Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Bread Dosa–Instant Dosa–No Fermentation Dosa–Easy Breakfast Recipe

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        Breakfast is very important meal of the day. Usually I prefer quick, easy and tasty breakfast in hurry burry mornings. Today I come up with quick instant dosa which doesn’t require any fermentation. Dosa is very popular south Indian breakfast which needs soaking and fermenting time.  This bread dosa is easy and quick without any fermentation and with few handy ingredients. Hot smile

       

         I already posted easy breakfast option Rava Idly, Upma, Cheesy capsicum toast, Sabudana khichdi etc. The bread dosa can be made with white or multi grain bread.This is a good way to use old bread or any fresh bread.  These crispy and tasty dosa can be paired with coconut coriander chutney and hot cardamom tea……isn't it yummyCoffee cupRolling on the floor laughing !!

               

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Prep Time: 10minutes | Cook time: 20 minutes | Makes:10

 

Ingredient

Bread

4 slices

Suji/Rava

1/2 cup

Rice flour

1 cup

Curd

1 cup

Salt

To taste

Chili Powder

1/2 tsp

 

To Temper

Oil

1 tsp

Chopped onion( I used red onion )

1 small

Chopped coriander leaves

2 tsp

Cumin seeds

1/2 tsp

Mustard seeds

1/2 tsp

Salt

A pinch

 

How to make?

  • Cut sides of the bread and sprinkle some water and keep aside for 2-3 minutes. Squeeze excess water.

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  • In mixer jar add curd, rice flour, rava and squeeze bread with required salt. Add enough water to help in grinding. Grid them in a smooth batter. It should be a pouring consistency.

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  • In a pan hit oil and temper with items under “To temper”. Add chopped onions and fry till onions becomes slightly brown. Add chopped coriander, stir well and turn off the gas.

  • Add this mixture and chilli powder into above ground batter. Mix well.

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  • Now heat pan, sprinkle some oil in the pan and gently rub it with wet kitchen towel or paper. Now spread a ladle full of batter evenly. Drizzle some oil and cook until its golden brown. Roast other side as well.

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  • Serve hot dosa with chutney or ketchup.

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Notes :

  • You can use multigrain or brown bread also.

  • Batter stay fresh till next day.

  • Add veggies according to your choice to give extra flavor.

Sending this recipe to Kids Lunch Box Event hosted by IndusLadies.

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30 comments:

  1. Love instant dosas, wonderful way to finish stale bread slices.

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  2. will try this for kids lunch box, looks crunchy too.

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  3. When I saw bread dosa I was thinking bread is easy why make dosa (more work) but this one with curd and tempering etc looks so yummy.I dont mind going extra mile.

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  4. I cant believe how nicely breads can work as for dosas :) Join our dosa venture at facebook group Cyber Food Party
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1551154425097601/ lots more coming up

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  5. Bread dosa instant and quick version love it:-)

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  6. Wow dosa,my favourite,will try definitely.superb pictures,great clicks

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  7. Dosa is my favourite too..! I love cook instant easy to make food..

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  8. Wow never tried bread dosa before....looks so good, such wonderful clicks :)

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  9. Nice creativity.. delicious looking instant dosa.

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  10. this is lovely..looks yummy and so quick and easy...love your clicks

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  11. Looks so easy and perfect. Nicely presented.

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  12. Hats off yaar...... really innovative one........ love to try n eat it.......

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  13. very interesting and innovative creation dear....hats off you....love it!

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  14. Love the takes!!! Instant versions are always handy

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  15. wow interesting and mouthwatering dosa...

    http://kurinjikathambam.blogspot.in/

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  16. Interesting innovative dosas. Love to try this.

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  17. a new & interesting dosa recipe.................lovely pictures.
    www.tastentips.blogspot.in

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  18. this was there in my list t otry from long time.. have to try soon

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  19. Would love to try but wonder what's the purpose of the bread?

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  20. Wonderful idea. Tried it today for breakfast.I added grated carrots,cabbage,cell pepper to it with crushed ginger and green chilli. Came out really good. Thanks for the recipe.

    Alpana Deo
    (www.mothersgurukul.com)

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  21. I tried this morning and they dint turn to be brown.. what cud b the reason. can u pls guide me

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    1. Checkout your batter consistency, if the batter is too wet your dosa might just not turn out crispy and brown. You can add little extra rice flour for more crispier Sosa, hope it helps!!

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  22. Interesting addition to dosa fans...love it...

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  23. great idea and lovely looking dosa

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  24. what can we use instead of curd.. TIA

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