Wheat Dhosa

After posting a simple and spice side dish, i am wondering what next ?. Here comes wheat dhosa. This dish goes well with garlic podi, sambar or even kara kolambu. Making batter for wheat dhosa is quite simple. A healthy and tasty dish :-). In a lazy day, kneading dough for chapati is bit hard. Yes, do not need to slog. Just in a jiffy this wheat Dhosa can be made.You can even add some veggies in the batter and make wheat idli also. But i prefer to have crispy wheat dhosa 😉 .Rava adds up to the crispness. If you don’t want to add rava you can swap it with rice flour.

Ingredient:

  1. Wheat flour – 1 cup
  2. Rava -4 tsp
  3. Water – 2 generous cup
  4. Salt to taste

Seasonings:

  1. Oil -1 tsp
  2. Mustard seeds -1 tsp
  3. Urad dal -1 tsp
  4. Red chili -2 nos
  5. Curry leaves – 5-7

Direction:

  1. In a wide bowl add in wheat flour, Rava with some salt and add in water. Mix it well until it turns into a bit watery batter (like Rava Dhosa consistency).You can adjust water accordingly.
  2. Now in a pre heated kadai or in a seasoning pan, add oil. Let the oil get heated up, now add mustard seeds, let it crackle, then add in urad dal,curry leaves and red chili.
  3. Add the seasoning to your batter.Mix it well.
  4. When the Dhosa tawa is hot, pour the batter evenly, do not try to spread like the regular dhosa. Just pour it evenly. Add little oil towards the edges.
  5. Once done, flip the dhosa and cook on the other side.Serve it with podi 🙂

 

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. CHCooks says:

    This is such an easy and savior recipe, always best for quick breakfast or dinner 🙂

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    1. Yep, you are right 🙂

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