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Monday, October 5, 2009

Sihi Kendattadya

1 cup White Rice (Preferred: Sona Masuri)
1/2 cup grated Coconut
3/4 -1 cup grated Jaggary
2 - 2.5 cups finely chopped Cucumber
1 - 2 Cardamoms / Elakki
Salt to taste
3 - 4 tsp Ghee


Soak rice in water for about 4-5 hours. Wash soaked rice 2-3 times and keep it aside.
Peel the cucumber and chop them into small pieces as shown in the picture below. (Remove the seeds and inner part of cucumber if it is ripened.)
Grind soaked rice and grated coconut coarsely by adding very little amount of water.(Cucumber water can be used while grinding.) Add grated jaggary, cardamom and grind them together for about 1 min. Pour this batter to a vessel.
Add chopped cucumber, salt to a vessel containing ground batter and mix them well.
Preheat the oven to 350-400 degree F in Bake mode.
Apply 2-3 tsp ghee to the bottom and sides of the microwave/oven compatible tray. Pour the prepared batter and spread evenly over the tray as shown in the picture below.(Its better to keep the thickness of kendattadya around half(0.5) inch.) Place the tray in oven and cook the kendattadya in 350-400 degree F for about 45-50 mins in bake mode till bottom part of kendattadya turns light golden in color.
Apply little amount of ghee on top the kendattadya and cook the kendattadya in 300-350 degree F for about 30-40 mins in broil mode till upper part of the kendattadya becomes golden in color.
Remove the kendattadya from the oven and cut them into medium pieces as shown in the picture below.
Remove from the oven tray and serve hot along with ghee. The link for Khara Kendattadya recipe: Khara Kendattadya


Krishnaveni said...

The link for Khara Kendattadya recipe:Khara kendattadya

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs.Nalka,do you know there is an dose item called "bread dose" which is prepared with rice,coconut,majjige/mosaru etc.It is really nice,please try and publish in your blog.

Krishnaveni said...


Yes, I know the recipe of Bread Dose. My mom used to prepare this bread dose...
I will try and upload the recipe soon...

Krishnaveni said...


I have posted Bread Dose recipe in my blog. Here is the link:Bread Dose

Anonymous said...

Came across ur blog from foodie- was going to post on the wall for requesting recipe for 'kendattadya in the oven' there- when I happened to see ur link there- very nice blog and thanks for the info for making it in the oven specially the broiling part

Pratiba Bhat said...

One of the rare recipes I've seen. Never knew we can prepare a baked dosa too.

Ashwini said...

Hi..tried this..tasted really good..thanks for the recipe..

Anusha said...

Thanks alot for the recipe.
Is there another version of this recipe where the batter is cooked first into a dough and then baked?

Krishnaveni Nalka said...


There is no another version of cooking the batter first and then bake. Same thing can be prepared in different ways using traditional way, using pan etc. The methods are already posted in recipe.