Monday, February 23, 2009

UPPU HULI DOSE WITH A TWIST



Uppu huli dosa is a very popular dish in Mangalore and Udupi. This dosa is easy to make and tastes great too. And best part NO FERMENTATION J.Me and my brother used to call this dosa as kempu dosa(Red dosa) when we were kids :) . In authentic recipe this dosa is made without adding spring onion.This is a twisted recipe from my MIL.



INGREDIENTS:


Rice 1 cup soaked in water overnight

Spring onion ½ cup chopped finely

Dry red chilies 4

Coriander seeds 1 tsp

Jeera 1 tsp

Tamarind paste 1tblsp

Jaggery small piece

Grated Coconut 1/2 cup

Turmeric 1/4 tsp

Salt to taste

METHOD:

1) Wash and drain the soaked rice.


2) Mix all the other ingredients except spring onion and grind to a smooth paste.


3) Add spring onion to the batter and mix well.


4) Add water if required, batter has to be watery.


5) Heat a pan and pour the batter as you make for neeru dosa.


6) Cover and cook for 2 mins and then flip and cook the other side also for 2 mins. If needed you can add oil (I have not).


7) Serve hot with chutney or tastes great with ghee too.

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20 comments:

Asha said...

I made this once, tastes so good. With Spring onion, it looks even better! :)

Ashwini said...

Yummy Dosa..My mom used to make this..but I have not tried this..will make this..

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Archy said...

Hey, Love this dosa an neeru dosa, never tired with spring onion.. looks yum !!

Uma said...

wow, dosa looks so colorful and mouth-watering. Bookmarked to try.

Maya said...

Yummy dosa, have eaten a lot in my college days, had quite forgotten abt it. Thanx for ur recipe.

Maya said...

Pavitra, I used dry tamarind pieces, and you're rite, no soaking. Keep everything as dry as possible :).

Varsha Vipins said...

Looks like a yummy omlette to me..I bet this will be yum wit al those spring onions

Varsha Vipins said...

Looks like a yummy omlette to me..I bet this will be yum wit al those spring onions

rekhas kitchen said...

I just can say wooooooooooooow so color ful and looks so mouthwatering bookmarked

Nithya Praveen said...

Never heard of this Pavithra....never thot abt adding spring onionsto doasa....yummy!

sowmya said...

new to me..very different and sounds good too..bookmarked

Soma said...

Lovely use of spring onion.. love it.

Madhuram said...

Yes, adding spring onions is a nice twist. It's long time since I have made these dosas. Have to try it one of these days. The picture of the dosa is really very tempting. I'm a fan of crisp dosas.

Archy said...

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Purva Desai said...

This is a new dosa version.....and I am sure the ingredients like jaggery will make it taste different as well

Sia said...

i normally add chopped onions and grind some with batter. it's a nice twist by adding spring onions.

Vibaas said...

looks so yummy and it's so easy :) congrats on your award!

Vani said...

I haven't tried this before. Sounds and looks great!

Pavithra Kodical said...

@Asha, You are right.Addition of tamarind,jaggery and onion makes this tasty :)

@Gayathri, Thank you for remembering my blog.Would surely try to participate in the event.

@Ashwini,Uma,Maya,Varsha,Rekha,Nithya,Sowmya,
Madhuram,Purva,Sia,vani

Thank you girls for your sweet comments.Do try,
addition of spring onions makes it more tasty.All thanks to my MIL :)

@Archy, Thank you dear for such a lovely award.Will surely grab it:)