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Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe

Restaurant-style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe | How to make Crispy Dosa | Simple Dosa Recipe

Restaurant style Plain Dosa is a simple, popular, and easy-to-make South Indian Breakfast Recipe that you can prepare for your loved ones in breakfast, lunch, or dinner. That is best served with Hot and tangy sambhar and different types of Coconut Chutneys.

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Paper Dosa Recipe | Plain Dosa Recipe | How to make Crispy Dosa | Simple Dosa Recipe | Crispy Plain Dosa recipe with step by step photos and Video Recipe:

Restaurant-style Paper Dosa is made with a combination of raw rice, urad lentil (dal), chana dal, fenugreek seeds (methi seeds), and water which is ground into a smooth paste. While you are preparing the Dosa Batter, make sure that you give enough time for its fermentation.

A dosa is a thin pancake or crepe originating from South India, made from a fermented batter consisting of raw lentils and rice. A well-fermented dosa batter dishes out amazing crispy dosas.

You can pack these paper dosas in a lunchbox for your kids and they will definitely love it. It tastes amazing when paired with different types of South Indian chutneys.


Dosas have a lot of varieties likewise Paper Dosa, Masala Dosa, Beetroot Dosa, Spring Roll Dosa, Pav Bhaji Dosa, Set Dosa, Mysore Masala Dosa, Bun Dosa, etc. where Paper Dosa is the simplest of all. It is the most basic and easy one which can be made with few ingredients which are mostly available in every kitchen.

Dosas themselves are light on the stomach and tasty as well. Plain Dosai is a healthy and simple main dish. You can cook this Paper Dosai recipe for your family, relatives, and friends on occasions like potlucks, game nights, parties, and kitty parties. I am sure your guests will love it for sure!

Difference Between Plain Dosa and Paper Dosa: Both the dosas, i.e. Plain Dosas and the Paper Dosas are made from exactly the same batter. The only difference is in between the consistency of the dosa batter, which is thinner for the paper dosa, to attain the said ‘paper’ effect.

MAKING YOUR SOUTH INDIAN BREAKFAST EASY: In many houses for working moms, this Dosa batter is prepared once a week and can use this dosa batter for making the different types of dosa, idli, appam, etc whenever you want to eat south Indian dishes.

Try out this easy-to-make step-by-step recipe with the video that is best served with Hot and tangy sambhar and different types of Coconut Chutney.

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Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe

Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe | How to make Crispy Dosa | Simple Dosa Recipe

Restaurant-style Plain Dosa is a simple, popular, and easy-to-make South Indian Breakfast Recipe that you can prepare for your loved ones in breakfast, lunch, or dinner. That is best served with Hot and tangy sambhar and different types of Coconut Chutneys.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine South Indian
Servings 5
Calories 116 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • Rice – 3 Cup
  • Split Urad Lentil – 1 Cup
  • Chana Lentil (Dal) – 2 Tbsp
  • Fenugreek Seeds (Meethi Dana) – 1 Tsp
  • Thin Poha / Beaten Rice – ½ Cup
  • Salt – as per your taste
  • Water – as per required
  • Oil – 4 tbsp

Instructions
 

  • Firstly prepare the perfect dosa batter from this easy and simple step-by-step Batter Recipe for Dosa. (Click here for Perfect Dosa Batter Recipe).
  • Add 1 tsp salt into the batter and mix well.
  • Heat a dosa Tawa on high flame.
  • To check if tawa is hot enough, sprinkle or spray some water on the dosa tawa, the water should sizzle away and evaporate immediately.
  • Further, Clean the tawa with a cotton cloth. (Refer to the video for the method.)
  • When the dosa tawa is hot enough pour a ladle of batter in the center of the hot tawa.
  • Immediately begin to spread the dosa batter from the center moving your hand in the circular motion (clockwise or anticlockwise direction) and making circles until you reach the edges i.e. spread it like regular dosa. (Refer to the video for the method.)
  • Try to spread it as thin as possible.
  • You can make thin or thick dosas with this batter as per your choice.
  • Now drizzle some oil around the edges and also in the center.
  • Let the dosa cook for few minutes until the bottom of the dosa starts appearing golden brown.
  • Tip for Crispy Dosa: You need to cook only one side of the dosa, this will make the dosa very crispy.
  • Further, Scrape the sides of the dosa to release it from the pan and fold as per pic.
  • Now transfer the crispy plain dosa to a plate.
  • Immediately Serve the crispy and yummy Plain Dosai or Paper Dosa in Tamil style with hot and tangy Sambar, Coconut Chutneys.

Notes

To ferment in colder regions, preheat the oven at the lowest setting (140 F) for 5 minutes or preheat the microwave at the lowest setting for 30 seconds. Turn off the oven or microwave and keep the dosa batter inside with the oven/microwave light ON.

Step by Step Recipe with Photos

How to make crispy dosa | Quick Dosa Recipe | simple dosa recipe | Plain Dosai Recipe with step by step photos:

Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe
  • Add 1 tsp salt into the batter and mix well.
Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe
  • Heat a dosa Tawa on high flame.
Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe
  • To check if tawa is hot enough, sprinkle or spray some water on the dosa tawa, the water should sizzle away and evaporate immediately.
  • When the dosa tawa is hot enough pour a ladle of batter in the center of the hot tawa.
Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe
  • Immediately begin to spread the dosa batter from the center moving your hand in the circular motion (clockwise or anticlockwise direction) and making circles until you reach the edges i.e. spread it like regular dosa. (Refer to the video for the method.)
  • Try to spread it as thin as possible.
  • You can make thin or thick dosas with this batter as per your choice.
  • Now drizzle some oil around the edges and also in the center.
Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe
  • Let the dosa cook for few minutes until the bottom of the dosa starts appearing golden brown.
  • Tip for Crispy Dosa: You need to cook only one side of the dosa, this will make the dosa very crispy.
  • Further, Scrape the sides of the dosa to release it from the pan and fold as per pic.
Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe
  • Now transfer the crispy plain dosa to a plate.
  • Immediately Serve the crispy and yummy Plain Dosai or Paper Dosa in Tamil style with hot and tangy Sambar, Coconut Chutneys.
Restaurant style Plain Dosa Recipe | Paper Dosa Recipe

Note

To ferment in colder regions, preheat the oven at the lowest setting (140 F) for 5 minutes or preheat the microwave at the lowest setting for 30 seconds. Turn off the oven or microwave and keep the dosa batter inside with the oven/microwave light ON.

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