rice but the dosa doesn't come off the griddle...the batter is too soft i guess..if i add some rice flour then its gud but taste changed..any tips 4r this ?i do dosa with regular rice but my hubby says they always turn out hard..thanks !

kittymatti said...

parboiled rice...maybe if you live in the US, you could try the idli rice (kind of rounder than parboiled rice), not sure if that would do the trick...

kittymatti said...

also you could reduce the urad by 2 tsp (maybe your urad is of very good quality) or reduce the methi coz sometimes methi could be the culprit for sticky dosa

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