We all are fond of Rava Dosa. My all time favourite dosa is rava dosa. I always order Plain Rava Dosa whenever I go to restaurants. Onion Rava is also so scrumptious. Preparing rava dosa in home is so simple and we would get the same taste as the restaurant style. I always wanted to try replacing sooji with broken wheat and believe me, broken wheat dosa |Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai | Daliya Dosa is also so delicious like our traditional rava dosa.  Broken wheat is so healthy and also using a non-stick tawa we are going to use only less oil and hence this dosa is a healthy breakfast. The dosa batter which we are going to make should be thin like a buttermilk and hence we need to cook the dosa only on one side with just half a spoon of oil. Cooking in low flame to get crispier dosa takes little more time than the normal dosa but the taste is dainty. Try this healthy dosa and share your comments!

Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | How to make Broken Wheat Rava Dosa
Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | 

Preparation time and Yield :
Preparation time10 mins
Cooking time20 mins
Yield15 Dosa

Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | How to make Broken Wheat Rava Dosa
Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | 

Ingredients for dough:

Broken Wheat1 Cup*
Wheat Flour1 Cup*
Rice Flour1/4 Cup
Cumin Seeds1 teaspoon
Green Chilli2
Peppercorns1 teaspoon
Curry LeavesFew
SaltTo taste



Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | How to make Broken Wheat Rava Dosa
Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | 

Method:
  1. Take the broken wheat in a bowl. Add wheat flour and rice flour along with salt. 

  2. Add water little by little and mix well so that no lumps are formed. Then add a cup of water to make the consistency of the batter thin like a butter milk. Add cumin seeds, chopped green chillies, peppercorns and curry leaves to the batter and mix well. The batter should be very watery

  3. Heat a tawa. Sprinkle little water to check if the tawa is ready. Using your hand just take handfull of batter and sprinkle in the tawa. You could also use a ladle to pour the dosa batter to the tawa. Don't worry about the shape. Rava dosa are always in random shape. Pour very little oil around the dosa and keep the flame low till the dosa is cooked completely on the downside of dosa and turns golden brown and crispy. Gently remove the dosa from tawa and place it on plate. Repeat this step for rest of the batter

  4. Serve hot the crispy Broken Wheat Dosa | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai | Daliya Dosa with any chutney or sambar or Idli Podi
  5. Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | How to make Broken Wheat Rava Dosa
    Broken Wheat Dosa Recipe | Samba Godhumai Rava Dosai Recipe | Daliya Dosa Recipe | 


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  1. Dear madam,
    What does the star next to your measurements indicate? I don't see a reference to it anywhere in the recipe.

    Thanks,
    Janaki

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  2. Thanks for all your diabetic recipes. Broken wheat rava dosa will try today. Please also post millet recipes. Thank you for step-by-step pictures, and your awesome recipes.

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