Monday, July 13, 2009

Sago Dosa


Do you want your dosa to be white, yet paper roast and spicy???? Then say SAGO DOSA :)

If you are bored with all the typical varieties of dosa, then you need to go for a change, try this simple one.

Ingredients:

Sago(Javarisi) - 1/2 cup
Raw rice - 1 cup
Par-boiled rice - 1 cup
Green chilly - 1

Coriander leaves
Curry leaves
Salt - for taste




Method:

Soak sago, raw rice and par boiled rice together in water for 6 hours minimum. Leaving it over night gives the best result. Now grind it into a smooth paste. The batter should be in the consistency of rava dosa batter(watery). Add chopped chilly, coriander leaves, curry leaves and salt to it and mix well.

Now heat the skillet and pour a ladle full of batter starting from the edges in a circular way. Since the batter is loose it will automatically fill the middle portion. Add a spoon of oil to roast it. Turn the dosa and roast it on the other side too.

Sago dosa is ready to eat. :)

Serve it hot with chutney and idly chilly powder(Idly molagapodi) :)

Note: Eat these dosas hot. It will harden when it cools down.



Written by: Nithya
post your queries to fourthsensesamayal@gmail.com

27 comments:

Prathibha said...

Hmmmm...I loved your tree structured dosa with leaves structured chutney..ha ha..
U sisters share very nice ideas with us....keep going gal..
and BTW nice dosas n chutnies

Valarmathi said...

Looks so crispy and yummy. Cute presentation.

Preeti Singh said...

looks so tempting dear.... very nice presentation....

Parita said...

A new variety of dosa to me, never heard dosa with sago before, lovely my dear, u always come up with new and innovative recipes :)

Rekha shoban said...

Nice presentation and looks crispy.

Shama Nagarajan said...

new dosa...nice presentation...looks crispy

Sandhya said...

Nithi!! Yummy :P Cute presentation di...

Padma said...

Sago dosa looks very crispy and yummy Nithya and also loved your plaintain leaf like plate .... thanks for sending it to my dosa event dear :)

doggybloggy said...

It appears that the dosa possibilities are limitless....nice job!

Sailaja said...

nice click....

Shri said...

It looks so good!you can see the crispy textire of the Dosa in the pic..

Ann said...

Sago Dosa I havent tried yet..crispy and yummy..But those chutneys make me drool !!

Vidya said...

Interesting and creative presentation. Sago dosa is new to me. Would love to try it.
First time here. You have a nice collection of recipes.

Ann said...

Sago dosa sounds interesting with this cute presentation

Anuradha said...

Very creative presentation. Sago dosa is my all time favourite!!! YummmmmmmmmmmmY........

Priya said...

loved it!!u are so creative girl!

Bhawna said...

Kind of new dosa for me, I'm sure it must be crisp and delicious. Thank u for sharing

rekhas kitchen said...

Nice recipe I too make Sago dosas but with little difference great presentation.

Rush said...

do u have the recipe for the red chutney?

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! new recipe ..lovely.. have book marked ..I love ur presentation ..keep rocking ..i liked that triangle shaped bowl there ..:).

Sarah Naveen said...

Wow!!! Fabulous!! recipe is kind a new to me!!!

Ramya said...

First time here..Love u'r blog..All pics are creative..Sago dosa looks lacy and cripsy..

Nithya said...

Thanks to all. :) Your comments refresh me a lot.

Rush: That was simply idly chilly powder that I had kept along.

I shall post the recipe for red chutney soon and let you know too. :) Keep visiting.

K said...

sago dosa is new to me and ofcourse a welcome change from usual dosas!looks great!

Justin said...

you make dosa at home?! that's something i've never tried.

Usha said...

Looks delicious, I love sago dosai and made one version myself that is posted in my site. I am looking forward to trying your version sometime!

Judy said...

I have no clue, but I can't wait to find out.

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