Kalikanji dosa is a famous dish in down south in Tamilnadu. It is a very delicious dosa variety and easy to make. We make kanji out of the rice batter and hence we call it as Kalikanji dosa. Also this dosa is in white color. For appam, we used to make very very thick kanji like a kali format. But for this kalikanj, the kanji should be little thick like a koozh with pouring consistency. This kanji will give a little sourness to the dosa as we are not going to keep the batter for fermentation process. We can't categorize this dosa as instant but this is one of the easiest breakfast dish which we can make quickly.

Kalikanji Dosa
Kalikanji Dosa



Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time1 hour
Cooking Time15 mins
Yield15-16 Dosa

Kalikanji Dosa
Kalikanji Dosa


Ingredients:
Raw Rice3 Cups*
Grated Coconut1 tablespoon (Optional)
Gingelly Oil1 teaspoon
SaltTo taste

* 1 cup = 250ml

Kalikanji Dosa
Kalikanji Dosa

Method:
  1. Soak the rice in water for 1 hour and then drain it. Grind the rice nicely along with cocunut in a mixer and take the flour in a vessel

  2. Clean the mixer with 2 cups of water and mix that water along with 1 ladle of ground batter and pour this into a pan along with oil and keep stirring the mixture till it becomes like a porridge consistency

  3. When the above mixture starts to boil swtich off the flame and add these to the ground batter. Add salt and stir well. Now Kalikanji dosa batter is ready for use. Heat a tawa and pour 1 ladle of kalikanji dosa batter and drizzle little oil and cook the dosa. 

  4. Then flip the dosa on other side and cook it. Repeat this step for the rest of the batter

  5. Serve the dosas with Idli Milagai Podi(gun powder) and enjoy your breakfast!
  6. Kalikanji Dosa
    Kalikanji Dosa

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  1. Can you tell me the method for the preparation of jaggery dosa using whole wheat instead of wheat flour?

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  2. Can u please post paal cake recipe. I love it. My patti used to make by boiling milk along with 1 spoon ravai, chakkarai and ghee. Can u give the exact measurement

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  3. Mami, Can you please confirm the amount of salt - is it 1/4 cup ?

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  4. Madam, how to make pongal with other than rice? ( example ragi , wheat)

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  5. With my in laws from tirunelveli, heard it from my MIL who also makes it well. Thanks for sharing this recipe step wise with awesome clicks.

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  6. very new recipe to me thank you mami for sharing these unique, authentic traditional recipes!

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  7. This is the first time I heard about this dish..its really interesting..keep post some traditional recipes..thank you so much

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