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Friday, July 03, 2009

Bellam Dosa/Sweet Dosa

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My daughter had this dosa in her school.Her friend gave her one small piece of sweet dosa.From that day she was pestering me do this dosa.Google aunty helped with this recipe and it was great hit with her.Now she is having summer vacation and everyday she is asking me to make this.This tastes good with ghee.Here is the recipe:-

Ingredients:-

Raw rice - 1 Cup
Rice flakes - 1 tbsp
Methi seeds - 1 small spoon
Jaggery - Half Cup
Coconut - 1/4 Cup

Method:-

1.Soak raw rice, rice flakes and methi seeds together in water for one hour
2.Grind them nicely with coconut and jaggery.
3.Put the tava on the gas and prepare dosa by adding little oil. (The gas should be in sim)

The dosa could be served with ghee or butter.

This is my entry to the dosa event hosted by padma of Padma's recipes

Edited to add:-I used fresh coconut.

27 comments:

  1. Looks nice and delicious. We normally make this during Karthigai Deepam and your photo is tempting me make it right away and savour. Nice click.

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  2. DOsa is sure a fav for children..looks yummy.perfect entry.

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  3. They look so delicious .... lovely photo and thanks for sending it to my event dear :)

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  4. hi varunavi,
    bellam dosa looks great, love a hint of sweetness in dosas..yup ghee would make it more tastier :)
    Enjoy
    TC

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  5. Nice and yummy dosas for kids. We do this with wheat flour and a little of rice flour added to it.

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  6. i usually not like sweet in any dishes....must try...

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  7. sounds good..will try it sometime..

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  8. Lovely sweet dosa! Surely kids favourite!

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  9. looks sooo yum! i have never tried sweet dosa before. looks tempting.

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  10. I never tasted sweet dosa in my life. But I am sure going to try this. Dosa looks so good.Thanks.

    Radha

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  11. Thanx A2Z,Ann,Padma,suprna and shailaja

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  12. Lata raj welcome here,i love ur blog :)

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  13. Sowmya,pooja and vibaas thanx :)

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  14. Welcome here radha and thanx
    Home cooked oriya food thanx :)

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  15. looks nice and yummyy.. lovely color.. perfect presentation.. nice click.. i love your blog dear!!

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  16. Wow Sweet dosas looks yummy, sure kids will definitely love this!

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  17. This recipe is sooo good, you got me drooling here!

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  18. mmmmm yummmy saritha i too make this sweet dosa but with sugar your version looks interesting.

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  19. i love this dosa......nicely done dear, yummyyyy!

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  20. Oh wow.....sweet dosa.....hmm looks drool worthy......i tooo want them right now......Google aunty......

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  21. Looks very tempting .... my mother use to make it with wheat flour...totally drool worthy..

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  22. Never tried sweet dosa. Looks so tempting and delicious.

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  23. Looka yum..no wonder kids love it...:)

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  24. Hi, It was very good looking, may i know which coconut v have to use, is it dry r fresh coconut.?

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    1. I used fresh coconut.Didnt mention it in the post,will edit it.Thanks.

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