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10 Types of Mouth-watering Dosa Recipes

Dosa is a famous south-indian dish that everybody loves. It is very healthy and full of essential nutrients which makes it an ideal meal. Here is a list of amazing recipes of preparing authentic dosas with a twist.

Neer Dosa

These white, light, lacy paper thin crepes are popular not only for the flavor but for the simple preparation and lack of fermentation.

Set Dosa

Set Dosa are very soft and spongy dosas go wonderfully with any of the other dishes or a curry.

Palak Dosa

Here is a easy recipe to make palak dosa. These palak chilla are packed with iron and fibre. A great way to start the day. Enjoy these Indian Spinach crepes with choice of suace.

Onion tomato uthappam

onion tomato uthappams, popular south indian breakfast snack. they are healthy as well as easy to make. can also be packed as tiffin snacks for kids.

Pesarattu

Pesarattu Dosa or Moong Dal Dosa is a popular breakfast recipe of Andhra Pradesh. This is a healthy & nutritious Dosa variety. Vegan as well as Gluten free. The dosa can be made with whole moong beans or spilt moong lentils which are also known as green gram in English.

Rava dosa

rava dosa is another popular south indian dosa variety. the best part of making rava dosa is that it does not require any fermentation and is very easy to make. rava stands for suji or semolina. hence this dosa is named after one of its main ingredient.

Masala Dosa

Masala Dosa is a famous recipe not only in India but abroad too. Its on the menu list of many North Indian Specialty restaurants too. Though making Masala Dosa is a long process, but its worth it.

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Ragi dosa

ragi dosa recipe - this is a quick and healthy dosa variety. ragi also known as finger millet or red millet is commonly used in the maharashtra and karnataka regions of india. in marathi it is calles as nachni. it is used to make bhakris, dosas, puddings, porridges, halvas.

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Adai

Adai

Adai, an all-time favourite south indian snack that comprises a mix of different dals with rice, this recipe elevates the protein content of your meal to great heights! dals are good and inexpensive sources of protein. Cereals and pulses lack an amino acid each; hence, the combination of rice and dals improves the protein quality of this dish.