Feb 4, 2008

Rava Dosa with Avocado..


I had one avacado left and din't know what to do with it. So thought why not put it in a quick rava dosa and try the flavor ?? Just went ahead and tried the same and was pleased with it. Avacado doesn't really give any flavor to the dosas, so the rava dosa tasted just fine ;)....

Ingredients

Fine Rava - 1 cup
Rice flour - 1/4 cup
All-purpose flour - 2 tbsp
Wheat flour - 1/4 cup
Salt - to taste
Avacado - 1, cut in half, pitted, pulp removed and mashed.
Crushed Cumin (Jeera) - 1/2 tsp
Green chillies, cut fine - 4
Cilantro - little, chopped
Curry leaves, chopped - 2
Oil - to fry

Method

- Mix the rava, rice flour, all-purpose flour, wheat flour, mashed avacado pulp, cilantro and salt with enough water to make a thin batter.
- Heat very little oil for seasoning in a small pan. Add the crushed cumin, green chillies and curry leaves. Add this to the batter.
- Keep the batter aside for about 15 mins.
- The batter might thicken after this. You can add water now and adjust the consistency.
- Heat a tawa, pour the batter on the tawa all over. Do not spread the batter in a circular motion on the tawa. Just pour.

- Drizzle little oil all over and turn over when crisp and cook the other side also.

- Serve hot with chutney or sambar or both :)..

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10 Comments:

Purnima said...

Maya..the avacado rava dosa looks great! I had rava dosa too for brkfast today co-incidently minus the avacado!!:D

Purnima said...

Maya - BTW the ad is no longer disrupting the script! tks so much!

Asha said...

I made Guacamole for Super bowl with Avocado, chutney sounds good!:))

bee said...

great idea. have you added avocado to roti dough? makes them silken soft.

Meera said...

wow, avocado rawa dosa is such a wonderful idea! especailly i generally have lone, ripe avocado many times and dont know what to do with it! :-)
also tried your spring onion salad. it was fantastic.

vimmi said...

I am constantly amazed at the number of dosa recipes and the variety u all come up with. This looks great.

KayKat said...

Yum! This is a great idea!

I usually add overripe avocados to parathas, gives them a creamy flavour and texture.

Uma said...

Nice combination. Good pics. Completely different from my version.

Mansi Desai said...

wow, avocado seems to be a nice addition to rava dosa, and healthy too! I'll sure;y try it:)

Maya said...

Thanx Purnima and I shld thank you for informing me abt the Ad also. Else I wouldn't have known..

Asha, looks like some confusion, I added the avocado in the dosa. I have not yet tried Gaucamole at home. Shld try it though.

Bee, yes, I did make some rotis with avocados also. Agree, they are super soft.

Thanx for trying out and letting me knw Meera :)..

Vimmi, yes, am always amazed at what other bloggers dish out everyday too..Lots to learn..

Kaykat, thts rite, super soft n smooth parathas with avocados.

Uma, Thanx for visiting and ur comments :)..

Thanx Mansi, try it out and do let me knw how u like it ..