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vegetarian recipes

RAGI DOSA (Serving amount:2)


Ragi flour:2cups

coconut scrappings:1cup

onion:1/2 chopped(big size)

green chilies:2nos chopped

coriander leaves:chopped

salt to taste

warm water:2cups


#To the ragi flour add the coconut scrapping

#add salt and mix well

#then add the remaining dry ingredients, chopped onion, green chilies, coriander leaves

#mix well and start adding the warm water to the flour little by little

#mix well , see to it that there are no lumps formed

#bring it to a dosa batter consistency

#heat the thava and prepare the ragi dosa just like the ordinary dosa

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At 8:37 PM, Blogger Mythreyee said...

hmm... I've been searching this kind of dosa for quite sometime. I wanted to do a tiffin with raagi and this is just what I wanted. thanks for sharing. One question, can I reduce the amount of coconut?    

At 9:29 PM, Blogger jayakarthik said...

sure mythy u can reduce the coconut amount to even 2 Tbsp
coconut is added as a taste enhancer thats it
but adding coconut less than 2 Tbsp i havent tried yet
do let me know how u liked it    

At 1:47 PM, Blogger Mythreyee said...

romba thanks jaya, let me try and let you know how it turned out.    

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