Wheat Flour Dosa ~ Godhi Dose

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Life is like an algebraic equation. If one of the variable in your equation changes, value of the equation changes automatically. Food is invariably one of the variable in that equation. In this busy and fast life we always look to short cuts for filling our hungry and growling stomach.
 
Tired Body & Mind (constant these days) + Good Food (variable) = Happy Day :)
 
After a busy day in office, I came home to be greeted by 2 days old chapathi dough in the frigde. Not having enough energy to make chapathis, I came up with this idea of turning chapathi dough into dosa.
 
Well, if given a chance I would love to pick up my phone and place order in a restaurant and just wait for the hot meal to come to my door steps. 'App your order' your food or just few clicks on the website to browse various restaurant at the same page and placing an order is so convinient!! I Suddenly started missing India. India is a country with variety of food options and Foodpanda India is one such leading online marketplace for food delivery. The company provides an online and mobile marketplace with widest gastronomic range, enabling restaurants to bring their menus online and extend their customer base. They are active in 19 Indian cities and has over 3000 restaurants available and the food gets delivered for free. You can use their smartphone app and order food from any where. Isn't that awesome?




Well..for now, I had to satisfy my hunger with Wheat Flour Dosa. If you have left over chapathi dough or poori dough you can just add more water and make it like a dosa batter and enjoy hot dosas :).




Wheat Flour Dosa ~ Godhi Dosa
     
Preparation time :  10 mins    Total Time Taken : 15mins
             Serves : 5 people                
           Ingredients:
 
Wheat Flour: 2 cups
Yogurt : ¼ cup
Jeera: ½ tsp
Rice Flour : 1 Tbsp
Semolina: 2 Tbsp
Salt for taste
Optional: Green chili paste, finely diced onion, grated carrot, chopped coriander & curry leaves
    
Method :
1.       Mix all the above ingredients with water to make a  runny batter (similar to pancake batter)
2.       Grease a flat pan. Laddle the batter over the pan and spread it with the back of the spoon.
3.      Fry it on both sides and serve it hot with your favorite chutney.
4.      We love Godhi Dosa and onion chutney combo!
5.      Enjoy with a hot mug of coffee.



 
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Have a happy day, take care of yourself and always eat good food. Do not forget that food is a finger click away when FOOD PANDA is around.
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