Red Rice Dosa : Easy method, no grinding required
Use plain rice flour instead of red rice flour, if that's what you have handy. Organic red rice flour is richer in fiber and anti oxidants. Udad dal flour is freely available in most large supermarkets.
- 1 cup rice flour Red
- 1/4 cup dal flour Udad
- 1.5 cups Water
- 1 tsp Salt
In a large bowl, mix the flours and salt with a whisk.
Add water and keep whisking to make a smooth batter without any lumps.
Cover and keep in a warm place overnight or for 8 hours until you see that the batter has risen or shows numerous bubbles.
To prepare dosas, lightly grease a non stick / cast iron skillet or tava.
Thin the batter with up to 1/4 cup water if required. Mix well.
Take a big ladleful of batter , place in center of moderately hot greased tava.
Move quickly outwards in concentric circles to make a round dosa. Circle the dosa with around 1/2 tsp oil. Cook on medium flame until golden and crisp. Cook the other side similarly. Serve hot with Molagapodi or Tomato Chutney.
Use plain rice flour instead of red rice flour, if that's what you have handy. Organic red rice flour is richer in fiber and anti oxidants.
Add a tsp of fenugreek seed (venthayam / methi seed) powder to the mix before fermentation for added nutrients and to make it more diabetic friendly.
This recipe is naturally vegan and gluten free.