Make a Delicious Dosa in the House

Make a Delicious Dosa in the House

Make a Delicious Dosa in the House
Dosha, photo collected.

Dosa is one of the most popular foods in South India. And this Dosha is eaten with various types of cotton and bhuna. However, Dosa is also quite popular in Bangladesh. Many people like to eat dosa But Dausa, but most of the time we eat at the restaurant. However, if you want, you can create delicious dosa in the house.


Let's learn how to make delicious dosa.

Materials

3 cups semi-boiled polao rice, 1 cup pulses, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon sugar.

Method

Keep rice and pulse for 6 hours. Refresh the rice and pulses, bathe them or blend them with the blender. Add salt, sugar, and water to the mixture and slice it for 6-7 hours at normal temperature.

Heat oil in a non-stick container and heat it. When the oil becomes hot, pour a tablespoon of dosa in the bowl and spread it with a thin and round spoon around the pot. If the lower part of the dosa is turned brown in brown, then it should be understood that if the edges come up. Carefully be careful when picking up. If you want to roll it or you can keep it straight.

Before mixing the dough in each container, brush the oil with the cloth and brush it. Otherwise, the data will be stuck and the tear will be torn. Serve hot gourd with a pulse, brinjal, tamarind or olive gram, coconut sweet chutney, Amar recipe or yogurt.
Dosa is one of the most popular foods in South India. And this Dosha is eaten with various types of cotton and bhuna. However, Dosa is also quite popular in Bangladesh. Many people like to eat dosa But Dausa, but most of the time we eat at the restaurant. However, if you want, you can create delicious dosa in the house.

Let's learn how to make delicious dosa.

Materials

3 cups semi-boiled polao rice, 1 cup pulses, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon sugar.

Method

Keep rice and pulse for 6 hours. Refresh the rice and pulses, bathe them or blend them with the blender. Add salt, sugar, and water to the mixture and slice it for 6-7 hours at normal temperature.

Heat oil in a non-stick container and heat it. When the oil becomes hot, pour a tablespoon of dosa in the bowl and spread it with a thin and round spoon around the pot. If the lower part of the dosa is turned brown in brown, then it should be understood that if the edges come up. Carefully be careful when picking up. If you want to roll it or you can keep it straight.

Before mixing the dough in each container, brush the oil with the cloth and brush it. Otherwise, the data will be stuck and the tear will be torn. Serve hot gourd with the pulse, brinjal, tamarind or olive gram, coconut sweet chutney, Amar recipe or yogurt.

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