Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Avalakki Dosa ( Beaten Rice Pancake / Poha ) Recipe

Posted by Unknown at 10:46:00
Avalakki dosa or a dosa prepared out of commonly known as poha or beaten rice is very sumptuous when eaten. It is a batter prepared out of rice mixed with poha and coconut scrapings. It is a bit different from Urad ( Black Gram )  dosa but will remind you of set dosa .This dosa will turn out to be very soft in texture and full of small pores all over it.

avalakki dosa





How To Prepare Avalakki Dosa / Poha Dosa.

The rice has to be soaked for around 2 hours in advance and the batter should be kept aside for roughly 8 hours for fermentation.

Ingredients For Avalakki Dosa / Beaten Rice Pancake.


  • Raw Rice ( Dosa Rice ) - 1 cup.
  • Avalakki ( Beaten Rice ) - 3 / 4 cup.
  • Coconut scrapings - 4 tbsp.
  • Butter milk - 1 / 2 cup.
  • Salt - as required.
  • Oil - For greasing.
  • Water  - as required.

Method To Make Avalakki Dosa.


  • First and foremost, wash and soak the rice for 2 hours.
  • Soak the poha or beaten rice in the butter milk for around 5 minutes.
  • Grind the coconut scrapings and rice to a smooth consistency by adding required quantity of water at regular intervals.
  • Later on grind the soaked poha to a smooth batter.
  • Mix both the ground ingredients and add salt.
  • Close the lid and leave for fermentation.
  • Heat the Dosa pan and smear a bit of oil all over it.
  • Pour 2 ladle full of batter on the pan and  just tap it with ladle once. Do not spread the batter as you do for other dosas. Close the lid and cover the dosa.
  • After 2 minutes, remove the lid and spread 1 / 2 tsp of oil all over it and flip the dosa on to the other side.
  • Leave it again to get roasted for another 2 minutes and transfer it to the serving plate.

Your soft and yummy poha dosa is ready to be served.!!!

Kitchen Masti Points.


  1. It is over important to note that the batter should not be watery.It should be a little thick in consistency.
  2. Serve it with Mint chutney or coconut chutney.
  3. This dosa should be a bit thick in size.
  4. See to it that the butter milk you use is not too sour in taste.
  5. You can add 1 / 2 tsp of cooking soda to the batter but it is optional.
  6. For the above recipe, I have used flattened beaten rice.


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