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MIXED RICE DOSA 

25 Sep

This is a famous konkani styled dosa made using two types dosa ,tastes awesome with a good flavour and taste… This dosa is populary known as Surai Ukde polo in konkani language..😀 Surai means sona masoori or dosa rice and Ukde means boiled rice also known as red or matta rice….

The dosa batter doesn’t need any fermentation but you need to soak rice for around 4 hours before grinding so that it can be broken easily ,the batter can be ground coarse or fine . If u coarse grind the batter then u need to make slightly thick dosa but i prefer to make it as per my family choice fine and make medium thick dosa.

Here i have served dosa with coconut jaggery mix  known as choorn tastes best with this or this dosa can be relished with any chutney or pickle of our choice or even with butter

INGREDIENTS 

•1 cup sona masoori 

•1 cup red rice 

•1 cup grated coconut 

•Salt to taste

•Oil to drizzle 

METHOD 

▪Wash and soak both rice together for around 3-4 hours 

▪Grind rice along with coconut gratings to fine batter using water

▪Remove to container add salt and mix well

▪Heat dosa griddle  well,simmer the flame and pour laddle full of batter and slightly spread or pour batter as u do while making neer dosa

▪Drizzle oil and cook closed on medium heat till the base is cooked

▪Flip dosa and cook other side till golden spots appear 

▪Serve with chutney of your choice or with Jaggery coconut mix

Coconut Jaggery mix: 

Freshly grated coconut (only white part),jaggery grated as per sweetness,a pinch salt and 2 pinch cardamom powder,mix everything well till combined .

NOTE l

Tip for beginners  :As there is no use of urd dal the batter sticks to the pan as u spread so always see that you keep flame on low heat then try to spread dosa evenly and then higher the flame to cook well..

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2 Comments

Posted by on September 25, 2017 in BREAKFAST RECIPES

 

2 responses to “MIXED RICE DOSA 

  1. Megala

    September 26, 2017 at 3:38 pm

    Looks so delicious !

    Liked by 1 person

     

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