I was leafing through my book and my eyes fell on a pristine white looking dosa called Coconut Dosa. I was intrigued and rushed ahead to read the proportions. It was with sweet stuffing and I knew there may not be any takers for this sweet type of a pancake at home. Still, I was very much keen on attempting it at least once. Then I moved on to others. Since only dosas are running around my mind off late, I happily forgot all about this Coconut Dosa and its proportions. Though every time I open my book, that picture calls out pleadingly to me!
Two days back, I was chatting with a dear friend of mine. Priya is a regular reader of this blog and in due course, we happened to chat and we hit on fast. She mentioned that she was happy reading through all the varieties of dosas and said, had she had a blog, she would’ve surely sent in something. I said she doesn’t need a blog for that and can send it to me right away. I am so glad that she did. She shared a recipe for Coconut Dosa and was hesitant as this might be known to all. I said there is nothing like a recipe being known to all. And since this is new to me, it gives me a perfect chance to try it. I said all varieties and variations are appreciated. Along with the dosa recipe, she also sent in a lovely onion chutney recipe. I made coconut dosa yesterday along with the onion chutney, it came out very well. I must say it was really so tasty. This was the first time we were having a chutney in this combination, so it made a good change.
Serve this along with Onion Chutney
Thank you Priya for your lovely recipe, we liked it a lot and will surely be making this again.