17 Nov

This is a sweet pancake/dosa prepared using rice and jaggery ,This is one of the famous and favourite pancake usually prepared for breakfast by konkani communities
They sometime use the leftover phova pankajaya (usually preparedfor naivedya) to prepare this sweet dosa…


•2 cups white rice (Basmatirice /Sona Masoori/dosa rice anytype of rice will do )
•2tsp Methi/fenugreekseeds
•1 cup thin poha/beatenrice
•1 cup freshly grated Coconut
•2 tblsp Jaggary ( use more if you like more sweet )
•1/4 tsp haldi powder
•1/4 cup Thick yogurt ( well beaten)
•1/2 tsp Soda (optional)
•salt to taste
•oil or ghee to drizzle


▪Wash and soak rice and methi seeds together for atleast 4-5 hrs this.
▪Now grind Rice along with phova,haldi,coconut,jaggery,curd and water to a fine paste.
▪Now take it out in the container,salt to taste and mix well.
▪Cover and leave it to ferment overnight .
▪Next day mix well  and soda and leave it aside for 1 hr before taking dosa.
▪Heat the dosa pan when very hot and ready simmer the flame and pour a ladle full  of batter and don’t spread much just one spread is enough,let the dosa be thick,
▪cook just on one side on low flame,drizzle ghee oroil on sides you will see this dosa getting lots of pores as seen in picture..
▪Take it out on a plate and serve with dollop of butter and honey..

*THIS DOSA ALSO CAN BE PREPARED USING LEFTOVER PHOVA PRASADAM,while using phova pankajaya,you need to grind rice methi and prasadam-2cups with curds and water…then rest all same as mentioned above….
*this dosa tastes heavenly with butter
*you can also serve this with any curries or pickle but best combination is with butter and honey..




Posted by on November 17, 2015 in BREAKFAST RECIPES, DEESERTS OR SWEETS, DOSAS



  1. pym

    March 1, 2018 at 12:39 pm

    i want to eat the computer.
    i only have thick poha will it still work?

    Liked by 1 person


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