The name goes as Thavare idli,but I can neither see thavare that is lotus nor idli. Well, honestly I do not the know why the name.This recipe was passed from my granny's bros wife S. Aayi (granny) said that S's family has been preparing it since a long ,long time,may be it is their family dish from Kerala.It was told to me that this dosa is spread very, very thick,but
we Santoshi prepares it medium thick.Yes, the tradition is still continued by my bhabhi Santoshi. She prepares it often especially on Saturdays and parcels me without fail.All I did was, study about the recipe. Santoshi's mom too shared few tips to me on the same,Oh god don't ask me,she has a huge collection of recipes and I enjoy her cooking too.Yes,she is my papas cousin also. Lol,You guys don't get confused now,let us concentrate on the recipe. Please make a note,it really tastes awesome.I shot this pic last Saturday,when S had parceled as per the routine.
Urad dal(split black gram dal)-1
Chana dal( split bengal gram dal)-1
Green chillies-4,minced or as per taste
Asafoetida(hing) – a pinch
Coconut Oil –as much
as needed to roast the dosa
- Mix all
the dals and rice together,soak it for 4-5 hours and grind it coarsely with coconut.
it into a vessel,add salt to taste,hing,curry leaves and minced green chillies and add water make a thick batter.
- Heat oil
in a small seasoning pan and splutter mustard seeds and add it to the batter.
- Heat the
griddle,spread the batter little thick and smear it with oil and close the lids
and keep it in slow flame.
- Open the
lid and roast it in the opposite side until brown.
- Relish it with chutney,butter or pickle.
fermentation since coconut is added.
Keep the batter thick.
Cut the dosa into four pieces as shown in the picture.
You may soak the rice and dal overnight and grind it next day.
Use the tender part of the coconut for better taste.
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