wah its very nice, i like it
Really delicious and so easy to make.
A good and easy breakfast,especially for bachelors.
Thanku Manju for ur excellent receipe.Reminded me of the dosas my mom used to make for us.
great..i love the rava dosa
Enjoyed ur receipe.Do upload easy ones like this.
its very easy&good recipe ..my kid like it very much
I have a question for you – Can we substitute rice flour for rice? if yes, can we use the same measurement given for rice?
My kids really liked the dish.
This does not sound like a recipe for an “Easy” Rava Dosa. A real easy & quick one, which is tasty too, could be made by mixing about equal quantites rava with thick sour curds and diluted with water. The curds should preferably be made from full fat milk, to get a ghee taste for the dosa. Let the mixture rest for about half to one hour, then add salt and pour the batter (which should be of a very thin consistency) on a good tava (evenly flat & non stick coating in good condtion) and swirl it around for an evenly thin dosa. Cook till a golden brown colour is visible through the dosa. Only then, remove the dosa from tava with a flat wooden chisel type spoon, plying the spoon all round from the same insert.
Sounds like a good recepie will try it and let u know the results!!
What is enough water…. I am new to cooking…do not get much feel and idea.
Tasty crispy dosas & very easy to make:-)