Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Udad Maida Dosa with Tomato Chutney


This is an easy dosa & requires no fermenting! Its very soft & fluffy too.

Ingredients:

Udad Dhal - 1 cup
Maida - 3 cups
Salt - 3tsp
Oil

Method:

1. Soak Udad dhal for 2 hours & grind to a fine paste.

2. Mix the maida in a big container with lots of water without lumps. Add salt to it. Cover it & put it in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours. The maida will settle & water will be on top after couple of hours. Throw away the water.

3. Now to the maida, add the ground udad & mix it in well. Spread as regular dosas & cover & cook only on one side.

Hot hot Udad Maida dosas are ready!

TOMATO CHUTNEY

Spicy Tomato chutney, goes very well, with these soft dosas.

Ingredients:

Tomato - 4
Oil - 2tsp
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
Jeera - 1/4 tsp
Channa Dhal - 1tbspn
Curry leaves - few
Red Chillies - 5
Salt - to taste

Method:

1. In a pan add oil & once hot add the mustard seeds, jeera & curry leaves.

2.Then add the channa dhal & fry it till its slightly golden brown in colour. Add the red chillies & saute 2 minutes.

3. Finally add in chopped tomatoes & fry for 3-4 mts. Allow to cool before grinding. Add required salt to the chutney.

For a variation, i add cilantro instead of curry leaves for a different taste. Adding green chillies can also be done.

16 comments:

Rachel said...

Ahhh that is an easy way out from the usual grinding and all...

Rachel said...

That is an easy way out from the normal grinding and all...The dosa looks crisp too!

Asha said...

No fermenting!! I am so making these dosas!:))
Tomato chutney looks delcious too. Thanks girl!

Laavanya said...

Those look so soft and good Seema. Never heard of this before. The tomato chutney must be just perfect with this.

Sagari said...

maida dosa is very neww for me thanks for sharing seema

DEEPA said...

very soft and perfect dosai seema !!!

Dhivya said...

those looks so good and great seema and also new for me...thanks for sharing

vimmi said...

great dosa. love dosas in any form.

Uma said...

Dosa looks yummy and easy too! Any kind of dosa goes with me. I am definitely trying this.

easycrafts said...

Another instant dosa variety for me...thanks for sharing this recipe

Happy cook said...

I have no idea wht udad dal is. Is it the dal we use for making dosa.
Dosas look delicious

Seema said...

Rachel- Yes pretty easy!

Asha- These no fermenting dosas work great for winters :-)

Laavanya- This is a konkani version & very common in M'lore. Tomato chutney goes real well.

Sagari - Thanks - Try & see.

Deepa - Thanks

Dhivya - Thanks, try & see if u like it.

Vimmi - Thank u.

Uma - Thanks - Try & leave feedback please :-)

Easycrafts - Yes pretty instant - except for soaking time!

Happy cook - Udad Dhal - Is same dhal u use in reg dosas.

AnuZi said...

stumbled on your blog through another foodie blog and was super excited to see the words: Randap!! Hello fellow konkani foodie :o) Lovely blog and a wonderful entry chelli.

Seema said...

Anuzi - Thanks!

Roopa said...

Hi seema:) liked this urad maida dosa a lot, thanks for sharing :)

Raaga said...

your picture here:http://www.indiantastebuds.com/recipe/maida-dosa-/262/