Bread Dosa ~ 101 Dosa Varieties!

I actually had a lot of plans by the time I reached 400 recipes. But things didn’t work out as I planned. I guess those things have to wait! Anyway, I am happy that my 400th recipe is all a dosa, that too a quick one! When you have extra bread on hand and not sure how to make use of it, this dosa recipe comes handy! But of course we tried with fresh ones and it was even tastier. Actually, it called for Wheat coarse grains, more like the Samba Wheat. But we thought we shall just replace it with Wheat flour to make things easier. Maybe we will with samba next time but this was yummy! Also, it’s kind of soft and not the crispy one, but with little more water and cooking on sim might get you a crispy dosa. I like my dosa in all forms. So it doesn’t really matter for me. But hubby dear likes his dosa to be crispy. So had to convince him saying its tastier as soft.

I made these only for us and kids had the regular dosas. They almost have dosas every other day. Thinking of them reminds me of Chinnu’s naughty deed the other day. They are very happy going to the school by Auto. Chinnu, though very naughty, is silent when in presence of new people. But the other day, they had a new friend to accompany them in the auto. It was a little girl, must’ve been the twins age or so. And Athamma was shocked to find Chinnu kissing her through the way. Normally he never bothers about the other kids, but not sure why he did that. It was a breaking news when we got home and Athamma was going on telling us about this. When we asked Chinnu, he was laughing and nodding his head. We are not sure if he understood what we asked, but it was fun seeing his reaction!

This recipe works out great if you have some leftover bread slices that needs to be used up as well.

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Bread Dosa
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Course Breakfast, Dinner
Cuisine Tamil Nadu
By Cook Method Stovetop
By Diet Vegetarian
Dish Type Dosa Varieties
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 2 mins for each
Passive Time 3 hrs Soaking time
Servings
Dosas
Ingredients
Course Breakfast, Dinner
Cuisine Tamil Nadu
By Cook Method Stovetop
By Diet Vegetarian
Dish Type Dosa Varieties
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 2 mins for each
Passive Time 3 hrs Soaking time
Servings
Dosas
Ingredients
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Rating: 0
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Instructions
  1. In a bowl, take all the flours and mix well with salt and soda. Heat little water and once its hot, dip the bread slices in it and add to the flours.
  2. Mix well without lumps. Add water slowly to mix everything evenly. The consistency should be a thin batter. When you take a ladle of batter and pour, it should fall freely and not be thick.
  3. Allow it to rest for 3 hrs max. Then mix once again. And heat a dosa pan or tawa.
  4. Grease some oil on the pan so that the dosa comes out well. Pour a ladle full of batter in a circle movement and spread to form a circle.
  5. If you are not getting the dosa in the regular form, pour in circular and spread to form a dosa. Sprinkle oil on top and let it get cooked in sim. Should not cover this.
  6. Serve with Coconut Chutney.
Recipe Notes

It came out very tasty, though it was soft. So this is going to be surely made again.


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27 comments

  1. hey valli cool dosa..i luv ’em crispy too..btw have u reached 101? if u have lemme know i’ll link to all your 101 dosa varities from my blog….wud luv to do that!

  2. Congratulations on your 400th post..i am barely on my 25th..phew! long way to go for me. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’ve never made dosa before. Mom used to make it when I was in India with all the soaked dals and all. But this one looks simple and tasty and easy enough for a novice like me to make ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. 400 posts is definitely a huge achievement Srivalli. Congrats. Bread dosa is so different – nice to know we get soft dosas. I must try that.
    It was so sweet to read about Chinnu.

  4. I always have leftover bread and never know what to do with it…this is a great idea!
    My father keeps talking of bread dosa but i never found a recipe. I will try your recipe as soon as i get some bread ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. dosa looks yummy. i have jsut finished writting a post on south indian food. it would be great if u could go thru my blog, and send me some yummy recipes that u have made, which are authentic, i will update my blog with them. if u have recipes of the items i have mentioned it would be nice.
    thanx

  6. Srivalli,

    This is my first visit to your blog and I love it. I really love Indian food and I am glad you are blogging about this wonderful cuisine. I’ll be back simply so I can learn how to do some of this!

    –Marc

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