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quick rice dosa recipe is an ideal South Indian breakfast recipe, which is quick and a great alternative to sada dosa as this is a no fermentation quick rice dosa. So save the long hours of waiting for fermentation.
Quick rice dosa is super quick and easy to make. If you have left over rice BINGO!! As, this dosa batter requires cooked rice. If you have guests coming in, you can definitely rely on this instant rice dosa as it doesn’t require much time for preparation and even for cooking.
The process of making quick rice dosa is too simple and divided into two parts. For making the dosa batter, combine raw rice, grated coconut, cooked rice and little water in a mixer and blend everything well. Transfer mixture into a deep bowl. The mixture shouldn’t be too thin, add salt and keep aside for 10 mins. For the second step, to make the dosa take a non stick pan, sprinkle little water over it and gently wipe off with a tissue or a cloth. Pour a ladle full of batter and spread it in a circular motion to make a circle. Smear butter over it and also in the edges, cook for 2 mins and your quick rice dosa is ready!!
As this dosa requires no soaking or fermentation it can be prepared in a jiffy and the addition of cooked rice makes this instant rice dosa soft despite of not soaking the raw rice.
Make sure you serve quick rice dosa immediately with coconut chutney or sambhar!
Enjoy quick rice dosa recipe | instant rice dosa | no fermentation quick rice dosa | with detailed step by step photos below.
- To make quick rice dosa, combine the raw rice, coconut, cooked rice and ½ cup of water in a mixer and blend till smooth.
- Transfer the mixture into a deep bowl, add the salt and approx. 5 tbsp of water and mix well. Cover with a lid and keep it aside for 10 minutes.
- Heat a non-stick tava (griddle), sprinkle a little water on it and wipe it off gently using a muslin cloth.
- Pour a ladleful of the batter on it and spread it in a circular motion to make a 125 mm. (5”) diameter circle.
- Smear a little butter over it and along the edges and cook on a medium flame for 1 to 2 minutes. Take care to see that the dosa does not become crisp as this is a soft dosa.
- Fold over to make a semi-circle or a roll.
- Repeat with the remaining batter to make 7 more quick rice dosas.
- Serve the quick rice dosa immediately with sambhar, coconut chutney and coriander onion chutney.
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Simply put, the Dosa is a pancake. One of the most popular snacks in all of South India, over time it has become popular all over the country and globally too. Dosa is made by spreading a batter on a hot griddle and cooking it with a little oil, or sometimes even no oil, till it turns golden brown and crisp. While most people use a non-stick tava these days, you can also opt for a traditional iron tava, which will enhance the taste as well as give you a nutrient boost. The basic Dosa batter is made of rice and urad dal. The ingredients are soaked, ground into a fine batter and allowed to ferment for 8-10 hours. The Dosa can be enhanced by topping the dosa with spice powders like the Idli Milagai Podi or other ingredients like roasted coconut, chopped onions, chopped tomatoes, etc., while it is still cooking.
Slight variations in the batter or cooking procedure yield marvelously different results. Take for example the famous Benne Dosa of Karnataka. A little puffed rice is used while making the batter, the dosa is cooked with butter, and only on one side without flipping. You get a spongy dosa with one side that is absolutely crisp and golden-red. The aroma of butter simply kills your will, and makes you succumb to the temptation!
There are also dosas made with other combinations of cereals and lentils such as the Pesarattu, Moong Dal Dosa or Adai Dosa. The Neer Dosa of Karnataka is a lesser-known gem, which is definitely worth trying. You can make dosas with a mix of different grains like brown rice, nachni, sanwa, and so on. Instant dosas like Rava Dosa, Rice Rava Dosa, Instant Oats Dosa and Buckwheat Dosa can be made in a jiffy by simply mixing readymade ingredients into a batter that is ready to cook. You do not have to ferment these batters. So, they are just perfect for hurried mornings, when you have not planned for breakfast the previous night.
Dosas are made even more exciting by stuffing them with awesome fillings. The most classic example of this is the Mysore Masala Dosa, which is lined with chutney and packed with potato bhaji. You can be creative with the stuffing, and throw in just about anything you want, from paneer to spinach. Try the Stuffed Sprouts Dosa and Stuffed Wheat Dosa. Delight your kids with the Stuffed Dosa Cones or Chocolate Dosa when they come home from school!
Dosas are usually served with Sambar and one or more chutneys. If the dosa itself is elaborate and spicy, go for a mellow chutney like Coconut Chutney. If it’s a plain dosa, go for something peppier like the Tomato Chutney or Coriander Chutney. A very versatile category of snacks, Dosas can be made with varied ingredients, in varied forms and to suit anybody’s individual preferences. Check our collection of dosa recipes. So, do give it a try!
To prepare the batter for quick rice dosa recipe | instant rice dosa | no fermentation quick dosa | in a mixer jar, add washed and drained raw rice.
Add grated coconut.
Also, add cooked rice.
Add ½ cup of water. For an authentic flavour, replace water with coconut milk.
Blend everything till smooth and transfer the mixture into a deep bowl.
Add salt and approx. 5 tbsp of water.
Mix well to form a flowing consistency dosa batter.
Cover with a lid and keep it aside for 10 minutes.
To prepare the quick rice dosa recipe | instant rice dosa | no fermentation quick dosa | heat a non-stick tava (griddle), sprinkle a little water on it and wipe it off gently using a muslin cloth.
Pour a ladleful of batter on it.
Spread it in a circular motion to make a 125 mm. (5”) diameter circle. If the batter has the right consistency, you should be able to see some holes forming while pouring batter over tava.
Smear a little butter over it and along the edges and cook on a medium flame for 1 to 2 minutes.
Take care to see that the dosa does not become crisp as this is a soft dosa. Fold over to make a semi-circle or a roll.
Repeat with the remaining batter to make 7 more instant rice dosas.
Serve quick rice dosa | instant rice dosa | no fermentation quick dosa | immediately with sambhar, coconut chutney and coriander onion chutney.
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