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10 July 2014

Instant Neer Dosa | Rice And Coconut Crepes | Gluten Free Crepes| Quick Breakfast Recipe

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Neer Dosa



Quick and easy rice flour and coconut crepes.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 2 to 3
Ingredients:
  1. Rice flour - 1 cup
  2. Grated coconut - 2 tbsp
  3. Water - 1.5 cups
  4. Salt - to taste
Instructions:



  • In a blender combine together rice flour,grated coconut and 3/4 cup water.Grind to form a smooth batter.
  • Transfer the batter into a bowl,add remaining water and salt to taste.Mix well until combined.
     
  • Heat a non stick pan/tawa (with edges) and lightly grease it. Mix the batter well,and pour a ladle full of batter on one side of the tawa.Quickly lift the pan/ tawa and tilt it to help spread the batter across the entire surface of the pan.Add more batter to fill the gaps.
  • Cover  and cook over medium heat for about 1 minute or until  it starts to leave the sides of the pan.
  • Carefully lift dosa from the pan and invert it onto a plate.
  • Fold the dosa into half and  into quarter after that.Repeat with the remaining batter to make more dosas.
     NOTES
    • If the pan/ tawa is not hot enough ,dosa might crack.
    • Make sure you stir the batter well eachtime ,just before pouring the batter on the pan.
    • You can also make neer dosas using raw rice.In that case soak 1 cup rice for 2 to 3 hours.Drain and grind to form a smooth paste along with 2 tbsp grated coconut and water.Add required amount of salt and water to form a thin batter.
    • Neer dosa can be served with chutney or a mixture of jaggery and coconut or even chicken/fish/egg curry.

    7 comments:

    1. Such simple recipe and pictures, yet very attractive !

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    2. Very neat. Love to have these neer dosa's with some gravy dish they go so well. Yours look perfect

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    3. looks yummy and perfect...the clicks really show the texture...

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    4. love those soft nice dosas there. yumm..

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    5. Always seen these dosas but never tried to nake them, you inspire me to try. Thanks.

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    6. The dosas stick to the fingers when eating. I used rice flour and grated coconut. I don't understand why it sticks to the fingers.

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    7. I tried this dosa today morning and it came out really well. I used ready made chamba rice flour and grated coconut. The dosas just melted in mouth. Thanks for sharing the recipe. With 1 cup flour I got only 5 dosas. Next time I'll double the measure.

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