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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Vegetable-masala-dosa
I had this vegetable masala dosa when I visited Hot chips restaurant here in Singapore. The masala was very different from the usual one and to my eyes I could only see the vegetables cabbage and carrot grated with rich masala. I just love it very much and I know I am going to try it out very soon and I did. My kid too loved this one,definitely I am going to make this often as we eat veggies along with our regular dosa!

vegetable-masala

Vegetable masala dosa recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients


Cauliflower,carrot, beans and cabbage  2 cups all together 
Pav bhaji masala  2 tsp 
Biryani masala or garam masala  1/2 tsp 
Salt  as needed 
Turmeric  1/4 tsp 
Milk  1/4 cup 
Oil  2 tblsp 


Method

  1. Heat oil in a pan and add the cut vegetables. You can add 1/4 tsp of sugar while sautéing to keep the veggies crisp and colourful. Fry for 2 minutes.Add turmeric,both masala powders and salt.1-veg-masala
  2. Give a quick stir.Add milk and cook covered for 2 minutes.2-veg-masala
  3. Mix well till oil separates. Transfer to the serving bowl.3-veg-masala
Make dosa as show in the below version. Here is the updated version masala dosa picture.

vegetable-masala-dosai



(OLD VERSION)


Ingredients:

Ingredients for MASALA filling:

Cabbage and carrot(grated) 1 & 1/2 cups
Salt as needed
Oil 2 tsp

Masala to grind:
Coconut 1/4 cup
Cashews(optional) 5-6 nos.
Garlic flake 1 no.
Green chilli 2-3 nos.
Fennel,soambu 3/4 tsp
Cinnamon 1/2 inch piece
elachi,clove 1 each

The masala filling

Method:

  1. Grate the veggies and grind the items under ‘To grind’ table with little water to make a thick paste.Heat a pan with oil and fry the carrots first for a minute or two in medium flame ,followed by cabbage and salt and fry for two minutes in low flame.
  2. Grindsaute veggies
  3. Add the ground masala and fry in medium flame till the raw smell goes off.You can cook covered to ensure even cooking of the veggies. Add oil if needed.Sprinkle water if needed.Usually the water in the ground masala is enough,but if you feel you need more water you can sprinkle little,but at the end the masala should be a semi dry one.
  4. Add masala groundDSC_1766
  5. Make thin dosa,drizzle little oil and keep the stuffing in the middle and fold as shown in the picture,to make a triangle. If you are not comfortable in making this shape,you can just fold simply as we do for the usual masala dosa(semi circle form).Click on the picture if you wish to see larger.
  6. Keep stuffingfold edgesfold

Serve hot with coconut chutney or chutneys of your choice!

Special vegetable masala dosa - Hot chips style

Do try this easy masala dosa and let me know how you liked itFingers crossed!

Notes:
  • I dint add cashew nut,its optional,it gives a rich taste,so you can make it for your special guests Smile
  • The whole garam masalas can be of your choice of combination. You can omit one or add one of your choice…
  • I dint grate the veggie,instead cut them,but in the restaurant they’d grated the veggies.
  • You can fry onion along with the veggies.

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73 comments:

  1. Crispy dosa! Adding cabbage and carrots are really a nice twist. Will try it and let you know soon! :)

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  2. Vegetable masal is a very unique idea...

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  3. aaha - it looks restaurant served !! yumm !

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  4. Wowwwwwwwwwwwww Rak u makes me hungry.Dosa came out very nice and inviting.

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  5. That is an unique filling for dosai - never tasted it before. Seems pretty easy and your pictures are perfect.

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  6. looks yumm..just like the hotel ones..am first going to try that hot chips..hubby says its is good..

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  7. i am yet to try this restaurant, saw it last time we went to mussu :)

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  8. wow thats makes me feel hungry dear.....

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  9. That dosa platter looks like from a restaurant around the corner..very nicely done!

    US Masala

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  10. Yummy looking veg masala dosa....Crispy and perfect dosas....apdiye hotela kudukara mari iruku

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  11. Looks yum and ur dosa is crispy n perfect ....

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  12. Wow raji,very tempting Dosa...

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  13. Delicioius looking dosa. yummm...

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  14. Nice Variation to our regular masala, it looks perfect out of a restaurant.

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  15. Looks absolutely good and yumm ;) Perfect.. please pass me one.

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  16. it is tempting ....looks yummy!

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  17. Lovey stuffing raji...we do different kinds of stuffing for dosa,I make one stuffing wid mixed veggies,this is some wat similar to that..will post my recipe too soon

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  18. Love the way you have folded the dosa, will try this trick.

    Lite Bite

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  19. its really healthy dosa. Nice way to avoid aalo in dosa. love it

    Cook Healthy

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  20. I wish I could grab the plate. The dosa looks so tempting .... super thin and crispy and a great masala to go with it. Yummm n Drooooolzzzz

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  21. crispy healthy and attractive dosa

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  22. The stuffing is winner :) Want to grab ur dosa!

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  23. More than the filling, I love the dosa color. Looks like the one which they give in the restaurants!! Will try soon and let you know!!

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  24. Looks so tempting!!

