Thursday, April 30, 2015

Bread - Red Rice Dosa

Bread Red rice dosa is a simple dosa and we can have them for breakfast, or as evening snack or for dinner too. It is soft and fluffy. Just thought of using bread instead of yeast and it turned so soft and we all enjoyed Bread Dosa for our morning break fast. Preparing some thing little different is good option. I have used red raw rice instead of white raw rice - Urid dal and wheat bread instead of Awalakki .(beaten rice).
Soft dosas will be liked by all the age group and the whole family. It can be thin or fluffy. it does not turn crispy since bread is used.


Things needed  :

 Raw Red rice :  2 cups\
Urid dal : 1/2 Cup
Brown bread : 4 to 5 slices
Salt : as required
Water : as required
Oil : 2 Table spoons


Method :

1. Wash and soak rice, dal together for 3 to 4 hours.
2. Grind it nicely into thin paste, using little by little water.
3. Add bread pieces and grind it at the last few minutes.
4. Remove from the jar and put it in a bowl.
5. Add salt and allow it to ferment. (It should ferment well).
6. Keep a dosa pan on the fire and heat. Sprinkle oil on the pan and put a spoon full of dough and spread it in circle form.

7. Cover and cook dosa for 1 minute and turn the other side to cook. (10 to 20 seconds on the other side).
8. Remove dosa from dosa pan and serve with the side dish you prepared.
9. Repeat the same with rest of the dough.
10. We had Bread Red rice dosa with raw jack curry.
Note: The dough should not too thick or thin. It should ferment well to get good result. Dosas will be little dull and brown because of using red rice and brown bread. We can prepare onion dosas with the same dough. Adding ghee instead of oil is optional.
Time : 20 minutes + Soaking 4 hours. Fermenting : over night
Serves : 4 to 5.   

3 comments:

  1. Thank You Kalpana Solsi...try it out and let me know the result please...

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  2. love the color on the dosa.. delicious!!

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