Mysore Dosa is another version of Cosa. This Dosa is layered with delicious Spice mix. This when served with sambar and chutney can be a complete meal.
Perfect for Breakfast, evening snack or for a meal Mysore Dosa cater to all the timeline. Try our Mysore Dosa recipe and let us know with the feedback in the comments section below.
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2 cups Rice
1/2 cup Urad Dal (split and polished)
1 tbsp Basmati Rice
1 tbsp Split Bengal Gram
1/4 cup Puffed Rice
1 tbsp Rice Flour
1 cup Coconut (grated)
8 Dried Red Chillies
1 tbsp Coriander Seeds
1/2 tsp Black pepper corns
8-10 Curry Leaves
1 tbsp Tamarind Pulp
1 tbsp Coconut Oil
Method: lets take the batter of all ingredients mentioned in the video, add in Salt whipped it properly and kept aside, now lets make spice mix for which add Coconut (grated), Dried Red Chillies, Coriander Seeds, Black pepper corns, Curry Leaves, Tamarind Pulp & Coconut Oil with the salt (for the taste) in the grinder. Add water before grinding the mixes (as shown in the video). After the grinding transfer it to the container. Now for making the Dosa, lets heat up the Pan with Ghee.
Once the ghee is fully melted to all the corner, smear the batter into the pan in the form and shape of thin pancake (as shown in the video) add some Ghee on top of the Dosa, now smear in the Spice Mix into the Dosa. Cook it in high flame for a minute till it turn crisp and golden brown in color. Once it is ready fold the Dosa into the other side and your Mysore Dosa is ready to be served.
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