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Steam Dosa Recipe | How to make Steam Dosa | (Steamed Dosa)

Steam dosa recipe | how to make steam dosa | steamed dosa, is a soft and spongy dosa made with urad dal, rice and sagu or sabudana. Dosa is a typical south indian breakfast, you can find it easily. But steamed dosa or steam dosa is a bit different from regular dosa. Regular dosa is thin and crysp. Dosa is served with curry or any chutney of your choice. But whereas steam dosa is fluffy and soft. Thicker than set dosa. Steam dosa is served with jaggery syrup and any chuntey of our choice. To make a regular or traditional dosa we spread the batter all over the dosa tawa, but for steam dosa gently pour the batter and gently spread it. So that we can get thick dosa. Cover and cook, hence it is called steam dosa. Steam dosa has got another name also Chiranjeevi dosa, apparently steam dosa seems to be #chiranjeevi's (South indian movie star) favourite dosa too. I have another version of steam dosa also, but it is made with leftover rice.
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Steam Dosa

Steam Dosa | Steamed Dosa | Kal Dosa | South Indian breakfast recipe

  • 1 Cup Rice/Idli Rice
  • 1/2 Cup Urad Dal
  • 1/2 Cup Sago/Sabudana
  • 2 Tbsp Toor Dal/KandiPappu
  • 1 Tsp Fenugreek Seeds
  • 1/2 Tsp Rock Salt
  • Salt to Taste
  1. In a big mixing bowl, take rice and urad dal, toor dal, fenugreek seeds.
  2. Wash them thoroughly under running water.
  3. Soak them for 4 to 5 hours.
  4. Soak sabudana separately in another mixing bowl for 4 to 5 hours.
  5. Grind all of them together to make smooth batter.
  6. While grinding add rock salt.
  7. Transfer this batter into a bowl.
  8. The batter should be little thick.
  9. Let the batter rest for 8 to 10 hours to get fermented.
  10. After 10 hours of fermenting the batter would be fluffy and doubled in volume.
  11. Add salt and mix it gently.
  12. Heat dosa tawa, pour a ladle full of dosa batter.
  13. Spread it gently, cover and cook.
  14. Cook for 5 minutes or till the upper part the dosa cooked completley.
  15. You would see the moisture on top of the batter dries up and the dosa also have lot of holes on it.
  16. This is the indication that the dosa is cooked completely.
  17. Transfer the dosa on to serving plate.
  18. Need not cook the other side.
  19. Serve steam dosa or steamed dosa with jaggery syrup and onion chutney.

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