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Hotel Style Crispy Dosa | How to make Restaurant Style Dosa

Hotel Style Dosa

Dosa / dosai is a fermented crepe made from rice and urad dal. It's a staple dish in southern India. It's also well known in Sri Lanka., Malaysia, Singapore and Myanmar(where they call it as Thosay). It is served with sambar, coconut chutney, pudhina chutney.

Hotel Style Dosa

I always wanted to make hotel style crispy dosa at home. But failed at the end as the batter we make at home was little bit different from them. So I go on trying the perfect way of preparing and finally made one like that. Today I'm going to tell you the secret of this recipe.

Here goes the recipe.

Hotel style crispy dosa

Ingredients:

Rice - 1/2 cup plus 2tblspn
Urad dal - 3/4 cup
Rice flour - 1/2 cup
Salt - as needed
Oil / ghee for dosa

Method:

Soak together rice and urad dal for 2 hours.

Grind it along with rice flour, add salt and allow it to ferment overnight.

Mix flour with little water. It should not be too watery.

Heat a skillet, pour batter using ladle with flat base and spread it in circular motion, make it as thin as possible.

Pour oil over the dosa and cook on high flame. Remove any excess batter over it with a help of spoon.

Remove from skillet once cooked.

Serve hot with sambar and chutney.

Enjoy!

 Pictorial:

hotel dosa ingredients
Keep your ingredients ready
Soak urad dal and rice
Soak together rice and urad dal for 2 hours
Grind them
First, grind rice and urad dal
add rice flour
Add rice flour to it and grind to a smooth paste
add salt
Add salt and allow it to ferment overnight
use flat based bowl
Use a flat based bowl to spread the batter
spread dosa
Take a bowl of batter and start to spread it. Make it as thin as possible or you can remove excess later
drizzle some oil
Sprinkle little oil
remove excess
Cook on high flame, remove any excess batter to make it thin.
turn to the other side
When it begins to brown, turn it to the other side
dosa ready
Remove from skillet once cooked
hotel style dosa ready
Its ready

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