sooji / rawa - 1 cup
green chillies - 5
(increase or decrease the
quantity depending on your spice level)
jeera - half a tsp (optional)
onions - 2 medium
cilantro - a small bunch
curry leaves - a few
coconut grating - about two tbsp.
salt to taste.
Fry rawa like you would for upma. (I fry rawa in big quantities
and store for ready use. In
fact, this prevents the rawa from getting spoilt/worms too.) allow
it to cool a bit.
Finely chop onions, green chillies & cilantro (coriander leaves)
and add it to the rawa.
Add salt, jeera, curry leaves and required amount of water for dosa
consistency & mix
really well. After a few minutes you will notice that the batter
absorbs water and becomes
thicker. Add little more water and mix well till you get the right
consistency. When the
consistency is okay, start making dosas.
Grease the griddle / tawa well. Add oil droplets to the dosa to
cook it well on both sides.
When the dosa starts browning faintly in patches, you know it's
done. Smear a little ghee
on the dosa(sometimes it's okay to forget the calorie-count!).
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