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Peanut Dosa

Peanut Dosas
Being a dosa lover, I always find ways to improve the taste and looks of my dosas intake more interestingly. My hubby used to tease me by saying that my mind is always on cooking and not in taking care of the family which is not true. Since young I always surrounded with food wherever I go. My MIL always make snack everyday as my FIL needs something different each day so I kind of adapt to that. Well my son had a crazy idea of adding blueberries to dosa batter which will never happened. My daughter used to eat dosa without any curries. Feeding my daughter is really a hectic job. I have being preparing different variety of dosas with came be eaten plain without as side-dish. My latest invasion was by adding some groundnut to the batter. Believe my daughter had 3 dosa instead of 1 which was really surprise to me. I guess peanut dosa will be around in my kitchen more frequently.

Serving Size: 4 Makes about 15 dosas

1 cup iddly rice
1 cup ural dhal
1 cup groundnuts
1tsp methi seeds
1tsp cumin seeds
1tsp fennel seeds
chopped tomatoes
chopped onions
chopped coriander leaves
chopped spring onions
1 cup coconut milk (optional)
a pinch of baking soda
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
Soak the rice,dhal,methi,cumin and fennel seeds together overnight.Soak the ground separately and remove the skins and slightly roast them a wok greased with 1tsp oil. Grind groundnuts with the rice mixture to a smooth batter. The consistency of the batter should be thick enough to thickly coat on a spoon when dipped. Heat the iron griddle or non-stick tawa well. Add the coconut milk ,salt and baking soda. There is not need fermentation the batter but leave aside for about 2 hours.

Pour a spoonful of batter in the centre, spread with the back of the spoon to a thin round. Sprinkle some of the chopped onions,tomatoes, coriander and spring oions. Pour a tsp. of ghee or oil over it. Flip over and allow the another side to be cooked. If you prefer you could sprinkle some podi .Fold it and remove with spatula when crisp. Serve hot with chutney and or sambar.


prasu said…
Wow..adding pea nuts and coonut milk to dosa sounds intrestiong dear....sure will try and let u know the outcome.
Tina said…
Wow peanut dosa...Yummy and different.
Priya said…
Peanuts dosas even i'll have more than usual dosas, love ur idea of adding peanuts dear, will try out soon..
Vrinda said…
Peanut sounds gr8 and looks delish...nice idea
Uma said…
adding peanuts in a dosa is a nice idea. Dosa looks so delicious. First time here. YOu have a nice blog with many yummy recipes :)
Mythreyi Dilip said…
Hi da, first time here.
Sorry for my late visit to ur blog, i had to move to my new home and the neighborhood is new to me, it took some time for me to settle dear.
And thanks a lot for visiting my blog and for ur lovely comments da.
Just now i went through ur blog, very nice space da. Your recipes made me feel homely. You have wide variety of interesting recipes. Love ur blog and this peanut dosa recipe is very innovative, sure i will give a try!
Sarah Naveen said…
wow!! dosa with peanuts..Yummy!!!
Loved it..
Akal's Saappadu said…
peanut dosai looks well garnished, I wouldn't need a side dish neither :) my daughter loves to eat dosai without the chutney or side dish too!

this variation must be nutty and yummm!! nice creativity!!
Wow peanut dosa...Yummy and different.
my kitchen said…
Never tried dosa like this,innovative
This was really good and pls do try them at will definitely fall in love with them:)

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