watermelon rind dosa
Watermelon Rind Dosa | Watermelon Rind Recipes
Written by Jayashree
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Watermelon Rind Dosa is a delicious and unique breakfast option. It is soft, spongy and porous.  It is vegan and gluten free  and as the name suggests watermelon rind is used in it.

Considering the fact, watermelon rind is healthier, I don’t like to waste it. The rind is the white part of the watermelon. It is rich in fibre and aids in digestion.  Usually, I use it in a smoothie or a salad.  Of late, I have another recipe and I make this dosa also. The dosa is made slightly thick and cooked only on one side. Like the regular dosa, this needs to be fermented. This  recipe is adopted from Vinaya Prasad’s blog  Vegetarian Culinary Delights. I am active in a couple of groups on Facebook and this group is one of them. I like the enthusiasm and patience with which she runs the group. Recently, the group reached the 15000 milestone mark. 

Watermelon Rind Dosa Recipe 

Ingredients: 

 1. 25 cup  rice
1/2 cup  urad dal
1/4 cup flattened rice (poha) 
1/2 cup   watermelon rind
1/2 cup  fresh coconut
1/2 teaspoon methi seeds
oil for roasting
water for soaking and grinding
salt to taste



Method:

  1. Soak rice, urad dal and methi for 4 hours.
  2. Soak flattened rice (poha) for half an hour.
  3. Cut the rind into small pieces. 
  4. Grind the soaked rice and lentil mixture to a fine batter, remove it in a bowl. Now, grind the rind pieces, soaked poha and  coconut, mix it into the batter. Add salt to it, cover and keep it in a warm place to ferment overnight or 5-6 hours.
  5. Next day, mix the batter, heat a skillet. Smear a little oil if using the cast iron. pour a ladleful of batter, spread a little oil, cover with a lid   and allow to cook. There is no need to cook the other side for this dosa. Once it is cooked, remove and serve hot with coconut chutney. Repeat for the rest of the batter. 

 

Take a tip: 

  1. The dosa is made as a set dosa.  The consistency of the batter should be moderately thick.
  2. Use any kind of skillet, iron or non-stick, cover with a lid and cook. There is no need to flip  to the other side. 

 

watermelon rind dosa

watermelon rind dosa

 

My family enjoys dosa any day.  Rava dosa is usually prepared during weekends. A dosa batter is handy and used in different ways. You can make masala dosa, uttapam or gundapongal. The other kind of dosa are ragi dosa, jowar dosa, set dosa, neer dosa and mixed flour dosa. 

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watermelon rind dosa

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5 Comments
  1. mayurisjikoni

    I am a big fan of of set dosa as it actually soaks up the sambar. Adding the healthy watermelon rind to the batter is a wonderful idea. Probably makes the watermelon rind dosa even more softer.

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  2. Archana

    What a wonderful idea madam. I absolutely love it? Do you get the smell of the rind in it? I hope not for I want to try watermelon ri d dosa.

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  3. marigoldhemlata.com

    Too good, watermelon rind dosa is such an innovative. It looks superb. Saving in my wish list

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  4. Jolly

    At my home every one love dosa, especially my son. He loved this new and healthy version of rind Dosa also. That’s really helpful and great share Jayashree

    Reply
  5. Preethicuisine

    Set dosa with watermelon rind sounds incredible. Love these super soft spongy dosa. Healthy and nutritious breakfast.

    Reply

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