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Monday, October 31, 2016

Puli dosa - Pulusu Dosa

Pulusu  dosa is an authentic Vysyas Recipe. It is made with Raw rice, Jaggery & tamarind. Tangy taste of tamarind & mild sweet taste of jaggery makes the dosa, so tasty. I am the fan of this dosa. This is a soft crispy dosa , soft at centre & crispy at edges. My mother makes this dosa often. but here he don't like this dosa, so i make rarely. if we get spring onions, i make this dosa . This dosa tastes great with spring onions.





Puli Dosa

 Prep Time :  15   min. 
Cook Time : 2 -3 minutes per dosa
Recipe Category: Dosa Varieties
Recipe Cusine :Vysyas
yield:15  Dosa's.
Ingredients

Raw Rice - 2 cups.
Red chillies - 7.
Tamarind - Big Amla size.
Jaggery - 2 tbsp.
salt - as Needed.
Spring onions (Green Part ) - 1/2 cup.[Optional]
chana dal - 4 tbsp.

To Temper

Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp.
oil - To temper.

Preparation

Soak the raw rice for 2 - 3 hrs, then grind it into a smooth paste.
Soak Chanadal seperately for 2 hrs.
soak Red chillies & Tamarind, half an hour before Grinding.


 Method

  • Grind Soaked Raw rice into smooth batter with needed water & salt. Let the consistency be little thicker than rava dosa.
  • Temper with Mustard seeds & add it to batter. Add chopped Spring onions  & Soaked chanadal to the batter, mix well. 
 
  • Heat the tawa, when it is hot,take ladle of batter and pour it from the  edges, then fill the center part,as shown in the picture.Then drizzle some oil.
  • Cook in medium flame, when it turns crisp at edges, flip the dosa.
  • When it is cooked on both the sides remove it from tawa. 
   Notes
  •  Instead of spring onions you can add  2 chopped big onions.
  • you can also add 2 handful of coriander leaves.
  • you Can add coconut, curry leaves,hing and jeera while Grinding, which gives nice flavour to dosa.
  • Instead of Spring Onions, you can add drumstick leaves also.
  • you can have butter,honey or Curd as sides.

2 comments:

Sarada Balaji said...

I love this. I make it once in a while. I add toor dal instead of channa dal. I also add coconut, curry leaves and asafoetida and jeera when grinding. It gives a nice aroma. I also make it with drum stick leaves instead of spring onions. It tastes yummy!

Gayathri Sathyanarayanan said...

Thanks for your tips, will make a try.