Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Spring Dosa

BM # 52   Week 1   Day 3

My hubby is a hard core fan of South Indian cuisine and specially Dosas. Normally I make masala dosas and the masala is that of potatoes , but sometimes I find that very boring and prefer a Spring Dosa. Spring Dosas are very popular in Mumbai and it has a delicious stuffing. The stuffing includes, shredded cabbage, carrot , capsicum and coconut. The spices are moderate and somehow this is light on the tummy too.

I made this Dosa along with some Sambar and two delicious chutneys. The chutney recipes were given by our dear friend Padma , which will come up soon. This is my post under weekend dinner for Day 3 , BM # 52. 
 

 1 cup Dosa Batter

Stuffing
1 onion , sliced
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
Pinch asafoetida
Few curry leaves
1-4 tsp Bengal gram
1/4 tsp white gram 
2 whole red chillies, broken
1 cup onion, chopped
1 cup cabbage, shredded
1/2 cup carrot, julienned
1 /2 cup capsicum, julienned
Salt to taste
Heat oil.
Add mustard seeds, grams, asafoetida, curry leaves and whole red chillies.
Saute for a minute.
Add slit green chillies.
Add onions and capsicums. Saute.
Add cabbage and carrots.
Add salt and give it a good toss.
Switch off the gas and add coriander leaves and grated coconut.
Serve with Sambar and chutneys.
  


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10 comments:

  1. I have never heard about these dosas or this stuffing being used in a dosa recipe. Or for that matter I haven't tasted so many versions that seem to have become popular in India in the recent times like the cheese dosas and others.
    Your dosas must be yummy with all those side dishes.

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  2. Hearing about the spring dosa for the first time..very interesting..I enjoyed your weekend display!

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  3. Spring dosa is such a nice variation to the starchy potato filling. Though I love the traditional filling this looks awesome.

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  4. Wow, wat a stuffing, btw u make wonderful dosas than the South Indians Vaishali.

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  5. Spring dosa looks great.. Very different filling., sure will taste yummy.

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  6. what a beautiful plate even just to look at :)

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  7. Never heard of spring dosa but would love to try our. Love the stuffing in these dosas.

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  8. I love that crispy, crunchy and colorful stuffing. Spring dosas look amazing. Will definitely try these out some time.

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