Here a is recipe for vegetable dosa,
Ingrediants: Nutrition facts
1 cup of Raggi flour High Iron and Protein
1 cup of jowar flour Iron
1 cup of wheat flour Carbohydrates
1 Cucumber grated
3-4 Baby carrots grated
2 Beans Sliced thinly
5 Broccoli sliced(flower pieces)
Add any other vegetables of your choice.
Mix all the three flours
Mix grated and sliced vegetables in the flour, make a smooth batter like tortilla batter by adding little water.
Note: donot add more water as cucumber has water in it.
Add salt to taste
Make round balls and spread like a tortilla with hands on a Fresh clean aluminium foil. Pour a drop of oil on the foil so that the batter wont stick to the foil.
Keep the Pan on the stow, when it is hot keep the raw dosa on the pan, add little oil and turn the dosa to eihter sides untill it is finely done.
Serve hot and eat the dosa with Yogurt!!! umm... its really yummy.
Nice - but yes, we need to know more familiar names for the flours. Also there are no spices in them ??
You probably know how to make the very thin chappati type wrap for spring rolls - if you do I watch a woman in our market making them every day and would love to know how to make that gloopy dough !
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Dhosa very good indeed! However, you should make this into a hub.
Also you need to explain what raggi flour and jowar flour are. I would not be able to use your recipe without this knowledge.
Ragi flour - made from Ragi, also known as "african millet" or "finger millet"
Jowar flour - made from Sorghum
The above grains are very commonly used in India to make unleavened breads (rotis), porridge and pancakes. They are high in fiber, have around the same carbohydrate content (if not slightly lesser) as wheat, and are complete protein sources. You should be able to find these flours at an ethnic Indian grocery store.
This hub really has potential, I think you should add to it. Start off with a paragraph or two of what a dosa is. (Vege pancake from India?)Providing a picture or two would be great. The headline really grabbed my attention but I was a bit disappointed because I feel that you could have added a lot more.
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