Wheat Flour Dosa | Godhuma Dosa

Godhuma Dosa | Wheat Flour Dosa

Godhuma Dosa or Wheat Flour Dosa is a crispy, lacy instant dosa that needs no grinding or fermenting.

Best served with Senaga Pindi Pachadi, this dosa is a family favourite.

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Paruppu Adai, a mixed dal dosa from Tamil Nadu, served with butter and jaggery

Paruppu Adai (Mixed Dal Dosa from Tamil Nadu)

Paruppu Adai is a traditional dosa made in Tamil Nadu with Chana Dal and Tuvar Dal as its primary ingredients.

This protein-rich dosa is typically served with butter, jaggery and even Avial.

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Sanna Polo | Spicy Dosa from Konkani Cuisine

Sanna Polo: Crisp, Spicy Dosa from GSB Cuisine | Recipe by Anupama Michael

When Anupama messaged me the other day to ask if I have tried Sanna Polo, I knew I was about to receive yet another wonderful recipe from her. And what a find this traditional Konkani dosa has been; it was crisp, it was spicy, and just the perfect accompaniment to

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Surnoli | Konkani Sweet Dosa

Surnoli | A Sweet Dosa from Saraswat Cuisine

Surnoli is a wonderful light-on-the-stomach sweet dosa made with rice, coconut and jaggery. From what I have read on the Internet, it is a part of the Saraswat cuisine and is quite a popular breakfast in Goa, Mangalore and other such regions where there is  a concentration of Saraswat Brahmins. What

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Andhra Pesarattu served with Upma

Pesarattu | Whole Moong Dal Dosa from Andhra Pradesh

Pesarattu is an all-time favourite in most homes in Andhra Pradesh; it is certainly a favourite in my home where we make it once a week. This is a dosa made with Whole Moong Dal and so in protein-rich and very nutritious. In Andhra Pradesh, Pesarattu is typically served  with

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Restaurant Style Crispy Sada Dosa

Restaurant Style Crispy Sada Dosa – Guest Post by Anupama Michael

I learnt to make this Crispy Restaurant Style Sada Dosa from Anupama Michael, my friend from school days. Actually, I have used this recipe for this dosa before when I made Mysore Masala Dosa. However, I realised just the recipe for this Sada Dosa deserves a post by itself. This is because

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