Semolina Dosa
Written by Jayashree
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I am glad to share this recipe with you all today. As the title suggests, it is ” Semolina Dosa ” but of a different kind.This is part of our blog hop with the theme “dosas” . Hence, you can have a galore of dosas today.

Usually semolina dosa, is an instant dosa , which is made by mixing a few flours and other ingredients together.. But, here,the urad dal is soaked and made to a batter.  it is then mixed with semolina and  let to ferment  for  eight hours, the outcome is a wonderful blend of aromatic and crispy dosas. I am really in awe with this dosa, thanks to my mom.

 

Ingredients :

urad dal 1 cup
semolina 2 cups
salt to taste

oil 

Semolina Dosa

Semolina Dosa

 

Method :

Soak urad dal for two hours. Grind to a fine paste. Mix the semolina  and allow to ferment. The batter is thick, unlike other dosa batters. One needs to add water to the required consistency. Heat a skillet, smear some oil, take a ladle full of batter, pour it and sizzle it in circular shape, from inner to outer side. Put a spoon of oil and let cook till brown. Remove and serve with coconut chutney or onion chutney.

Other variety of dosa can be read here

Udupi huli dosa  Quinoa Adai  Banana Whole Wheat Dosa  3 variety Neer Dosa Mixed Sprouts Dosa Ragi and Semolina Dosa

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19 Comments
  1. Piyali

    I love Rava Dosa and these Dosas look Super Yummy. Would so love to have them dear with a coconut chutney and sagu. You have also so nicely explained the process of making that I am tempted to make the batter at home rather then buying the readymade ones with preservatives. Very Nice dear.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Piyali, so glad you can relate it to this dear.Cheers

      Reply
  2. shubha

    Love the semolina dosa.. looks nice and crisp:)

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Shubha..Cheers

      Reply
    • Rachna's Kitchen

      Wow this dosa is looking amazing. Super delicious 🙂

      Reply
      • jayashree

        Thank you so much Rachna’s kitchen

        Reply
  3. marudhuskitchenm

    very nice crispy dosa that i should try…love it

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Vani..Cheers

      Reply
  4. Padma

    Onion rava dosa is my favourite among dosas:)…Loved it dear:)…Looks so crispy, can feel it from here:)

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Padma, glad you liked it…Cheers

      Reply
  5. Nikki

    Looks good!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much Nikki

      Reply
  6. Anupama

    caught a glimpse of this crispy looking awesome dosa on G+ ever since have been wishing to visit you hoping for a closer look. going to try these for sure! tq Jayashree for sharing and to your mum for this wonderful recipe.

    Reply
  7. Savita @ ChefDeHome

    I’m a huge fan of semolina dosa! Love the fact that it is so crispy and easy to prepare. thanks for sharing an awesome recipe, Jayashree!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much dear Savita

      Reply
  8. Gauri

    This looks quite easy, thanks for sharing 🙂

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much dear Gauri

      Reply
  9. Poornima

    Looks like dosas come out crispy.. Love the idea of fermenting , would definitely love to try it!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Poornima !

      Reply

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