Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Set Dosa


Rice 2 cups
Urad Dal 1 cup
Channa dal or toor dal 2 tsp
Poha 1 cup
Fenugreek seeds 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste


1) Soak rice, urad dal, channa dal and fenugreek in water for 4 to 5 hours.

2) 10 mins before grinding wash and soak poha in water.

3) Grind rice mixture and poha together to a smooth batter by adding little water at a time.
This batter should not be watery.

4) Add salt to the batter.Let it ferment overnight.

5) Pour the batter on the heated pan (do not spread more as this dosa has to be thick).Pour little oil on top(i did not).

6) Close the lid and cook for 2 mins.

7) Flip over and cook for 1 min.

8) Serve hot dosa with saagu and chutney.


Anonymous said...

I had no idea of this version of set dosa ... what we get here is the usual masala dosa .. but is cut into small pieces. Glad you shared this. :-)

Anonymous said...

Looks so yummy.

Nithya Praveen said...

Set Dosa and Sagu is the best combo....i like ur pic and totally miss eating this here:-(

Unknown said...

wow perfect recipe and looks so mouthwatering and nice color and agreat combo with sagu

Indian Khana said...

Looks so gud...reminds me Chennai...missing them now :(

Asha said...

OMG! My fave combo! Where is the Saagu recipe before I have a anxiety attack? :D

Archy said...

Wow, set dosa looks so nice an soft !! Need to try !! miss eating it :) !!
Hey were are u from, i saw ur last name as Kodical, i.e my place in Mangalore.. so just curious!!

LifenSpice said...

set dosa reminds me of those restaurants:)looks great. pls share saago recipe too.

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Oh, they look just perfect!!! Happy Sankranti!! :)

anudivya said...

Oh I remember eating set dosai and vadai curry as a side! It is a great combo... this reminds me of that.

Unknown said...

The dosa looks delicious, Pavithra. I love the golden color.

Rathna said...

First time here to your blog....you've got a nice space...Congratulations....Set dosa looks yumm !Will try it soon...thanks for sharing.
Happy Sankranthi to you !

Pavithra Kodical said...

Thank you all for your comment..

Asha akka and keerthana i will post sagu recipe ASAP :)

Anonymous said...


Thank you for visiting my site.
set dosa looks delicious... nicely brown :)

Uma said...

lovely dosa Pavithra! Looks so delicious. Happy Sankranthi!

Gita Jaishankar said...

Set dosa and sagu, such a lovely combination :)

Chitra said...

U made me feeelll hungry!!i just love dosas!!looks drool worthy.do visit my blog at ur free time:)