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  25. Humm Realy different nice try Raji will try this for dinner....ur tempting meeeeeeeeeeee...........

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  26. Attractive and we get different varieties of masal dosa in Coimbatore annapurna hotel.. Nostalgic ..

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  27. Even i didnt try this hot chips yet. This dosa looks very yummy and adding up all veggies makes it so yummy and healthy,cute presentation

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  28. I make somewhat a similar side dish for roti with cabbage and carrot .Dosa looks yummy with the stuffings
    Padhuskitchen

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  29. OMG!!!! Raks romba pasikarathu dosai paartha vudane!!!!! Dosa is so very inviting, i can even smell the aroma!!! seriously, not joking!!!

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  30. Wow,the first pic is making me drool.I like the way restaurants introduce new variety of masalas!!here,in Sangeetha,they have so many variety of masala dosas that I find it tough to order!!

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  31. Hey that's a new one!, looks gorgeous as always!, thanks for sharing, My kids love Masala dosa, this is so different I am going to give it a try

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  32. Masala dosa is one of my all time fav Indian Snacks. The pic is tempting and mouth watering.

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  33. Raji, it looks sooooo yum!

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  34. btw, i went and got paneer to try to paneer tikka. :)

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  35. *that should be "to try **your** paneer tikka :)

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  36. This looks different than the usual potato masala...love the unique flavor from garam masala!!looks yummy!!

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  37. wow...crispy and tasty filling...better and healthier than the regular potato filling!!...too good and tempting!

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  38. nice and crispy dosa....perfecty done

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  39. wow.wow..wow..Can i an order for this masala dosa with veggies, awesome Raks and very tempting pics too..

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  40. Masala is very innovative and looks delicoius. Will surely give it a try. Love your step by step pics. Just yesterday I made masala Dosa with Paneer Burji stuffed in between. It was a welcome change.

    Regards,
    Seema
    amchi-bong-konnexion.blogspot.com
    seemabbas.blogspot.com

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  41. will try and let u know
    seems delicious and healthy

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  42. I envy all of you who can swirl up such perfect dosas. you make it look so effortless and when I try my hands its a big mess. love the stuffing idea.

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  43. Wowww yennaku udane saapidanam pola irruku..delicious masala dosai..

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  44. Delicious masala dosa. i must try this :) Lovely pics as usual :)

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  45. Thanks Raji. Going to try this today! I am a very average cook, so wish me luck dear! :)

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  46. If i ever come to you place i want this. Looks so so perfect, crisp and so so YUMMY. YOu are a eal professional :-)

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  47. The dosa looks very inviting....great way to make kids eat veggies!

    Vegetarian Cultural Creatives

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  48. Dosa looks so crispy and mouthwatering... loved the filling with coconut masala.

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  49. Nice.. i have a question .. why cant i c More kozhambu recipe?

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  50. Yummy looking dosa..loved the filling!

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  51. OMG, this is the best dosa pic I have ever seen. Very very beautiful click. I am simply drooling all over it.

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  52. Hi saranya,sorry I think I missed to add the link in the recipe index,I will edit now,thanks for stopping by! :)

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  53. Hey!! I tried this yesterday. Came out well. My 3 year old rewarded me by saying "masala nalla irukkummaa!" All credit goes to you. THANK YOU!

    And I managed to fold the dosa just like u did ;-)

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  54. wow...drooooooooling here...irresistable clicks..must have tasted delicious sure da.
    Tasty appetite

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  55. looks delicious dear....
    masala sounds different from the usual one.
    got to try this soon....
    lovely clicks :)

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  56. Looks yummmy!! Will follow up ur website for new posts...

    http://relish-a-dish.blogspot.com

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  57. Hey deepa,thanks a lot for taking time to write here and thats so sweet of your kiddo,you made my day :)

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  58. Raks, I am sharing the first award i received with you too. Please accept this. I am just a beginner, but please accept this as a token of appreciation for all your efforts and for inspiring me.

    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  59. Hi
    Lovely stuffing.Will make a good sandwich filling too.
    I have an award for you. Pl collect it.
    Meena
    http://chettinadthruminu.blogspot.com/2011/02/thank-you.html

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  60. Oh my my looks stunning now I'm craving for it, wish to dig into right away :)

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  61. Wow !! Looks realistic. Mouth watery too :)

    Do visit my blog space. Hope u like it
    recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  62. Wow, what a creative take on a masala dosa, loved it !

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  63. Looks very yummy raks and as usual i loved your macro clicks. Its 12 am here its cold outside and i am drooling at your masala dosai...YUM! Shall def try this the next time I make dosa batter!!! Should make a very filling masal WITHOUT the alu...dont u think???

    Shobha

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  64. yummoo.. looks so colorful and yummy toooo~

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  65. Tried this and came out great.

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  66. Tried this and came out great.

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  67. loved the fun tutorial- good one

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  68. Raks, I tried this and really nice alternative to traditional Potato masala dosa.. Potato masala something that we all dislike.. So it is good way to do masala dosa again in our house hold :-)
    http://great-secret-of-life.blogspot.in/2012/07/vegetable-dosa.html

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