MYSORE MASALA DOSA


I tasted this for the first time in Coimbatore.It

tasted good and very much different from the

regular masala dosai with the yellow potato

filling .

This masala had the colour from the beetroot

included .The addition of vegetables is different

and the application of iddli podi with the

masala gives you an awesome taste. I have

added beaten egg for my version .

Non vegans will love with the egg.Vegans

please opt out the egg.

To the recipe now ( I will be giving the recipe

for the filling only )

INGREDIENTS

1-2 potatoes peeled and cut

1 drumstick cut

1 carrot chopped

1 small beetroot peeled and cut

1 big onion chopped

1 tomato

2-3 green chillies

1 tsp ginger- garlic paste

1 tsp chilli powder

1/4 tsp garam masala powder

1/2 tsp saunf

Coriander leaves for garnishing

1 tblsp ghee

Salt to taste.

1 tsp gram flour mixed in a little water.

METHOD

Heat the ghee in a pressure pan .Add saunf and

onions with salt and sauté till translucent.

Add the tomato and the rest of the ingredients

except gram flour and coriander leaves.

Mix well and cook for 5 minutes in its juices.

Add just 1/2 cup water and pressure cook for 2

whistles, till potato is cooked.

Allow steam to release on its own .

Add the gram flour and cook further till it

well corporates and thick .Garnish with

coriander leaves.

Prepare Dosa crisp ,add beaten egg and remove

from fire.

Smear a little ghee and iddli podi , add 2 tblsp

of the vegetable mixture .

Turn one side of the dosa to cover.

Serve with coconut chutney !

For the dosa batter ( same as iddli with a little addition of water) . Here’s the link to it

https://calinskitchen.com/2014/10/10/iddlis-south-indian-food/

For iddli podi link

https://calinskitchen.com/2017/04/12/iddli-podi-3-types/

HORSE GRAM IDDLI


Horse gram or Kollu (Tamil) is a lentil with the

highest form of protein,calcium, iron …,,,,,

Power packed promoting heat and energy, in

your body keeping you vibrant and energetic .

Used as feed, for horses and cattle stock has fat

attacking properties,thus considered good for

Obesity.Insulin level regulator,and many more

to find if you hit the search button.

As ,it provides heat to the body, it is good for

colds and coughs.Due to its heat inducing

properties ,you should either stabilise by other

cooling agents .Sprouted horse gram is good to

be included in salads too. There are many ways

you could include this humble lentil.

Soups,rasam, dosas , chappathi……to add to

the list today my recipe is for kollu iddli.

This is made with the basic iddli mix and pre-

soaked ground gram.

It’s easy to make varieties of iddli and dosa if

you have basic iddli mix always in your fridge .

So without the hassle of soaking for each

variety this is an easy way of having different

iddlis on your table.

INGREDIENTS

Half cup horse gram soaked overnight

3-4 cups of iddli batter

salt to taste

A pinch of baking soda

METHOD

Wash and grind the kollu to a paste .

Add to the batter with salt and a pinch of

baking soda.Mix well and set aside for 10

minutes.

Pour into iddli moulds and steam till done.

Serve with chutneys of your choice.

You could make dosas from the same batter

MOONG-PALAK DOSAI


This is made from a mixture of iddli batter,

ground green gram,and spinach leaves.

Soft,tasty and healthy breakfast rich in protein!

To the green,green recipe now!

INGREDIENTS

1-2 cups iddli batter

1/2 cup green gram soaked for 10 minutes

A handful of Palak/spinach leaves

1/2 tsp cummin seed powder

2 green chillies

A small piece ginger( optional)

Salt to taste

METHOD

Grind the soaked green gram,green chillies,ginger

Spinach to a paste ,and mix into the iddli batter.

Mix well and pour into dosas.

Serve with chutneys of your choice!

If you prefer you could add onions and make dosa