If you love Dosas, you’re probably thinking of making your own Dosas at home. Not only will you save money, but it will also save you time from going to the grocery store whenever you feel like indulging your cravings. The Dosa Maker guarantees to create authentic Dosas that are crispy and flavorful.
This Dosa Maker is easy to use with its no mess and no oil feature which means you don’t need to have the perfect cooking skills to make dosas, wraps, or crepes at home in just 2 minutes. You can create soft and crispy, savoury, and healthy dosas that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert.
Its non-stick surface is perfect for multi-purpose uses and promotes a healthier diet for your household. This is because non-stick pans require little to no oil compared to stainless steel pans. All you need to do is turn the Dosa Maker UK on, wait for it to heat up, and now you’re ready to start cooking.
All About Dosas
Dosas are a classic South Indian food similar to the wraps and crepes from Western countries. They usually come with a creamy Masala filling or on the side. In India, dosas are a staple, especially those that are made from rice and lentils. They go well with a Sambar (a type of lentil soup consisting of vegetables) on the side or different chutney flavours such as coconut, tamarind, mint, and tomato.
The possibilities are endless with this Dosa Maker, and because dosa is such a versatile dish, you can always mix and match the condiments, base flour, and contents to create a whole new dish every time. Some common recipes are made from fruits and vegetables, gluten-free products, and traditional Indian dosas.
Pesarattu (Green Gram Dosa) Recipe
Native to Andhra Pradesh, Pesarettu is easy to make dosa recipe made from green gram and is usually enjoyed as a dessert or breakfast meal.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Total Cook Time: 40 minutes
Recipe Servings: 5
- 1/2 cup rice (cleaned and soaked for an hour)
- 2 cups moong dal (cleaned and soaked for an hour)
- 1/4 tsp asafoetida powder
- 1/4 cup coriander leaves, chopped
- 1/4 cup onions, chopped
- to taste green chillies, chopped
- 1 tsp salt
- Oil (optional)
How to Make Pesarattu (Green Gram Dosa):
- First, you need to drain the dal mixture and grind it coarsely. Mix in the chillies, coriander, and onions. Add salt to taste. Keep on mixing until the batter turns into a dropping consistency.
- Pour a bit of the mixture into your Dosa Maker. You can splash water on the pan to see if it is hot enough.
- Spread the batter evenly. Wait for them to cook, and serve with coconut chutney.
The Dosa Maker box includes:
- Dosa Maker
- A dipping bowl (Plate)
- User Manual