Don't be scared of the name Thavala Dosa and assume that the dosa is made of Frog :-) This is absolutely vegetarian recipe only. My mom used to make this yummy dish for breakfast or even for evening snack when we come back from school. This is similar to Thavala Adai. A slight twist to thavala ada will become a crunchy thavala dosa. This dosa would taste good only if eaten hot. Crunchiness of the patter along with pepper gives a unique taste to the dish. A best accompaniment for this yummy and crunchy thavala dosa is Idli Podi or Spicy Tomato Chutney. This is one of the instant dosa dish too!


Thavala Dosa Recipe | How to make Thavala Dosa
Thavala Dosa Recipe | How to make Thavala Dosa


Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time10 mins
Cooking Time15 mins
Yield12

Thavala Dosa Recipe | How to make Thavala Dosa
Thavala Dosa Recipe | How to make Thavala Dosa

Ingredients:
Raw Rice1 Cup*
Thurdal1/2 Cup
Pepper Corns2 teaspoon
SaltTo taste
Sour Curd1 Cup
Curry LeavesFew


Method:

  1. Add rice, thurdal, pepper corns in a mixer. Grind these to a coarse rawa

  2. Take coarse powder in a vessel. To that add salt, curd and curry leaves and mix well to make a dosa batter. Leave this batter aside for about 10 - 15 minutes

  3. After 15 mins, heat a tawa, pour a ladle of thavala dosa batter and sprinkle little oil. Cover the tawa with a lid and let the dosa gets cooked on one side. Then flip the dosa to other side and again cover and cook the dosa. Repeat the same step for the rest of batter. 

  4. Serve the yummy and crunchy Thavala dosa with Tomato Chutney or Idli podi and enjoy your breakfast!
  5. Thavala Dosa Recipe | How to make Thavala Dosa
    Thavala Dosa Recipe | How to make Thavala Dosa

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  1. Should we soak the dal & rice or directly grind it to coarse powder..

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    1. Hi jaya, we don't need to soak the dal and rice. Directly add the dal and rice to the mixer and grind it to a coarse powder

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  2. Hi,
    Raw rice as in any rice or raw rice as in the one we use for making uttappas ?

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    1. for uttapas we use parboiled rice/ idli rice. raw rice is sona masoori or pacharisi

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  3. Can i use basmati rice instead?

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    1. Yes we can use the basmati rice

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  4. Can we use fresh curd instead of sour curd and can we also use very sour curd?

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  5. Why tis dish is called so.. Any special reason??

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