4 DELICIOUS VEG DOSAS WITH SAMBHAR, CHUTNEY AND MASALA RECIPE

4 delicious veg dosa with sambhar, chutney and masala Recipe:

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS, traditionally a variety of Dosas are prepared across South India. This recipe includes quick preparation, elaborate preparation, nutritious preparation and modified preparation. You can keep the size of dosa helpings small so that everyone can enjoy the full variety. Enjoy wonderful dosas with quick sambhar preparation, multiple masala/filling, and multiple chutney. Today we are going to prepare a full spectrum:
Accompaniment 1: Sambhar
Filling 1: Masala
Filling 2: Paneer Masala
Accompaniment 2: Coconut Chutney
Accompaniment 3: Garlic Chutney
Dosa 1: Green Dal Dosa (Pesarattu)
Dosa 2: Plain Dosa
Dosa 3: Quick Dosa
Dosa 4: Rava Dosa

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS has a good variety of dosas along with the recipes of sambhar and chutney. Here is a full spectrum – A MUST TRY!

       

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS has a good variety of dosas along with the recipes of sambhar and chutney. Here is a full spectrum – A MUST TRY!

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS, traditionally a variety of Dosas are prepared across South India. This recipe includes quick preparation, elaborate preparation, nutritious preparation and modified preparation. You can keep the size of dosa helpings small so that everyone can enjoy the full variety. Enjoy wonderful dosas with quick sambhar preparation, multiple masala/filling, and multiple chutney. Today we are going to prepare a full spectrum:
Accompaniment 1: Sambhar
Filling 1: Masala
Filling 2: Paneer Masala
Accompaniment 2: Coconut Chutney
Accompaniment 3: Garlic Chutney
Dosa 1: Green Dal Dosa (Pesarattu)
Dosa 2: Plain Dosa
Dosa 3: Quick Dosa
Dosa 4: Rava Dosa

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS has a good variety of dosas along with the recipes of sambhar and chutney. Here is a full spectrum – A MUST TRY!

Sambhar Recipe
About Sambhar Recipe:
Dosa recipes with accompaniments like Sambhar is part and parcel of Dasa Recipe. This mouth watering recipe is a quick version of traditional preparation. Enjoy this wonderful sambhar with various dosas.
Ingredients:
1/2 cup toor lentil (arhar dal)
1 onion, finely chopped
One cup pumpkin, cubed
2 lady finger, thinly sliced
1 carrot, thinly sliced
One small brinjal, thinly sliced
2 green chilli, to taste
Salt to taste
1 tablespoon oil

To Garnish
2 teaspoon mustard seeds
1 teaspoon cumin seeds
One tablespoon tamarind
4 dried red chilli, whole
10 curry leaves
3 tablespoon sambhar powder
1 teaspoon oil

Method:
Heat oil in a pressure cooker and add onions.
Saute onions till they become pink.
Add other vegetables and lentils and saute for 3 minutes.
Add 3 cups water and close the lid.
Turnoff the heat after 3-4 whistles.
On the side, make the content to garnish
Take a pan and heat oil
Add musturd seeds, cumin seeds, red chilli, curry leaves, and sambhar powder. Cook for 2-3 minutes
Mix tamarind to ½ cup water and mix them well.
Add tamarind water to the pan.
Add contents of pressure cooker the pan and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
Serve with your favorite dish.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time:  15 min
Total Time:  25 min

