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Friday, February 25, 2011

 Tomato dosa  

     I came to know that this variety of dosa can be made through one of my room mates Usharani, during my hostel days.I tasted the dosa and it was very similar to the dosa my mom makes just by grinding rice and fermenting it for the next day. And this dosa need not be fermented as tomato is there for tanginess! We all love this,family favourite Smile. Sorry I could not click stepwise this time I dont know.

Ingredients:

Idly rice 2 cups
Red ripe tomatoes 3, big sized
Red chilli powder or red chilli 1 tsp or 3-4 nos.
Salt and water As needed

To temper:

Oil 2 tsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Asafoetida 2 generous pinches
Curry leaves (optional) 1 sprig
Onion 1 big,,chopped finely

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Method:

  1. Soak rice for minimum 3 hours. Grind it in mixer or grinder along with tomato,redchilli.
  2. Add required salt and water. Consistency should be watery than our usual dosa batter.(slightly thick than rawa dosa batter)
  3. Heat tawa and add 2 tsp oil,temper with mustard,urad dal,curry leaves,asafoetida and then fry onion till just transparent and add it to the batter. I usually do this with coconut oil as it adds a great flavour.
  4. Pour in the heated tawa with drizzle of oil,cook on both sides. Serve with coconut chutney.

Tomato dosa

IdeaI usually soak rice overnight and morning grind it in mixer,make it for breakfast…

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80 comments:

  1. i tried this once...loved it..looks yumm..

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  2. yummy dosa..i enjoy tomato flavoured recipes

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  3. Wowo anothere variety of dosa i have never had looks so so yumm.

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  4. I havent tasted tomato dosa....very tempting they look...nice bright clicks!

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  5. very nice colour to the dosa!

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  6. These dosas look so good and can't wait to try how will it taste! My dinner for today is planned :)

    Lite Bite

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  7. Looks gud and yummy pics ...will try

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  8. This looks colorful and yummy raks..i do a diff variation..:)

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  9. Hey Raks,

    Yummy and tasty dosas..Love de beautiful clicks...:)Lovely presentation dear...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  10. The dosa looks brilliant. I'll try making this for our breakfast tomorrow :)

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  11. wow!nice red colour dosa...surely kids will like it...nice click and presentation!

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  12. Tangy and yummy dosa.. Looks really nice and tender too :)

    Orange goes so well with blue. Lovely presentation :)

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  13. Great idea:-) I am gone try it soon:-)

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  14. Naalaikku morning breakfast ithuthan, thanks Raji....

    kurinjikathambam

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  15. Wow Raji, loved your pics and the recipe. Will try this sure.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog Raks.

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  16. color is so appealing Raji. tangy and yummy dosa sooda oru plate pa

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  17. bookmarking this recipe....looks so beautiful n colourful with tempting clicks....

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  18. Yummy dosa.. and beautiful clicks..
    http://bhalokhabo.blogspot.com

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  19. Love this dosai. YUM!

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  20. wow, love it, can I have 2 or 3 please?:)


    US Masala

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  21. looks mouth-waring and delicious...tempting clicks...

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  22. Dosa looks so tasty and colorful. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  23. i have tasted this once, but never tried on my own.Will give it a try this weekend.nice clicks

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  24. WOW so innovative.. such a nice idea.. bookmarked along with many of your other wonderful recipes.

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  25. Nice thakkali dosa love the new version to sada dosa.

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  26. One of my ver very very fav dosa ....Raji pictures yellam super super.... Love the blue color plate...

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  27. I love this tangy dosa too and my mom used to make this pretty often.
    Such tempting pictures.

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  28. Love this dosa.....Loved the blue props..

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  29. Loved this dosa!!! Ideal for the evenings..;)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats corner

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  30. Diff dosa..will try it soon.. am loaded with more tomatoes in my fridge..

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  31. எனக்கு மிகவும் பிடித்த புளிப்பு சுவையுடன் கூடிய தோசை....அருமையாக இருக்கு...அழகாக சதுர வடிவில் எப்படி தோசையினை மடித்திங்க...அழகு,..

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  32. Unique dosa,yummy and inviting.

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  33. perfect color n tempting..

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  34. Love how lacy and colorful the dosa looks.

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  35. Man the color looks fabulous! This weekend I am replicating your recipes. I will tell you how it turned out.

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  36. Loving the color. Bookmarking this and will try out sometimes soon :-)

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  37. Lovely dosaa...cute one and beautiful pictures.

