1.5 cup White Rice
1/2 cup Boiled Rice / Kuchulakki
1 cup Beaten Rice / Avalakki / Poha
1/2 cup Buttermilk / Curd
Salt to taste
Soak both the rice in water for about 7-8 hrs. Wash soaked rice 2-3 times and keep it aside. Grind soaked rice coarsely by adding sufficient amount of water. Add beaten rice, buttermilk/curd and grind it to smooth paste. Add salt and water(if required). (Consistency of the batter should be like that of milkshake.)
Heat the Tava(Iron Tava preferred). Pour a spoonful of batter at the centre, spread it with the back of the spoon to a thin round. 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 min.
Serve hot with any chutney or sambar. The ingredients mentioned above will serve 12-14 Avalakki Dosas.
Hi Krishnaveni! Lately, I have been following ur blog for some recipes. They are awesome! About avalakki dose, I wanted to know if there any other alternatives for boiled rice?
Thanks for the comments :)
If you don't have Boiled Rice, the quantity of Beaten Rice/Avalakki can be increased. ie For 1.5 cups White Rice & 1.5 cups of Beaten Rice/Avalakki.
Could you please let us know the preperation of Kenda Dose(Genda rotti/Kendathadya)using microwave oven convection mode.
-Ramya Bhat from Mangalore
@Ganesh Bhat / Ramya,
I haven't tried it with Microwave/Oven. I usually prepare this in heavy bottomed vessel(BaaNale). Here is the link: Kendattadya
Once I try this with Microwave/Oven, I will update the recipe.
@ Ganesh Bhat / Ramya
I have updated kendattadya recipe using oven.
Here are the links:
you please let me know the exact preperation method of "Set Dose".
I have already posted the recipe of Set Dose in my blog. Here is the link: Set Dose
Soak dosa rice in hot water for 1 hour,grind coarsely and add salt and grated coconut (1/2 cup for 2 cup rice).Batter consistency should be of idli batter.Place the batter on softened banana leaf,fold and steam in cooker without weight for 40 minutes.Eat with chutney.
Ramya Bhat from Mangalore
I haven't heard of Bisineeru Kadubu. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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