Dosa Masala
Masala Dosa is popular and sumptuous delicacy of South India. It takes many forms and shapes. “Dosa Masala” or the filling is integrated part of Dosas. You can add fried or roasted dry fruits like cashews, almonds and walnut to this recipe for nutrition and richness. You can also add red chillis to the recipe as per your taste.
Ingredients:
4 potato, boiled, peeled, crushed
1 onion, chopped
3 teaspoon curry masala
1 teaspoon ginger, finely chopped
2 teaspoon mustard seeds
1 teaspoon cumin seeds
2 teaspoon green chilli, finely sliced, to taste
1 tablespoon oil
Salt to taste
Method:
1. Heat the oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and cumin seeds.
2. Add onion, ginger & chillies. Cook until it turn golden brown.
3. Mix salt and curry powder.
4. Mix crushed potatoes and remove from heat.
5. Use as filling for Masala Dosa.
6. Serve with suitable chutney.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time:  10 mins
Cook Time:  05 mins
Total Time:  15 mins
Difficulty Level:  Easy

Paneer Masala
Paneer is a very healthy and nutritious ingredient. Sweet as well as spicy dishes are made using Paneer. This recipe is used as a main course with rice or chapati. It can also be used to prepare samosa, dosa or rolls. This recipe is very nutritious and aromatic yet unconventional.
Ingredients:
1.5 cup Paneer, crushed
1 tomato, finely chopped
4 tablespoon onion, finely chopped
1 teaspoon ginger, finely chopped
One teaspoon mustard seeds
2 teaspoon green chilli, finely sliced, to taste
1 tablespoon oil
One teaspoon cumin seeds
Salt to taste

Method:
1. Heat the oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and cumin seeds.
2. Add onion, ginger & chillies. Cook until it turn golden brown.
3. Mix salt.
4. Mix crushed paneer and remove from heat.
5. Use as filling for dosa or samosa or rolls.
6. Serve with suitable chutney.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time:  05 mins
Cook Time:  05 mins
Total Time:  10 mins
Difficulty Level:  Easy

Coconut Chutney:
Coconut Chutney is a household accompaniment in south India. This accompaniment is for Dosa, idly, vada, pongal, uttapam, and even rice. It takes many flavors and fragrances with the help of a variety of ingredients. You can add mint leaves, coriander leaves, red chillies, fried dal, lemon juice, garlic, tamarind, roasted groundnut etc. Once ready you can refrigerate and use it for a few days.

Ingredients:
1 cup tender coconut, without brown layer
1/4 inch ginger
2 green chilli
10 curry leaves
1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
3 teaspoon curry masala
Salt to taste

To Garnish:
2 teaspoon mustard seeds
1/2 teaspoon chana dal
One dried red chilli, whole
1 teaspoon oil

Method:
1. Put coconut, green chilli, ginger, curry leaves, curry masala, cumin, 1 tablespoon water and salt to a grinder.
2. Grind to make a course paste and transfer to a serving bowl.
3. Heat the oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, red chilli and dal.
4. Cook until dal turn golden brown.
5. Pour this mixture to garnish chutney in the serving bowl.
6. Serve with your favorite dish.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time:  10 mins
Cook Time:  05 mins
Total Time:  15 mins
Difficulty Level:  Easy

Garlic Chutney
Garlic Chutney has many names like lahsun chutney, poondu chutney and poondu satni. It is primarily served in breakfast with idly or dosa. It is used as pickle for rasam rice and dal rice combination. It is very hot accompaniment. It has very limited ingredients. Once ready you can refrigerate and use it for a few days.

Ingredients:
1/2 cup garlic, peeled
8-10 red chilli, dried
1/2 onion, peeled, chopped
1 teaspoon tamarind paste
One tablespoon oil
Salt to taste

To Garnish
2 teaspoon mustard seeds
1/2 teaspoon chana dal
1 dried red chilli, whole
4 curry leaves
1 teaspoon oil

Method:
1. Soak red chilli in 1 cup of hot water for 6-8 minutes
2. Heat oil in pan and saute garlic for 3 minutes.
3. Add onion and saute till golden brown.
4. Let it cool for a while.
5. Add red chilli, garlic, onion, tamarind and salt to a grinder.
6. Add 1 tablespoon water.
7. Grind to make a course paste and transfer to a serving bowl.
8. Heat the oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, curry leaves, red chilli and dal.
9. Cook until dal turn golden brown.
10. Pour this mixture to garnish chutney to the serving bowl.
11. Serve with your favorite dish.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time:  2 mins
Cook Time:  13 mins
Total Time:  15 mins
Difficulty Level:  Easy

Green Dal Dosa Recipe or Pesarattu Recipe
Traditionally this dosa is called Pesarattu. This moong dal recipe is very nutritious and full of proteins. With no cabohyderates, almost no oil or spices you can enjoy this wonderful dosa with coconut chutney and paneer masala with or without potato masala, sambhar or garlic chutney.

