Wednesday, October 22, 2008

GHEE PODI DOSA


This Dosa is one of the famous item in a Dhaba in T.Nagar, Chennai. We don’t miss this whenever we go to T.nagar for shopping. That too they will serve hot and their sambar is too tasty. We all like this dosa very much.

INGREDIENTS

Boiled Rice(Pullungal arisi/Idli rice) 3 cups
Raw rice 1 cup
Urid Dal 1 cup
Mixed Dal powder 2 tsp(recipe given in Podi varieties)
Ghee

METHOD

Soak both rice and dal together for min 4 hrs.
Grind it to idli/dosa batter. Add salt.
Let it be fermented atleast for six hrs.
Make Dosa in Dosa griddle, spreal ghee on the dosa and sprinkle the dal powder on the top of dosa. Cover it with lid. Let it be roast and cook for few mts.
Fold dosa in to two and serve hot with chutney/sambar/dosa podi.
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18 comments:

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

dosa looks tooo yummy and now i am hungry.

jeyashri said...

Hema even i make this often at home.my daughter who likes dosa like anything loves this podi dosa.i even sprinkle some onion to it.nice presentation.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thnx mahimaa and jeyashri. Whats yr Diwali spl dishes. Hm... tell me tell me I am curious....

Priti said...

Looks so nice...podi dosa..yummm

Uma said...

wow, the dosa looks so crispy and yummy. never used cooked rice in a dosa. bookmarked to try. will let you know when i make it.

anudivya said...

Those dosais are so crispy and lovely. And with the chutneys, they are totally appetizing.

Yasmeen said...

Podi on dosa is spicy addition. Dosa looks so crisp,mine rarely are so crisp:)

raaji said...

Something diffrent than the usual dosas i make....hmmm quite intersting....

raaji said...

thank you so much for passing on the award to me......appreciate it...

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks priti, yasmin, anu and Uma for time spent and yr nice commnts.

Uma: the rice i used is idli rice. in Tamil we call it as Pullungal arisi. This is not cooked rice ma. I have added these Tamil name in the recepi itslef.

U can add hand full of cooked rice to Idli/Dosa/Appam batter while grinding. It makes the stuff soft.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks Raji and pleasure is mine. noted that u have already deserved it. From me s late.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi Adi...
Dosa looks so nice and crispy.... Nice appetizing picture. Love podi a lot... YUM!

Cham said...

They look delicious , I love to shop in T Nagar :)
I will try ur ratio for my next dosa!

LG said...

Even we like Podi and Ghee on dosa. I think I prefer it to Masala Dosa and that plate in the pic looks yumm. Thanks for droping by my blog and nice knowing another Sai Devotee. Jai Sai Ram

Vij said...

hi thanks for visiting my blog!! lovely recipe for the dosa. I am gonna try ur version soon!!urs looks so tempting!
happy blogging!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Nice dosa. Three for me only.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks Sukanya,lg, cham, vij and KF for leaving nice commnts.

No prob u can have it. Its my pleasure to serve u KF.

from point of sale australia said...

I love your blog very much.A variety of dosa and other dishes.