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Monday, January 17, 2011

SET DOSA & VEGETABLE SAAGU


NOTE: Ensure medium heat . Generally this is cooked on one side, and it is not necessary to flip it to the other side. However, you can turn them over if you prefer it. This is usually spongy, thick and small and served as a set of three or four alongwith vegetable saagu. The photo above displays tomato chutney and mint thokku as side dish.

INGREDIENTS:

Idli rice - 2 cups
Thick Poha (aval) - 1 cup
Curds - 1/4 cup
Urad dhal - 1/2 cup
Methi seeds - 1 tsp.
Salt - as per taste

METHOD:

Soak poha in curds for an hour.

Soak rice, methi seeds & urad dhal together for 3 hours.

Grind both separately to a smooth batter. The batter should be slightly thick and should not be too watery. Mix both, add salt and allow it to ferment for 8 hours, preferably overnight.

Heat a tawa (I have used a kadai), pour a ladle of the batter. DO NOT SPREAD THE BATTER. This dosa should be thick and small in size. Drizzle oil on the sides and cover with a lid and cook for few minutes. (The bottom side should be golden brown and the top side should be soft and white).

Serve hot with vegetable saagu, chutney or sambhar.

25 comments :

  1. Set dosa looks fluffy and delicious with the saagu.

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  2. wonderful looking dosa....will make anyone hungry just by looking at it...
    Reva

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  3. Inviting set dosa and saagu,makes me hungry..

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  4. yummmmmmmmmy fluffy and tempting dosa.

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  5. yummy and temptating platter :)

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  6. set dosa n saagu looks delicious..

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  7. what a fluffy dosa..can i come over???

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  8. Both Dosa and Saagu looks wonderfully delicious.Great Combo.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Shanthiji, the dosa looks so fluffy and evenly browned.Jeeezzz.. I would love a plate.

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  10. Dosa looks soft and yummy :) Saagu with this dosa would be a lovely combination :)

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  11. Dosa and sagu looks yumm..A very delicious combo for sure...

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  12. love your saagu recipe. absolute yum platter.

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  13. I love dosa!!...but I have not tried saagu....thanks for sharing!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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  14. set dosai is my fav....nice recipe...

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  15. sagu with all veggies and with a soft spongy dosa,a great meal

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  16. i follow a different recipe for set dosa..the platter looks yumm..tempting..

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  17. This would be my lunch every single day at the college canteen during my college days..Set Dosa makes me very nostalgic..Lovely Dosa and yummy Sagu..

    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com/

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  18. What a perfect combo,pics look gorgeous,sorry for my late comment..

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  19. Mmmmm wow absolutely delicious and seriously drooling.. wonderful combination.

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  20. Hello Shanti akka,I'm Vidya(chalu maami's pethi) and i accidently landed in your blog today.was totally impressed akka.Hope all at home are doing good!!Dosa looks absolutely tempting!!

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