Ingredients:
2 cup green lentil (moong dal)
1 tablespoon all purpose flour
One onion
2 green chilli, to taste
Salt to taste
Oil, for shallow frying

Method:
For Batter:
Soak green lentils in twice as much water in a big bowl for 6-8 hours.
Drain water away.
Put lentils, onion, flour, green chilli in a grinder to make a paste.
Add water to make batter a flowing paste (thick viscous).

For Dosa:
1. Take a large non-stick griddle/tava on a medium flame, apply one teaspoon oil and heat it.
2. Pour ½ cup batter on the pan and spread it using a flat-bottom bowl or ladle. Fill any large holes using a little bit of batter.
3. Pour a little oil on the outside of the dosa. Cover it with a lid.
4. Once the edges start getting brown use a sharp edged spatula to detach dosa from the pan.
5. Turn dosa upside down and cook the other side. If the dosa is too thin, you can skip this step.
6. Remove and plate it.
7. Make more dosas with the rest of the batter.
8. Serve with Sambar and Coconut Chutney.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time: 6-8 hours
Cook Time:  15 mins
Total Time:  6-8 hours

Plain Dosa Recipe
Traditionally a variety of Dosas are prepared across South India. This recipe is for a simple plain dosa. You can change the thickness and size of the dosa for a variety. You can also make idly using the same batter. Enjoy wonderful dosas with various masala/filling, sambhar and chutney.

Ingredients:
1 cup Parboiled Rice (idli-dosa rice)
3/4 cup Regular Rice (like sona masoori rice)
1/2 cup split Urad Dal (white lentils)
1/4 teaspoon Fenugreek Seeds (methi dana)
1/2 tablespoon Chana Dal (gram lentils), optional
Salt to taste
Oil, for shallow frying

Method:
For Batter:
Soak both types of rice in 3-4 cups of water for 4-5 hours
In another bowl soak urad dal, fenugreek seeds and chana dal in 1-2 cup water for 4-5 hours.
Drain water from rice and grind to get a smooth paste. Feel free to add a 1-2 tablespoon water at a time. Transfer the paste to a large bowl.
Drain water from urad dal in a small bowl.
Grind drained urad dal, chana dal and fenugreek seeds mixture. Add drained water little by little to make smooth paste.
Transfer it also to the large bowl.
Add salt and mix both batters well.
The final batter should be a flowing paste (thick viscous).
Cover the bowl and let it ferment at room temperature for 8-10 hours.
If batter looks too thick, add some water and mix well so that it becomes flowing paste again.
You may refrigerate this batter for next 2-3 days.

For Plain Dosa:
4. Take a large non-stick griddle/tava on a medium flame, apply one teaspoon oil and heat it.
5. Pour ½ cup batter on the pan and spread it using a flat-bottom bowl or ladle. Fill any large holes using a little bit of batter.
6. Pour a little oil on the outside of the dosa. Cover it with a lid.
7. Once the edges start getting brown use a sharp edged spatula to detach dosa from the pan.
8. Turn dosa upside down and cook the other side. If the dosa is too thin, you can skip this step.
9. Remove and plate it.
10. Make more dosas with the rest of the batter.
11. Serve with Sambar and Coconut Chutney.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time: 12 hour
Cook Time:  15 mins
Total Time:  12 hours 15 mins