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  38. Romba superaa irruku Raji, tomato dosa with molagai podi appada nenachale pasikuthu..

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  39. oh! Raji I have one in my draft!, My click isn't as good as yours, will post it soon!, yours look beautiful! I keep making this whenever I have loads of Tomatoes.

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  40. This sounds so simple and looks absolutely delicious.

    Gayu
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

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  41. yummy yummy dosas Raji...wonderful breakfast!
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  42. One more new south indian recipe @ ur space, i love to know different versions of this cuisine from you. Bookmarked !

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  43. My sister used to make this with the tempering -onion -green chillies. Colourful and tasty Dosa!

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  44. I loved the way its come out so nice raks...bookmarked to try:)

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  45. Never had this before,luks very nice...will try.

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  46. New to me. Must try them out.

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  47. This one's totally up my alley - I indulge in the veggie/fruit infusion a lot - bookmarking!

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  48. wow, that is so new and interesting, love the idea of adding tomatoes in dosa itself.

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  49. Thank you for the recipe! This recipe is totally new to me and I tried it out today. The dosa was very tasty! I added some green chillies and cilantro too to the dosa. I love that it is almost instant and I don't need to wait and ferment it!

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  50. This is really good...never tried this...even though I add tomato to make uttappam with dosa batter...

    FunWidFud

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  51. Looks soo good...love the color!!Yummy!!

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  52. Thanks for this Wonderful Recipe...I was just scratching my head to decide on what to make for tomorrow's breakfast....Soaking Rice straight away now...Btw Dosa looks Perfect
    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  53. Combining the hearty healthy tomato with the traditionally yummy dosai is rather creative and adds that dash of good health and cheer to an otherwise normal dish! Today, with more and more lifestyle related diseases like obesity and diabetes plaguing us Indians, such a recipe would do us a world of good, not to mention cater to our taste buds! For some expert tips on healthy eating habits check out our blog at http://knorratseven.blogspot.com/

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  54. அந்த ப்ளேட்ல உள்ள நீல கலர் & வெள்ளை கலர் சேர்ந்து அந்த கண்ணாடில ஒரு அழகான டிசைனா வந்து மார்டன் ஆர்ட் மாதிரி இருக்குப்பா!!..:) சூப்பர்!!

    சொல்ல மறந்துட்டேனே, தக்காளி தோசையும் நன்னா தான் இருக்கு!!..:)

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  55. Lovely twist to the regular dosa!!

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  56. great job raks...will try this yaar..

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  57. Hi Raks,

    I know you just LOVE dosas...nice variety here!!!!Love the light red colour of the dosas. I love tomatoes and dosas so its bringing what you love together in one dish!!

    Shobha

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  58. Awesome looking tomato dosas, i am always in for variety dosas...Cute clicks raks..

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  59. My son loves this and i make it at least twice a month.
    Nice recipe, raks :)

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  60. very yum recipe and clicks.Would really help me if you could share with me some tips on photography.What kind of lighting do you use?

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  61. What alternative can I use instead of Idly Rice?

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  62. Sona masoori or any other eating rice you can try with

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  63. Thank you!! :) I'd also like the recipe for Dosa Batter. Can you send it to me?

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  64. I tried this recipe and it was extremely easy to prepare. Very tasty and healthy too.
    Have mentioned it on my blog, trust its fine.
    http://mygastronomicworld.blogspot.in/2012/07/tomato-dosa.html
    Cheers
    Nitya

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  65. Thank you for the recipe,tried it today for breakfast it was awesome.
    Cheers,
    Pavitraa

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  66. Hi Raks...Can the leftover batter be stored in the refrigerator? If yes for how many days can I keep it? Can the batter be used immediately to make dosas or should it be left to ferment? Pl answer both queries.
    Regards
    Shweta

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    1. Yes sure you can store it in fridge and also make immediately. I havenot tried making immediately, but I think there should not be any problem. But fermentaion makes it tastier and gives porous texture.

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  67. Thanks for replying....for how long shud it be left to ferment?

    Reards
    Shweta

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  68. Overnight is best, minimum 4 hours otherwise

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  69. Dear mam am one of ur fan. Aft tryn this thakali dosa my dosa tawa get burnt and not at all working now ;-(

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  70. can u plz tell me what is idli rice?

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    1. It is a variety of parboiled rice which we use specially for making idlies. Available in south Indian stores.

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    2. can we use raw rice instead of idli rice?

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    3. I am a great fan of this Dosa. I make these Dosa regularly. Slight variation i add 1 tsp urad dal and one garlic

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