Rave Dose, Chutney and hot hot Coffee.....


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A new version is available here - Rava Dosa

Yet another quick to make breakfast is Rave Dose/Semolina crepes. You must have tasted it at umpteen number of Indian hotels/restaurants. Rava Onion, Rava Masala, Rava Dosa....the base for everything is Rave Dosa batter. Chutney goes well with it and a cup of bisi bisi (hot hot) filter coffee at the end rounds up our breakfast. Here you go with the recipe for simple Rave Dose.

Rave Dose/Semolina Crepe

Chiroti Rava/Cream of Wheat - 1 cup (any other rava would do..if you have chiroti rava it is best!)
Rice Flour - 1 Cup
Maida / All Purpose Flour-1 cup
Jeerige/Cumin - 1tsp
finely chopped - coriander -1tbsp
finely chopped curry leaves -1tsp
grated carrot - 1tbsp (optional)
Whole black pepper - 1tsp (optional)
Chopped green chillies cut in rounds - 1tsp (optional)
Salt
Water -4cups

I have not used pepper and chillies as my little one finds it very difficult to eat. You can add them. I do not like grated carrot in rava dosa.

Method:
Mix all the three flours with salt, curry leaves and coriander leaves in 2 cups of water without any lumps. Add 2 more cups and mix the batter well. Leave this aside for 5-8 mins before you start making dosas.
Heat a girdle and rub little oil on it. Mix the batter thoroughly and laddle the batter. Pour it over the hot girdle by keeping the laddle/Spoon atleast 7-8 cm above the girdle. Pour the batter in a circular motion. Oil the surface of the dose/crepe. Let it brown at the bottom, remove with the spatula and turn it over. Leave it for 3-4 seconds and remove it to a serving plate. These doses/crepes are very lacy, thin and crisp to eat.

A detailed chutney procedure can be found here on TOM

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Sending this plate to Sheetal of My Kitchen for her SWC-Karnataka Cuisine
Thanks Priyanka for reminding me about WBB, this also goes to WBB-Combibreakfast hosted by Latha of Masla Magic

18 comments:

Vidhya said...

wow, yummy yummy rava dosa. I always love to eat crispy rava dosa with some chutney and also with a cup of filter coffee.

notyet100 said...

wow,...feel like eatin now,.u can send this for combi,.breakfast too,...

SPICE OF LIFE said...

perfect breakfast and so simple too ... i have a new combo ready for the weekend brunches :-)

sowmya said...

wow that is mouth watering!!and the filter coffee after it sounds fantastic!!

Ramya Bala said...

Lovely pic..and its so tempting dear

Cham said...

Filter coffee is perfect way to end the breakfast! Yummy rava dosa!

Usha said...

Looks perfect and very tempting :)

Degchi said...

After visiting your blog....Its sure that I will come here again n again for authentic Kannadigas recipes.
I always prefer to learn authentic recipes from the person who grows up eating and cooking them.

Divya said...

Rava dosais are so much easier to make than the regular ones, as far as the time factor goes, and you have presented beautifully. I used a little thinned buttermilk instead of water, and it gives a very nice flavor to it.

farida said...

sounds like you have all the right foods for great breakfast!

SriLekha said...

wow! rawa dosa is my favorite!

Eco_smith said...

Yum yum breakfast... reminds me of home...bisi tindi in the morning maja ne bere!!!

Priti said...

Great combo...just love the picture...I love onion rava dosa...I always endup ordering the same thing where ever I go and your rosa can beat SB I guess :)

LG said...

@ Divya,
ya buttermilk addition adds flavor. I somehow did not like that flavor in rave dose but I do add butter milk in instant dose or neer dose what we call at home.

@ Eco_Smith,
yup..bellige bellige indian breakfast idrene avathina dina sukamayavagi irodu :)

Lore said...

Dosas always make me drool and that's because they are usually savoury, not sweet. Delicious!

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

i love rava dosa .. just like u wven i dont like grated carrots in rava dosa .. N love bisi bisi coffee too

Sujatha said...

oh that combo looks super delicious! And my eyes are in that bubbly coffee.. :)

Uma said...

the title itself is worth tempting! rava dosa is such a delicious breakfast with that chutney and frothing coffee!