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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Oduppale / Odu Dose

2 cups White Rice
1 cup Boiled Rice
Salt to taste
Clay Tawa

Soak both boiled and white rice together in water for about 8-10 hrs. Wash soaked rice 2-3 times and keep them aside.
Grind soaked rice into smooth paste by adding sufficient amount of water. Add salt, required amount of water and mix them well. (Consistency of the batter should be in between milkshake & milk)

Heat the Clay Tawa and pour a spoonful of batter over the Tawa. Gently spread it over the Tawa as shown in the picture below.

Cover the lid and cook it for a about 4-5 mins in medium flame.

Hold the other side of the Tawa and remove the Oduppale using spatula as shown in the picture below.

Serve hot with ghee or coconut oil along with any chutney or sambar or sihi kayi halu. The ingredients mentioned above will serve 7-8 Oduppales.


Nisha said...

Thats a quite unique dosa.

Anonymous said...

Thanks.Odu kanusule iddo?Henge kanusudu?

Anonymous said...

Fenugreek(menthe kalu) not required?

Krishnaveni said...

@ Anonymous,
Appu Odina Kanushekku. Hosa Odina 2 side ingu rejja enne(Geru Beejada enne/Thengina enne)/Tuppa haaki ondu dina madugekku. Next day adara Ole mele/Gas Stove mele madugi medium/low flame illi beshi maadekku. (2 side annu 1/2, 1/2 gante beshi maadekku). Side illi madugi tannange aada mele tholadu upayogsekku.

We don't add fenugreek seeds to this recipe.

ವನಿತಾ / Vanitha said...

Hii Veni,
After a long time!! hengidde.. u n Shreya ?

Odpale enna favourite..monne ooriliddaaga Atte baree tellavu (S's fav) matte odpale maadigondiddadu..but Atte baree white rice haakudu..ennattare 'odu' ille! hindaliyam kaavali li elakkuga, but again adakke oil haakekku, aavaga adu taste aavuttille allada..!..mail maadu :)

Anonymous said...

Do u have to ferment this batter? If not, how does it have so many holes in the dosa as if the batter has been fermented?

Krishnaveni said...


No need to ferment batter. The so many holes in the Dosa is because of the Clay Tava we use and this is the speciality of the Odu Dosa.

Unknown said...

Can we do this without using boiled rice..