Iron-rich Ragi Dosa

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November 5, 2014


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Rich in iron, as nutritious as they are flavorsome…You’ll be surprised at how tasty they are!

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Method:
Soak I cup udad dal and 1 tsp Methi Dana overnight.
Next day grind it into a smooth thin paste. Add 2 cups ragi flour and some salt to taste and mix to form a thick batter consistancy.

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Cover and keep overnight to ferment.

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Now stir the fermented batter, add water if needed (adjust salt if required) to form a thin spreadable batter.

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Spread out on hot nonstick pan like any regular dosa, drizzle a few drops of oil, cook for 1-2 minutes on medium high heat

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Roll and serve hot with fresh coconut chutney!

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Note: Here is the pan I use to make my Dosas/Chilas

Other healthy variants of Dosa you might like try
Brown Rice Dosa
Multigrain Dalia Dosa
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9 comments on “Iron-rich Ragi Dosa

  1. May 7, 2014 Nisha

    Hi Ruchi,

    I tried this recipe for dosas and they were yum. Can i use this for idli’s too?

    Reply
  2. June 7, 2014 Sarika

    looks so delicious….will have to try your dosa varieties…

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    • June 8, 2014 Chetan Shetty

      Wow, Ruchi… Keep up the great work!

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      • June 10, 2014 ruchiairen

        Thank you Chetan!

        Reply
  3. March 8, 2016 Usha goyal

    U have added ragi flour in morning and then said ferment it overnight does that mean to ferment it till next day morning?

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    • March 9, 2016 ruchiairen

      Yes I have. however the local climate will determine how long your batter will take to ferment. In hot climates, this might be ready in 6-7 hours.

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  4. March 8, 2016 Vilma alfred

    I am a little confused. Pls correct me if I am wrong. The urad n Methi is soaked overnight n ground in the morning. Then raagi flour is mixed and kept for fermenting again overnight. Pls clarify as I would like to try these yummy dosas. Thanks.

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    • March 9, 2016 ruchiairen

      Yes…you have understood right. However if you live in hot climate…fermentation time might be less, and the batter might be ready in 6-7 hours

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  5. March 13, 2016 veena

    tried the dosa. was very tasty. thank you for the healthy recipe.

    Reply

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