Monday, June 8, 2009

Go Green Dosa!


I love colors in my food. It makes me eager to munch. :) If those colors are not just colors but nutritious ingredients!!, what else could be as interesting as this. :)


Ingredients:

Dosa batter - 1 cup
Drumstick greens(Murunga Keerai) - 1 cup

Green chillies - 3
Garlic - 6 pods
Salt - for taste


Method:

Grind drumstick leaves, green chillies and garlic together finely. Now mix this with the dosa batter and add a little salt to it. Now makes dosas as usual with this batter. Green dosa is ready to eat :)

This goes well with coconut chutney. Healthy eating :)



Written by: Nithya
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18 comments:

Parita said...

Drumsticks green dosa looks delicious..healthier way to make kids eat greens :) and of course ourselves too :)

Sandhya said...

Is this a different variant of pesaret aka Moong-dal dosa??
Looks yum!!

Vani said...

Nice way to up the nutrition

Renu said...

its different and looks Yumm!!! a good way of getting greens !

Ashwini said...

drumstick green dosa is my fav... mu mom used to mix leaves with dosa batter.. i luv the flavour..

Mangala Bhat said...

wow little diffrent dosa ...:) healthy :)

Chef Jeena said...

Great dosa I love the green colour.

Priya said...

Wat a delicious way to make out dosas with drumstick leaves...too good and healty Nithya!

Pavithra said...

MMm what to do ???. This is my fav.. too no way. Feel like eating seeing this dosa and mudakattan leaves dosa too.

Rush said...

never tried dosa this way..thnks for enligtening :)

sreekanth said...

green dosa i tried was really gud than i expected, thanks nithya

kittymatti said...

super idea! It hass come out well:)

Divya Rao said...

This is interesting Nithya! I'm sure it tastes great. We don't get murangaka keera here :( would've tried it otherwise...

Prathibha said...

Nice and healthy dosa..

Sowmya said...

HoooHooo...nice color :) Ofcourse if color is good it invites us to eat more :)

We make Adai with Drumstick greens, never tried dosa. It looks just like Pesarattu.

Do try Pesarattu (if u need recipe u can check out http://visitmykitchen.blogspot.com/2009/02/pesarattu-moong-dal-dosa.html)

Its fully moong dal, so packed with protiens :)

Anisheetu said...

Ur blog is really very nice... and all recipes are great.. wonderful clicks...

Vij said...

Hi ya
This is my first time here. U have a nice space.

Nice post! great idea girl.

Sweta said...

Never tried this dosa-sounds great!!

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