Dosa may be a specialty of South Indian cuisine but it has fans across the country. We can never say no to a plate of dosa, sambar and chutneys. While we love the crispy dosa with a delicious filling inside, a softer version of the dosa also has a huge fan following in South India. Dosa range, also known as sponge dosa, is a thin, pancake-like dosa that is spongy, porous, and light to eat. The dosa set is usually smaller in size and is served in a group of more than one dosa – which is why it is called a dosa set. It is a popular breakfast dish and can be made quickly with sourdough.
But what if you don’t have the sourdough ready and are craving the dosa combo? Traditionally, dosa is made from a mixture of poha, idli rice and dal which is usually left to ferment overnight and cooked for breakfast the next morning. We’ve found a recipe for an instant dosa combo that can be made whenever the craving arises; No prior advance is required.
This instant dosa only takes ten minutes to prepare and is ready to be served. In places like Bengaluru, the dosa combo is served with coconut chutney and sago – a South Indian-style mixed vegetable curry. Here we’re making a faster version of our dosa combo made with poha, suji, and curd. It might remind you of poha dosa or Atukala dosa without the fermentation process. Instead, he uses fruit salt for the mixture to rise. One interesting feature of the dosa set recipe is that it is cooked on one side only. Don’t you want to make delicious and healthy dosa right away? Save this recipe.
Instant Dosa Recipe – How to Make Instant Dosa Kit:
click here For a step-by-step recipe for instant poha.
To make instant dosa, first, soak the poha for a few minutes and grind it in a blender and grinder along with suji, curd and salt to taste. Transfer the mixture to a bowl and add water to the desired consistency. Then add some fruit salt and mix well. Pour a ladleful of batter into an oiled skillet and let it cook on the underside. Once done, serve with coconut chutney or any chutney of your choice. You can also sprinkle some podi masala for more flavour.
In just 10 minutes, you can have this delicious South Indian breakfast dish ready for all those brisk mornings. Try this recipe.
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