Sunday, July 15, 2012

Special Masala Dosai

This is also called Raja Raja Cholan Dosai in some big hotels.The masala is a North Indian masala and is really very tasty.


Onion,capsicum and tomato all chopped-------------------Each 2 cups
Salt------------------------------------------------------- 1 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder---------------------------------------------1 tsp
Coriander leaves chopped---------------------------------1/2 cup
Oil--------------------------------------------------------2 tbsp
Turmeric powder------------------------------------------1 tsp
Dhaniya powder-------------------------------------------1 tsp
Garam Masala---------------------------------------------1 tsp


Put oil in a kadai and add the onions and then the turmeric powder.Add salt and saute for two minutes.Then add chilly powder and mix well .Now add the tomatoes and capsicum and and mix and cook in a low flame.Wait till everything is cooked well and then add the Dhaniya powder and Garam Masala and stir,Add the coriander leaves and saute for a minute and now the masala is ready.


Grated coconut---------------------------------1 Cup
Green chilly-------------------------------------3
Salt as required

Grind it to a thick consistency adding water and keep aside.

Now make a thin  Dosa.Turn it over if the top portion is not cooked.You can even close the Tawa and cook so that you need not turn it.Make crisp dosa and spread the masala on one half of it and spread the coconut chutney on top of it. Close the other half of of the dosa and serve hot.


Leelagovind said...

woww lovely blog!! i have to go in detail in my spare time..surely will try yours and feedback..its good that you have informed me abt your cusinie..else i would have really missed it..hope you will collect the award..dont know as you say why the blog link doesnt work..take hugs to your grand kid..:)

Mahalakshmi said...

Thank you Leela for visiting my blog and I just post whatever I cook on a daily basis..Just sharing my recipes and which I learnt from my family and friends..

Leelagovind said...

thank you lakshmiji for trying and liking my 2 dishes..fried coconut chutney and averakai alu ghashi are our popular traditional dishes..thanks again for commenting on my blog..:)
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