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Monday, November 30, 2009

Bread Dose

Ingredients:

1.5 cups White Rice

1 cup grated Coconut

1 cup grated Jaggary

1 cup Milk

1/4 cup Curd

Salt to taste

Oil/Ghee

Recipe:

Soak white rice in water for about 4-5 hrs. Wash soaked rice 2-3 times and keep it aside.

Grind soaked rice, grated coconut into smooth thick batter by adding around one cup of milk. Add grated jaggary and grind them for about 1 min. Then add curd and grind them together for few seconds. Keep it in warm place for fermentation for about 10-12 hrs. After fermentation the batter will look like thick curd/yogurt.

Add salt, required amount of water and mix them well. The consistency of the batter should be like that of milkshake.

Heat the Tava(Iron Tava preferred). Pour a spoonful of batter spread it over the Tava as shown in the picture below. Add 1 tsp of oil/ghee on top of dosa, cover it in a lid and cook it for a minute in medium flame. Cook other side of the dosa as well for about 1-2 mins.

Serve hot with any spicy chutney or sambar. Ingredients mentioned above will serve 7-8 Bread Dosas.

11 comments:

AshKuku said...

Would love to try this awesome looking dosa.... Always heard of bread dosa... would try now , with the help of your recipe.... Thanks for posting...

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

AshKuku said...

Would love to try this awesome looking dosa.... Always heard of bread dosa... would try now , with the help of your recipe.... Thanks for posting...

And yes liked the lavanga peda too.... Amongst Biharis it is popular as Loung Latta.....

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

Ramya Bhat said...

For bread dose,if you may add avalakki (poha) 1/4 the quantity of rice,it will taste better.
Ramya Bhat from Mangalore

kitchen queen said...

lovely bread dose with nice pictures and detailed description.would love to try it out soon.

Ramya Bhat said...

Dear Veni,do you know the method of "Oduppale"? I ate it with Kayi Halu earlier,but dont know the method of preperation.

Ramya Bhat said...

Bread dose is similar to "appam" of kerala.In appam there is no sweet,for fermenting they add yeast.
Ramya

Ruchi Ruchi Adige said...

@ Ramya,

I know the recipe of Oduppale. It requires a special Clay Tava.
I will upload the recipe of Oduppale once I prepare it in India.

prajna said...

bread dose is very tasty,thanks for the recipe.

Vani said...

Hey veni, Did you ever tried Aapa?? If yes please post the recipe...

Vani said...

Hey Veni, Are you fed up with my questions ???if yes then I am Sorry.... you have not replied to me ...thats why...

Ruchi Ruchi Adige said...

@Vani,

I was outside during the weekend and hence could not reply to your question....

I don't prepare Aappam here as I don't have the Aappam griddle.. Once I get the griddle, I will upload the recipe...