Quick Dosa Recipe
This recipe, rather untraditional, is for a quick simple dosas. Enjoy wonderful dosas with various masala/filling, sambhar and chutney.
Ingredients:
1 cup beaten rice (poha)
One cup semolina (rava/sooji)
2 tablespoon wheat flour
1 cup curd
1/2 tablespoon baking soda, optional
Salt to taste
Oil, for shallow frying

Method:
For Batter:
Roast beaten rice for 2-3 minutes and grind them. Keep aside.
Roast semolina for 2-3 minutes and grind them. Keep aside.
Take a bowl and mix beaten rice powder, semolina powder, wheat flour, baking soda and salt.
Add curd and mix well
Add water to make batter a flowing paste (thick viscous).
Keep for 5 minutes.
Add more water if the batter is too thick.

For Dosa:
1. Take a large non-stick griddle/tava on a medium flame, apply one teaspoon oil and heat it.
2. Pour ½ cup batter on the pan and spread it using a flat-bottom bowl or ladle. Fill any large holes using a little bit of batter.
3. Pour a little oil on the outside of the dosa. Cover it with a lid.
4. Once the edges start getting brown use a sharp edged spatula to detach dosa from the pan.
5. Turn dosa upside down and cook the other side. If the dosa is too thin, you can skip this step.
6. Remove and plate it.
7. Make more dosas with the rest of the batter.
8. Serve with Sambar and Coconut Chutney.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time: 01 min
Cook Time:  14 mins
Total Time:  15 mins

 

Rava Dosa Recipe
You can have these instant and healthy dosas any time of the day with simple home ingredients. You can change the ingredients to include different vegetables for a variety. Enjoy wonderful dosas.
Ingredients:
1 cup semolina (rava/sooji)
One cup rice flour
2 tablespoon all purpose flour (maida)
1 small onion
One inch fresh coconut
2 green chilli to taste
1/4 cup coriander leaves
1 teaspoon cumin powder
Salt to taste
2 tablespoon oil

Method:
1. Mix rava, rice flour, all purpose flour and 2 cup water in a big bowl. Keep it aside for 15-minutes.
1. Take peeled onion, coriander leaves, green chillies, coconut, cumin powder and salt in a grinder. Grind well and make a paste. Instead of grinding, you can also finely chop these vegetables
3. Mix vegetables in the batter. Add more water, if needed, to make thin paste.
4. Take a large non-stick pan on a medium flame, apply one teaspoon oil and heat it.
5. Pour ½ cup batter on the pan and spread it using a flat-bottom bowl or ladle. Fill any large holes using a little bit of batter.
6. Pour a little oil on the outside of the dosa.
7. Once the edges start getting brown use a sharp edged spatula to detach dosa from the pan.
8. Turn dosa upside down and cook the other side.
9. Remove and plate it.
10. Make more dosas with the rest of the batter.
11. Serve with Sambar and Coconut Chutney.

Recipe Servings:  4
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time:  15 mins
Total Cook Time:  30 mins

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS, traditionally a variety of Dosas are prepared across South India. This recipe includes quick preparation, elaborate preparation, nutritious preparation and modified preparation. You can keep the size of dosa helpings small so that everyone can enjoy the full variety. Enjoy wonderful dosas with quick sambhar preparation, multiple masala/filling, and multiple chutney. Today we are going to prepare a full spectrum:
Accompaniment 1: Sambhar
Filling 1: Masala
Filling 2: Paneer Masala
Accompaniment 2: Coconut Chutney
Accompaniment 3: Garlic Chutney
Dosa 1: Green Dal Dosa (Pesarattu)
Dosa 2: Plain Dosa
Dosa 3: Quick Dosa
Dosa 4: Rava Dosa

DOSA RECIPES WITH ACCOMPANIMENTS has a good variety of dosas along with the recipes of sambhar and chutney. Here is a full spectrum – A MUST TRY!

 

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