Sada Dosa


Dosa is a crisp crepe made from soaking and grinding rice and lentil,originating from South India.
The ground batter is then fermented overnight,which gives dosa its characteristic soft and crispy texture.
Thus simple recipe will give you a restaurant style Dosa.
Many variations like Masala Dosa,Cheese Dosa,
Masala dosa,Mysore masala Dosa, Ghee roast dosa, Schezwan Dosa can be made from this basic Dada Cosa.

1 cup Urad dal(skinless split black gram)

3 cup Rice.

2 tsp methi seeds.

1 tsp Sugar.

Salt to taste.



Start a night before.Add methi to urad dal.Soak urad dal and rice in water seperately for 10 to 12 hours.

Grind urad dal and rice to fine paste.Mix together.Add salt and sugar..

Keep for fermentation.(Batter will rise in size,once fermented)

Use a non stick tava.

In a a bowl keep cold water ready,and a cotton cloth handy.

Heat the tava on slow heat,sprinkle cold water and wipe clean with cloth.

Now add spoon ful of batter on center of the tava spreading on the tava in a circular motion.(from center of the griddle ).

smear little oil at the sides.


Cook on slow flame,till it turns brown and crispy.

Turn and fold in three folds.

Repeat the process to make another dosa

Serve hot with coconut chutney and sambar.

Happy Cooking !!!


Published by Sameera's Kitchen

A little blog about ordinary and extra ordinary cooking that I do on daily basis for me and my loving family,I am a working woman pursuing an exiting career in aviation industry,with a ten year old kid.. with whatever little time I have spare in my hand after doing day to day chores......I utilise it for cooking and baking......It refreshes me completely.

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