Friday, 24 May 2013

Neer Dosa Recipe

Posted by Veena Karanth at Friday, May 24, 2013
Neer Dosa is a typical Karnataka Recipe dish specially in Mangalore and Udupi districts.In the tulu language, Neer means water. So, the batter of neer dosa should be very watery.
There are two varieties of Neer dosa, first one is which I am going to tell you. However, another one is called Kori Rotti where usually they dry this neer dosa batter and consume it along with chicken. Since this is a vegetarian blog, I am going to concentrate only on the Vegetarian Recipe.

This is a dish that I learnt from my mother. So, all credit goes out to her


neer dosa recipe








How To Prepare Neer Dosa

To prepare Neer Dosa, you would need around 3 hours for soaking the rice, 15 minutes for grinding the rice. Once the batter is ready, you can prepare the dosa in very quick time.
This dosa does not require any fermentation.

Neer Dosa Recipe Ingredients

  • Raw Rice - 1 cup
  • Salt
  • Coconut Scrapings - optional (may be around 2 - 3 tsbp
  • Water - 1 1/2 cup
  • Oil 
  • Ghee or Butter

Method To Prepare Neer Dosa

  • Firstly, soak the rice for about 3 - 4 hours. 
  • Grind it in the grinder along with the coconut scrapings.
  • Add water and salt. to the batter.
  • Heat the tawa pan and add 1 tsp of oil. Spread the oil on the tawa.
  • Unlike other Dosa , you should not spread the batter in a circular position, but you will have to just spill the batter in the dosa form on the tawa.
  • Close the lid.
  • Let it stay for around 2 minutes.
  • Remove it from the tawa and fold it like a kerchief.
  • Serve it along with Coconut chutney, or onion chutney or Coconut mixed jaggery ( Kayi Bella) and a spoon of Ghee or butter.

Your Neer dosa is now ready !!!!

Neer Dosa

Kitchen Masti Points

  1. As the name itself indicates Neeru Dosa, the batter consistency should be very watery.
  2. If you add warm water the dosas will come out very soft.
  3. It would be wise if you do not use Dosa Rice, instead use the normal rice which you cook to eat.
  4. For Kayi Bella ( i,e Coconut mixed Jaggery) - Mix coconut scrapings - 1 cup, 1/2 cup jaggery and a pinch of salt and mix it well. Children will love this very much.
  5. This dish goes very well with the chicken gravy too. 
  6. This dosa can also be consumed with mango rasayanam which is popular usually in udupi districts.
  7. Nowadays ,it is easily available in all restaurants. However, they do not use coconut scrapings. 
  8.  Out of this same batter, you can also prepare small dosas and steam it, later on dry it in the sun. This will turn out like a papad. You can fry this papad, add little chilli flakes over it. This will turn out to be a very delicious evening snack





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