Friday, February 23, 2018

Neer Dosa | Rice Dosa Recipe | Breakfast Recipe

Neer dosa, a soft, thin and lacey dosa made with raw rice batter. This dosa can be prepared instantly once the batter is ready, no need to ferment the batter. I have been eyeing on this dosa for a while, at last, i had prepared this dosa last week for our breakfast along with bell pepper chutney. It tastes so good and i really love the coconut flavor in the dosa. 
For the first one or two dosas, i found it very difficult to spread the dosa, but once i get the knack of pouring the batter evenly, then the making of  this dosa was like icing on the cake.Just like rava dosa, the batter should be pour thinly over the dosa pan, that way it cooks well even without flipping it. If you're planning to make this dosa for breakfast, then soak the rice on previous night itself. Since i prepared this dosa for breakfast, i had soaked the rice for overnight and used that for today's recipe, but i guess 3 to 4 hours of soaking time is enough.

Neer Dosa

Preparation Time : 10 mins(exclude soaking time) | Cooking Time : 15 minsServes : 2 to 3 
Recipe Category: Dosa | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients
Raw Rice - 1 cup
Grated Coconut - 1/2 cup
Salt - to taste
Oil - for greasing

Procedure
Soak the rice in water for minimum 4 hrs. Grate the coconut & keep it ready. Drain the water from the rice and add into the mixie jar.Add coconut into the mixie jar along with enough water and grind into smooth paste.Pour the rice batter into the bowl & add salt , mix it well , if needed add more water and make it as thin batter.Heat the dosa pan and grease the pan with oil and pour the batter thinly over the dosa pan. Cover cook the dosa for few mins and then remove from the pan. That's it, soft and tasty Neer dosa is ready.Serve it with you favorite chutney or/and sambar. We had it with bell pepper chutney.

Notes:

  • Pour the batter thinly over the dosa pan to get soft dosas.
  • The batter should be slightly thicker than buttermilk. 
  • This dosa tastes best when it's hot. 

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28 comments:

  1. Yummy neer dosa, this has been on my todo list for a long time. Perfectly done.

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  2. Such an inviting plate of of dosa Sandhiya...looks so lacy and good!

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  3. How fantastic those neer dosa looks and that chutney is super catchy. Wish i get a plate of this fabulous dosa.

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  4. I love neer dosas. Yours has come out really well - white and lacy.

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  5. I've tasted neer dosa and love them but didn't know how to make them. Lovely dosas with a tempting chutney.

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  6. I have always wanted to make these pretty lacy dosas..but somehow have never really tried..your dosas look stunning , beautifully made.

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    1. Thanks Vaishali, even i want to do it for long time, glad finally i made it and it was super delicious.

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  7. Love the color and lacy texture of neer dosa. Just like Mayauri, tasted but never made it at home.

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    1. Thanks Usha. Give a try , it's super easy and taste absolutely delicious.

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  8. Wow, those neer dosa look so lacey and absolutely delicious. The whole plate with chutney is soooo inviting.

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  9. I've always wanted to try this dish. Looks delicious. Scrumptious breakfast and healthy too

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  10. I tried the dosa a few days back but could not get those wholes. I think I messed up somewhere. Yours looks really nice.

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    1. Thanks Sapana.The batter should be watery and the pan should be hot while pouring the batter to get that lacey texture.

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  11. I have been thinking about neer dosa as well but I haven't got to it yet. These look so inviting and lacey.

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  12. I also made Neer dosai for the breakfast theme and loved it. Just love how lacey the dosais are. It is a trick to get the dosai in the right texture but after couple of tries, it is not hard.

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    1. Yes Sandhya, i too love how lacey it turned out.

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  13. The neer dosa looks so lacy and eye catching with that chutney!

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  14. One of the dosas i have never tried sandhiya! looks perfect, again a beautiful plating that plate and chutney compliments that beautiful white lacey dosa perfect!!!

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  15. they look so soft and fluffy and with that chutney, looks so good!11

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