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Godumai Dosai (Wheat Flour Dosa)

Godumai Dosai (Wheat Flour Dosa)

This recipe was shared by my MIL few days ago when there wasn't any dosa batter left at home.The addition of the spice paste gives a flavorful taste to the dosa.

Ingredients:

Serving Size :5 -Makes about 15 dosas

3garlic cloves
small ginger,
5 curry leaves
1tsp cumin seed
3 dried chilies

Grind the all the ingredients to a smooth paste without adding water.

1 cup iddly batter {optional}
1 cup wheat flour- 2 if you are not using iddly batter
1/2 cup rice flour
salt to taste
1 cup finely chopped onions

Preparation Method:
If you have iddly batter at home - just mix the wheat flour with some water and add to the iddly batter and the grind paste. Allow the batter to stand for 1 hour and prepare the dosas as usual.

If you tend to omit the iddly batter-then mix the 2 cup wheat flour and rice flour with enough water to a batter. Then add the salt and grind paste and allow the batter to stand for 1 hour or so.Heat the iron griddle or non-stick tawa on medium flame.Pour a spoonful of batter in the centre, spread with the back of the spoon to a thin round.Pour a tsp. of ghee or oil over it.Sprinkle a handful of finely chopped onion onto the batter and tap to ensure that the onions are struck to the batter properly.Flip over and allow the another side to be cooked.Fold it and remove with spatula when crisp. Serve hot with chutney and or sambar.


Comments

Unknown said…
Dosaas look perfect. i love these dosas because they are instant.
Priya Suresh said…
Healthy wheat dosas are my favourite with spicy coconut chutney, mouthwatering here..
Mythreyi Dilip said…
I too make wheat dosai da, but ur version of adding spice mixture should taste yummier than one i make:) Thanks for sharing dear!!!
Padhu Sankar said…
I just had wheat dosa.I just love it Mine will have lot of holes like rava dosa.Your dosa picture looks different.
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Tina said…
My fav dosa...Healthy and delicious...
I love wheat dosa.. healthy and comforting for BF and dinner.
Sumi said…
I love kodhumai dosai, just yummy with podi.I also add a handful of rava to mke it little crisp.
Vrinda said…
Wheat dosa with kadala curry is my fav bfast..looks perfect and yummmm
My MIL has very different ways in making traditional village style dishes and i'm sharing with u all.Thanks:))

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