Friday, September 23, 2016

Wheat - Rava Sweet Dosa

Wheat -Rava Sweet Dosa is a healthy dosa, It can be prepared for breakfast or as evening snack. It is easy to prepare. Just a twist and quick dish that can serve a purpose in a healthy way.
I Have used Wheat (Ashrivad) - Rava (Semolina ), Banana and a little jaggery.

Lets see some benefits of eating jaggery in our diet.
Jaggery is a rich source of iron and eating jaggery helps in healthy manner. It is filled with carbohydrates and provide energy in a quick manner to our body. You must have seen that people drink plain water with piece/little jaggery and water. It not only cools our body, it does provide energy quickly. It is good for people who suffer from anemia and constipation. It cleanses our liver, Eating jaggery helps to increase immunity. It is said that jaggery releases the happy hormones and helps moody people. (Changes the mood). It helps to relax the body and makes one feel good.
Lets see the recipe Now :

Things Needed :

Wheat flour : 2 Cups
Rava/Semolina : 1 Cup
Bananas : 2 (Elakki)
Milk : 1/2 Cup (Boiled milk)
Jaggery : 2 To 3 Tablespoons
Salt : A pinch
Coconut : 2 Tablespoons
Ghee Or Oil : As required

Method :

1. Take a big bowl and add wheat flour, rava, salt and mix it well.
2. Mash banana, jaggery. with milk and put it to the wheat mixture. Mix it well.

3. Add water and prepare dough. It should be bit thicker than dosa dough.
4. Let all the ingredients mix it well.  Leave it for 5 minutes. Add coconut
5. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Add little oil on the tava/Dosa pan.

6. Clean it with a tissure/clean towel or with spatula . (mogache kai - Tool to remove dosa).
7. Take a ladleful of wheat banana dosa mixture and put it on the hot tava. Spread it slowly.

8. Sprinkle oil on the top of dosa. Cover and cook for a minute.
9. Turn the other side and cook for  10 seconds.

10. Wheat -Rava  sweet dosa is ready to serve. Serve with ghee and pickle or any side dish you have prepared.

Note :

Mix all the ingredients well. Add required water. No need to add any cooking soda or bakeing powder. Spread it slowly and let the flame be low while spreading the dough. (or it might stick to the spoon you are using).  Use of oil or ghee is optional. Adding coconut is optional. Do not spread it much. It might tare...
Time : 30 Minutes
Serves : 3 to 4  


  1. I know sweet chapati but this sweet dosa also sounds good