Dosa is a pancake which is the most popular snack in all of South India, overtime it has become popular all over the country and globally too.
Here is the recipe to make the crispy pancake – Dosa is made of rice and urad dal. The ingredients are soaked, ground into the fine batter and allowed to ferment for 8- 10 hours. Next, add oil in a Tawa and slowly spread the batter to make the pancake. The Dosa can be enhanced in taste by topping it with spice powder and other ingredients like roasted coconut, chopped onions, chopped tomatoes, etc, while it is still cooking on the fire.
The beautiful golden color of moong dal Dosa is enough to make you tantalizing and get tempted to the mouthwatering aroma and taste. It is made of parboiled rice and moong dal to entice crispiness which can occur due to the blending of the fermented batter.
It tastes different from regular dosas as we use moong instead of urad dal and parboiled rice, you will love to have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The parboiled variety is a rich source of B vitamin, niacin and thiamine. There are so many different types of rice, it can be tricky to figure out which one to eat – white rice, whole grain rice, brown rice. The list goes on and on but however parboiled rice has a distinctive feature that par-cooked rice and converted rice. One homemade plain dosa without oil contains about 112 calories, of which 84 percent is carbohydrates and 16 percent of proteins. The fermentation process increases the vitamin B and vitamin C content.