Nov 18, 2016

Instant Brown Rice Dosa ~ Instant Indian Breakfast

These days quick 1 min video recipes are everywhere and they catch your eye easily, especially when they pop up on your facebook. One day I couldn't take off my eye from this instant dosa recipe made with leftover rice from Hebbar's Kitchen that popped up while I was on facebook. I have followed the exact recipe but replaced cooked white rice with cooked brown rice, Dosas turned out so crispy, kids and hubby loved it. When Dosa are hot from the griddle they are crisp, once they cooled off they are super soft and very tasty. After this experiment I am cooking brown rice a lot just to make this Dosa......, That's how much superb these Dosas are! Despite of healthy, 'Instant' is the part where I fall for this Dosa recipe! These Dosas are happening a lot in my kitchen at least once a week and definitely hands down and keeper recipe! Here is the recipe, Njoy!

Cooked Brown Rice - 1 cup
Wheat flour - 1/2 cup
Rice Flour - 1 cup
Curd - 1/4 cup
Salt -  1/2 tsp
Baking soda - 1/2 tsp
Water - 1 1/2 cup ( adjust as needed)
Oil - for making dosa

  1. In a blender jar take Cooked Brown Rice, Wheat flour and Rice Flour, add 1 cup water. Blend until everything is combined and becomes smooth. ( i have used my indian mixie for grinding)
  2. Add curd and remaining water and blend one more time until you get smooth consistency.
  3. Transfer this batter to a wide bowl. Add salt and baking soda and combine everything well.
  4. If you need add 2 to 3 Tbsp water as need to make the batter runny or to get until typical dosa batter consistency. Leave this aside fro 15 min for the batter to ferment little bit.
  5. Heat Tawa or griddle, one it is hot, pour ladleful of dosa on tawa and spread it evenly in circular motion. after 1 min drizzle oil around dosa.
  6. When Dosa starts leaving the tawa, flip to other side and let it cook for 30 sec. Now again flip and fold to half or roll, transfer to serving plate.
  7. Serve these Dosa hot with Coconut or Peanut or Ginger Chutney.

  • In this recipe sour curd is preferred as it aids in quick fermentation and to get crisp texture for your dosa.
  • Baking soda also helps in fermentation and will give nice texture to your dosa, if you are not inclined to it, you can totally skip it. 
  • If you don't have brown rice, you can use regular cooked white rice. 

RELATED Recipes:

Instant Rava Idli

Instant Oats Dosa

Instant Tomato Rava Dosa

Instant Sambar pairs well for this Dosa.

Will be back with another quick and instant recipe,
take care until then

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