Latest Dosa Recipes

Below you will find a complete list of Dosa recipes including the popular and the lesser known recipes. There are a lot of different tastes when it comes to food, so it’s best to experiment with a variety of different dishes before deciding what you like best.
  • There are many different ways to make a dosa, but the Podi Dosa is one of the most popular. It is spicy and delicious, and can be made at home …

  • Rava Dosa is a popular South Indian dosa variety made with semolina, rice flour and maida. In some places instead of rice flour, wheat flour is used. Unlike the traditional …

  • Vegetable Dosa with cheese is a simple and different variety of dosa that kids will enjoy. Some kids are very fussy eaters. By adding vegetables to everyday dishes that they …

  • Pesarattu or Green Gram Dosa is a popular dish from the state of Andhra Pradesh / Telangana. Similar to a dosa but made with green gram instead of urad dal, …

  • Mushroom Dosa is a healthy and delicious breakfast dish for kids and adults alike. They can be also be served for lunch or dinner. Stuffed with a mushroom masala, this …

  • A quick, healthy and nutritious dosa variety made with ragi flour. Ragi is rich in protein and minerals when compared to other cereals. It is also rich in calcium and …

  • The staple food of South India, Dosa is famous all over India and is known as the ‘Pancake of India’ in foreign countries. Made from rice batter, dosa is rich …

  • Mysore, a city with a rich cultural heritage and history is not only famous for its palaces and Dusshera festival but is also known for its special cuisine. The Mysore …

  • While you may be seeking to implement a perfectly healthy diet for your family, they are likely to come up with demands for something interesting and new. Presenting the dining …

  • Samai is a type of millet which is also sometimes referred as little millet. It is packed with nutrients such as calcium, fiber, iron, minerals and much more. Therefore, the …

  • Onion Rava Dosa  is a delicious and crispy snack found in the menu of every South Indian restaurant. It is easy to make and is perfect for a great evening …

  • This Andhra style Onion Dosa is an easy to make dosa variety with dosa topped up with chopped sambar onions & chillies. Serve this dosai with chutney and sambar of …

  • Varagu Arisi (Kodo Millet) is a healthy and nutritious grain rich in protein and iron. Ideal for those who are diabetic or trying to reduce/control their weight. Perfect for breakfast …

  • A different variety of dosa with Pav Bhaji filling popular in Mumbai. A delicious and yummy dosa variation. Ingredients: Dosa Batter as required Onion – 1 Tomato – 1 Potato …

Dosa Recipes

Dosa is a widely known dish made with a fermented smooth batter made from a mixture of ground rice and black gram. Dosa is known by names like dose and dosai around the South depending on the state and language.

Though eaten regularly in most parts of South India, its origins are said to be from Udupi in Karnataka. According to a few historians, as per the Sangam literature, Dosas were already eaten around the 1st century A.D., in the ancient Tamil country. The Dosas during that time were soft and thick. The present-day crispier and thinner version of Dosas evolved from Udupi.

After India’s independence, this South Indian dish became widespread and popular in the Northern parts of India too. It is usually accompanied with hot sambar, potato stuffing, and chutney. Different types of chutneys made from coconut, tomato, or mint are relished with it.

Dosa is low in fat, rich in minerals, high in proteins and carbohydrates, and low in calories. Its fermented nature makes it extremely easy to digest and increases its content of Vitamin B and Vitamin C. This qualifies it as a superfood.

Dosa is best enjoyed when it is freshly made and served hot. Once prepared, the batter of Dosa can be stored in the refrigerator for a few days.

Adding finely chopped onions, green chilies and tomatoes to it will accentuate the flavor of the Dosa. In our country, Dosa is made in over 50 different ways with a variety of combinations of spices and vegetables.

Some states in India also have it with chicken curry. You can even use ragi (a type of millet, which is extremely healthy) or Rava (Semolina) instead of rice in the batter to make Ragi dosa or RavaDoas.

Being a healthy and tasty dish that has a versatility of its own, Dosa is a favorite among people from all over the country and is widely eaten by the Tamils of Sri Lanka as well.