Thursday, March 6, 2008

Spicy Sour Dosa (Uppu Huli Dose-Ramya)


Do you love - Neer Dosa (Kannada) or Pannpolo (Konkani) ? Then this spicy sour version is just right for you! Going through her blog, I came across the sweet tit-bits between her in-laws and thought that she is as blessed as me in respect of in-laws, Ramya, came up with this delicious post HERE at Mane Adige. Beautifuuuuul blog with Manglore/Banglore dishes!!

I had to prepare this ASAP, took snaps, but later saw a RED disclaimer,I promptly checked with her and she gladly permitted me to blog over it! THANKS RAMYA.




The recipe is a sure keeper with the measure below the yield was 17 delcious dosas,hubs raised eyebrows in appreciation..mmmmm and kids went aaa aaa..gimme more!!! I loved it absolutely!





Ingredients :
2 cups raw rice*
3 red chillies **
1/2 cup coconut grated (i used dessicated)
tamarind (marble sized)
2 tsp coriander seeds
2 tsp cumin seeds
1 tbspn grated ginger
Salt


Method :
Soak rice for 4-5 hours in normal water (use warm water for less soaking time).
Lightly toast the red chillies,cumin,coriander in few drops of oil. Grind the rice and coconut to a fine paste, then add the tamarind, toasted spices and grind till combined well. Add salt and pulse for a minute.


Take the batter in a big vessel, add water to make the consistency similar to milk.






Heat tava, brush a few drops of oil and on a medium flame, pour the batter and holding the tava with a handle and move in circular motion till the batter spreads evenly, cover and cook for a minute or two, uncover the lid, fold first to a semi-circle and fold further to a conical look or halve the fold again!

You are done, serve as is, as the spicy-sour dosa can be eaten by itself or serve with chutney of your choice.

* The rice has to be non-basmati, non-dosa rice. My mom soaks for one hour for pan-polo, hence here I soaked rice for 1 hour in warm water. I have used Ponni rice.
**Use more red chillies for more spice level, I keep it low for my two kids.





I served these beautiful peach laces, crisp at centre and silky on the edges with my mom's style peach colored coconut chutney! Chutney :
Ingredients :

1/2 cup coconut , 2-3 byadgi chillies, 1 tbpsn dalia/ chana daal, pinch hing, salt, seasoning - rai, curry leaves, cooking oil


Method :
In a few drops of oil, toast - chana daal, till light brown and aromatic, add the chillies till glossy, lastly put off the low flame and add the hing, let cool.
Grind the coconut, chana daal-red chillies to a chutney consistency, add salt.
Season with a tsp of cooking oil-splutter rai, put off flame add curry leaves, pour on the chutney. Serve with dosas!!

Mmmmmm...its great combo,filling breakfast!! Try it to know it!!



27 comments:

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

oh wow!! Your dosas look gr8!!! Happy that you liked them :)

Asha said...

Both look absolutely delicious, I will try for sure. Love the chutney too but don't have byadgi chillies thoough!:)

TBC said...

How nice! No fermentation either!:-)
Your dosas look really good.

Seema said...

These look great. Saw it on Ramyas blog - Her In-laws side speciality. Looks great, must try!

Meera said...

Looks delicious! I didn't know about this spicy version of neer dosa/paan pollo. Peach colored chutney looks yum too. Thanks to you and Ramya both. lovely recipe!

Sagari said...

nice dosas

Dhivya said...

wow!great recipe...will try them for sure...i love to try easy and delicious recipes..

vandana rajesh said...

yummy looking dosas. My husband is a total dosa fan. Would definitely try ur recipe.
Would like to add you to my fav blogs. There is recipe exchange mail that has come in would like to forward it to you. Please do send me ur email id at
vandanarajesh2@gmail.com

Maya said...

Wow, never had this before..Looks great Purnima, will have to try sometime, maybe this weeknd :)..

Passionate baker...& beyond said...

Looks really delicious Purnima...am glad you even mentioned how many you got out of the batter. Makes it so much easier to plan. Yr mom's chutney looks finger-licking good too. YUM YUM!

Vanamala said...

Looks gr8!!!

Happy cook said...

Delicious dosa.

Lavi said...

wow good looking dosas..how much variety of dosa recipe's you have with u purnima??

sandhya said...

Nice dosas...so easy to make... i will surely try these..

Uma said...

The dosas look so yummy!

Sagari said...

gonna try these soonnn looks delecious

DEEPA said...

wow!!another type of dosa .....awesome one !!!

niya said...

Hi Purnima,

Happy International Women's Day

Cheers

Niya

zlamushka said...

Hi Purnima,

A while ago, you wrote on my Soy Milk post wondering how to reduce that beany taste of fresh raw soy milk. I have now received a really valuable suggestion from one of my readers saying:

In order to reduce the beany taste, blanch the soaked soybeans twice with a little baking soda. Blanching kills the enzyme that normally produces the beany taste after the beans are ground.

PLease try and let me know if it works. I shall try this method myself as well. Hope it works and your son enjoys superb chocolate soy milk every day :-)

Homecooked said...

The dosas look great!!!! Great pics too.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks yummy Purnima!Would like to have some!

Pooja said...

Such a wonderful color of Dosa.
i never had this kinda dosa, will surely try it soon.

Purnima said...

Ramya thanks for sharing such a hit recipe! Pls thanks your MIL also on our bhalf!
Dear Ladies, thanks for your lovely words of encouragement! May the dosas keep coming!! :D

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Purnima
The dosa looks great..the right texture, the correct transparency and right colour..great post and job done right !

Purnima said...

Soni --> tks!

Bharathy said...

Why dont you send the yummy yum Uppu huli and Aval dosas to Srvalli for her dosa mela event,Purnima!..Love the dosas here!:)

Andhra Flavors said...

your dosa looks crispy!! i will this.