Neer Dosai

Neer Dosa, a very simple,yummy and sponge dosa. Somehow I missed to publish this recipe and one of my Fan in Subbuskitchen Facebook page requested this recipe and here I am sharing this quick and easy breakfast recipe. The beauty is that the dosa will be cooked in about 45-60 seconds, once the tawa is heated. We can serve this soft yummy dosa with any chutney varieties.

Neer Dosai
Neer Dosai

Preparation Time1 hour
Cooking Time 20 mins
Servingsabout 15 dosas


Raw Rice1 Cup* (250gms)
Grated Coconut1 tablespoon
SaltTo Taste
Water3 Cups
Oil1/2 teaspoon per dosa

*1 cup = 250 ml

Neer Dosai
Neer Dosai

  1. Wash and Soak the raw rice in 2 cups of water for overnight. In the morning, drain the water and add it to the mixer along with the grated coconut.

  2. Grind  the mixture to a nice paste by adding one cup water little by little in intervals while grinding. Now our batter is ready, but the batter is thick. So add 2 cups of water and make the batter to a thin consistency and add required salt. Heat a tawa and grease it with little oil and spread and wipe the oil with a tissue, then pour one ladle of batter on the tawa. You dont need to spread it as the batter is very thin, mostly the shape is uneven, we can try to make it round.

  3. Add little oil and cook. As the dosa is very thin, we don't need to cook the other side. Finally fold the cooked dosa like a triangle (or whatever shape that you would like to serve) and remove from the tawa. Repeat the process for the rest of batter

  4. Now the yummy, soft Neer Dosai are ready to serve with Chutney and Gun Powder(Idly milagai Podi)
  5. Neer Dosai
    Neer Dosai

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Can this batter be left in the fridge?? Can we prepare it in the morning and leave it in the fridge and use it in the evening ?

Hi Sharanya, This is an instant dosa so i have always used it freshly. My suggestion is that if u plan to keep it in friedge, then don't dilute it. Grind the rice to a thick paste and refrigerate. Whenever you are going to prepare the dosa, you can dilute it by adding water and then make yummy dosa.

dear aunty

yesterday i tried this dosa came out very well, super taste... we enjoyed....thanks for posting such a nice dosa recipe. i like the way you folded the dosas. looks very nice...

What type pf rice to use?

You can use any type of raw rice. I used sona masoori. You can use basmati also

Can we add little thin poha along with coconut while grinding



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