Minapattu Dosa Recipe
Minapattu Plain dosa Recipe is shortly known as Dosa, Plain dosa is also usually eaten for breakfast or the evening snack. Generally, Andhra-style versions of this plain dosa recipe are spicier and crispier than those of its other South Indian counterparts. Plain Dosa is good with Chutney, Dosa Chutney is an favorite food of the people in the South
Minapattu Plain dosa is available in many Dosa restaurants. Minapattu Plain dosa is a typical South Indian dosa recipe. Making dosa is simpler then preparing other breakfast recipes. These plain dosa calories are good for health and diet. You can find this instant dosa recipe in our website. There are many types of dosa like wheat dosa, set dosa, onion dosa and dosa recipes like crispy dosa recipe, dosa sambar recipe.
We have mentioned the recipe on how to make dosa with dosa ingredients below.
- 1 cup whole urad dal (Minapappu)
- 2 cups of rice
- 1/2 cup of chana dal (senagapappu)
- 1 tb sp of methi seeds
- Wash and soak urad dal, rice, chana dal and methi seeds together in water in about 5-6 hours.
- Drain water and grind them to a smooth batter, not too thick nor too watery. Add water while grinding for the batter to turn smooth.
- Transfer the batter to a vessel, cover it and leave it overnight for fermentation.
- The quantity of batter increases by morning. Add 1 tb sp of salt to the batter, mix well. Now the batter is ready for making dosas.
- Place and heat a dosa pan (skillet) on the stove. Pour a laddle full of batter on the pan and spread into thin round shape as shown below. Move the laddle in circular shape till the batter turns into thin round shape. Sprinkle 1/2 tsp of oil on the sides and allow to cook till dosa turns to golden brown in color.
- Turn dosa to the other side as shown below. Keeping dosa for a long while on the pan would turn dosa to be more crisper so make sure you dont over cook them.
- Serve hot with chutney and it is ready.