Set Dosa

Sat, 19 Mar 2011 04:07:00 +0000
All you need Set Dosa Batter Scooping Ladle Iron griddle Dosa turner Method Heat an iron griddle on medium flame until hot. Reduce heat to low, sprinkle little water, pour a (medium sized) ladle full of batter, spread it to a small, thick circle similar to that of an Uthappam. Drizzle few drops of oil on the inner side & along the edges. Let the dosa cook on medium heat for about 2 min. Flip dosa and let it cook for another min or two on medium flame. Repeat method until all dosas are done. Serve hot with sambhar & chutney, potato kurma or any other side dish of your choice.Your spongy, fluffy & soft set dosas are now ready! Enjoy the feast!!
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