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Methi Leaves Dosa


Methi Leaves Dosa
Methi Leaves Dosa
Today’s dish is Methi dosa which is very famous in Karnataka. Methi leaves are combined with rice,urad dhal, Channa dhal, coconut , coriander seeds, cumin seeds,tamarind, jaggery &dry chili to get this batter. The taste is sweet, sour, bitter and spicy with these ingredients.
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Though we get enough supply of methi leaves in Singapore, I have to go to Little India all the way. Hence I just buy them in batch and store for 2 weeks.
How to store methi for 2 weeks:
Remove the stem and store the leaves in a plastic box with kitchen tissue paper wrapped on the bottom and sides of the box. Check them once in two days and shuffle them. The methi leaves will be fresh for 2 weeks. Wash them only when you want to use.
Methi Dosa
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Recipe: Methi Leaves Dosa
Preparation Time : 15 minutes
Soaking Time : 3 hours
Cooking Time : 3 -4 mins for each dosa
Gas : Low
Yields : 1 - 2 cups


Ingredients
Rice – 1 cup
Channa Dhal – 2 tblsp
Urad dhal – 2 tblsp
Coconut – ½ cup
Methi leaves – 1 big bunch (More the better taste)
Powdered Jaggery – 2 tblsp
Coriander seeds – 1 tblsp
Dry red chili – 10
Cumin seeds – ½ tblsp
Tamarind – one lemon size
Salt to taste
Water – 1.5 cups or as needed
Oil or butter as needed to make the dosa

Video


Preparation
1.      Wash and soak rice, channa dhal & urad dhal for 3 hours minimum
2.      In the meanwhile wash and chop methi leaves very finely.
3.      Soak tamarind in enough water. Squeeze them and keep it ready.
4.      After 3 hours, grind together rice, urad dhal,channa dhal, red chili, coriander seeds, coconut, and cumin seeds in a mixie.
5.      Transfer the batter to a bigger container and add salt, powdered jaggery, finely chopped methi leaves and tamarind water.
6.      Mix well. Now the batter is ready.
7.      Take a non-stick pan and once it is hot add butter or oil.
8.      Pour the batter and make them as a dosa.
9.      Flip after once side is cooked and cook the other sides.
10.  Serve hot with a chutney powder or any chutney of your choice.

Methi Leaves Dosa



 
Notes
1.      The final batter must be like a dosa consistency. Hence adjust water accordingly.


Measurements
1 tsp = 5ml
1 tblsp – 15 ml
1 cup = 200 ml