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How to prepare Cheesy Carrot Dosa Recipe

Updated on July 2, 2015
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Cheesy Carrot Dosa Recipe

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Recipe Introduction

Dear Readers,

This hub teaches you how to make Cheesy Carrot Dosa Recipe. Another dosa variety along with Cheese to try and serve your family. Enjoy and good luck.

Please share your feedback after you try the recipe.

Cheesy Carrot Dosa

Cheesy Carrot Dosa
Cheesy Carrot Dosa

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 5 min
Ready in: 15 min
Yields: Serves two people
Finely chopped carrot
Finely chopped carrot
Grated cheese
Grated cheese

Ingredients

  • 2 cup Dosa Batter, (salt added)
  • Refined Oil, (as required)
  • ½ cup Carrot, (finely chopped or finely grated)
  • ¼ cup Processed Cheese, (grated)
  • Salt
  • 1/2 tea spoon Chilly powder or Black pepper
  • ½ teaspoon Tomato ketchup

How to prepare dosa batter:

  1. Take 3 cups of rice and 1 cup of skinned urad dal.
  2. Keep both the ingredients in separate bowls.
  3. Pour water for them to soak.
  4. Allow them to soak for 3-4 hours atleast.
  5. After the given time drain water from the rice and urad dal.
  6. In a grinder or blender, grind the ingredients separately, pouring little required water now and then.
  7. Grind them to fine paste. Finally mix both the ground rice and urad dal paste.
  8. Add little salt and mix well.
  9. Fermentation is necessary for a good dosa. So place the dosa batter in the room temperature for 6-8 hours.
  10. Dosa batter is ready.
  11. Dosa batter can be used 3-4 days when kept in cool place.

Instructions

  1. Place a non stick tawa or iron tawa on a medium flame. Add one or two drops of oil and rub with half onion. This process avoids Dosa from sticking to the tawa.
  2. Pour one ladle of batter in the centre of tawa and spread it in a circular motion as shown in the image.
  3. Drizzle one tea spoon of oil around and across the dosa.
  4. Put tomato ketchup on the cooking dosa batter and spread the tomato ketchup evenly.
  5. With in no time add grated carrot, cheese, chilly powder and salt.
  6. Note: If cheese is salted added very little salt or not required. Salt and chilly powder has to be sprinkled on the dosa batter. Keep all ingredients near you for the process, as the time for the procedure is very less.
  7. Spread the ingredients on the cooking dosa batter.
  8. Once the dosa is cooked, roll the dosa as shown in the image and take it out of the flame.
  9. Note: Don’t worry the upper portion of the dosa will be cooked with its own steam. If you think it is not cooked, flip the dosa for few seconds then flip back and roll.
  10. Serve hot with any chutney or idly milagai podi or it can be hod with tomato ketchup
Pour dosa batter on the tawa and spread in a circular motion
Pour dosa batter on the tawa and spread in a circular motion
Drizzle oil in and across the dosa
Drizzle oil in and across the dosa
Spread tomato ketchup on the dosa
Spread tomato ketchup on the dosa
Sprinkle Carrot on the dosa
Sprinkle Carrot on the dosa
Sprinkle the grated cheese on the dosa
Sprinkle the grated cheese on the dosa
Sprinkle red chilly powder and salt evenly on the cooking dosa
Sprinkle red chilly powder and salt evenly on the cooking dosa
Give a slight & even press on the dosa
Give a slight & even press on the dosa
Roll the dosa
Roll the dosa
Cheesy Carrot Dosa is ready. Transfer to a serving plate.
Cheesy Carrot Dosa is ready. Transfer to a serving plate.

© 2013 Ravi and Swastha

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    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Thanks planetpink

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      Deepalakshmi 

      4 years ago from London,Ontario

      Very easy to cook.Nice dosa

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Oh that is a good information for us. Yeah definitely it is very easy to cook. Sure. Many such recipes would be published. Keep watching us Peachpurple.

      Thanks for your comments.

      Mrs.Choosetolive.

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      peachy 

      4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      dosa looks similar to pancakes and popiah, locally. Delicious and easy to prepare. Gonna try them this weekend

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