Jun 16, 2008

Sabbakki DoSe/ Sabudana Dosa..


This is a recipe that my Mom had given me sometime back. I tried this a few days back and it tastes really good. So do give it a try.

Ingredients

Sabudana - 1 cup
Rava/Semolina - 1/2 cup
Grated fresh/frozen coconut - 2 tbsp
Onions, finely chopped - 1
Green chillies, chopped - 4
Tomato, finely chopped - 1 medium
Cilantro, finely chopped - abt 2 tbsp
Curry leaves, finely chopped - 3-4
Salt - to taste
Oil

Method

- Soak the Sabudana overnight.
- In the morning, grind it in a mixie with enough water.
- To the ground mixture, add the Rava, coconut, chillies, onions, tomatoes, cilantro, curry leaves and salt. Mix well.
- Heat a tawa, and pour ladle full of batter and spread the dosa. Drizzle few drops of oil on all sides and on top.
- When done on one side, flip the dosa and cook on the other side till crispy and done.
- Serve hot with chutney of your choice or it tastes great just by itself also.

Please Note:

-This dosa takes slightly longer to cook than a regular dosa. It will be crispy on the outside and still have a little chewyness of the sabudana inside. See that it cooks on medium flame so that the inside is also fully cooked, else the sabudana texture remains slimy inside.

- Serve this dosa hot immediately, else it gets soggy if left for later.

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18 Comments:

Trupti said...

Maya, Sabudana Dosa looks delicious.This dosa is new to me thanks for sharing this recipe

Uma said...

I am going to make this dosa for dinner! thanks for sharing the recipe Maya! looks so delicious.

Devi Priya said...

Maya, Dosa looks delicious. Have heard of sabudana, vada, upma, khichdi but never heard of sabudana dosa. Thanks for sharing.

Sagari said...

delecious dosas maya

Purnima said...

Sabudana dosa!! Wow..pretty unique and new..shall surely give it a try, and feed back you! Tks so much for sharing ur mom's recipe!!

Sia said...

maya, my amma had given me similar recipe sometime back and i am yet to try it. she did leave few pearls of saagu and mixed it with batter. thanks for ur version of saagu dosa:)

Sia said...

maya, my amma had given me similar recipe sometime back and i am yet to try it. she did leave few pearls of saagu and mixed it with batter. thanks for ur version of saagu dosa:)

skribles said...

Sabudana dosa is new to me ... these look yummy. I love sago in khichdi, vada etc ... this one is interesting too. Thanks for sharing.

Vanamala said...

fantastic recipe.. lovely .

Meera said...

Didn't know about it. How deliciously different. Thanks to u & ur mom!! Looks lovely.

Chetna said...

Hi Maya

What should be the consistency of the batter ? Like normal dosa abtter or watery like rawa dosa batter ?

Does the sabudana get cooked well ?

Roopa said...

I never used Sabudana till now, but this dosa definitly tempts me to try sabudana:) Thanks a bunch for the recipe Maya:)

Maya said...

Thank-you all for your feedback :).

Chetna, The consistency should be a little thinner than normal dosa batter, but not as runny as for rava dosa. Hope that helped. Also, the dosas have a slightly chewy texture of the sabudana. So, cook on medium flame so that the inside also cooks. They take slightly longer to cook than normal dosas. Let me know if you try them :).

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Never tried dosa with Sabudana. Have to really try it. Looks Great YUM!....

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Never tried dosa with Sabudana. Looks great... YUM!.... Have to this one

n33ma said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.I loved going thru your recipes and photos.Dosa looks so delicius and completely new to me.

Raksha said...

Loved ur blog. First time here. Cannot follow due to some IE problem.
WIll visit again soon :)

Me too from Konkan :)

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Jyoti said...

hi..i do make sabudana thalipeeth..but dosa is new to me..it looks yummy..will definitely try it out this weekend in my new food blog -http://foodie-junction.blogspot.com/