Friday 13 February 2015

Bread fruit dosa / Dhiv Halasu / Jeegujje Dose Recipe

Posted by Veena Karanth at 07:09:00
Bread fruit dosa tastes almost similar to fenugreek leaves dosa but here, the dosa tastes more awesome due to the spongy texture of the bread fruit. This vegetable is seasonal, hence you cannot prepare it all the time.You can even prepare fritters and curry out of this vegetable. It is slightly fleshy in texture and tastes quite awesome. Here, a batter is prepared out of rice, coconut scrapings, and some spices. The breadfruit is dipped in this batter and roasted on a dosa pan. It would make a healthy and sumptuous breakfast.

Bread fruit dosa Dhiv Halasu Jeegujje Dose

How To Prepare Breadfruit Dosa / Dhiv Halasu / Jeegujje Dose.

The time required to prepare this dosa is around 2 hours for soaking the rice, 10 minutes for grinding the batter and another 10 minutes for cooking the dosa .

Ingredients For Breadfruit Dosa

  • Dosa rice or raw rice - 1 cup.
  • Coconut scrapings - 1 / 4 cup.
  • Red chillis ( Byadige ) - 4.
  • Coriander seeds ( dhania seeds ) - 1 tbsp.
  • Jeera seeds ( cumin seeds ) - 2 tbsp.
  • Salt - as required.
  • Jaggery - 2 tbsp.
  • Fenugreek seeds ( methi seeds ) - 1 / 2 tsp.
  • Urad dal ( black gram dal ) - 1 / 2 tsp.
  • Bread fruit - 1 medium sized.
  • Tamarind paste - 1 tbsp.
  • Oil - For Roasting.
  • Butter - For Garnishing

Method To Make Breadfruit Dosa

  • Wash and soak the rice for 2 hours.
  • Meanwhile, dry roast the fenugreek seeds and urad dal till it turns slightly brown in color.
  • Later on, grind the soaked rice along with the roasted ingredients, coconut scrapings, salt, crushed jaggery, coriander seeds, jeera seeds, tamarind paste and red chillis into a smooth batter adding water at regular intervals.
  • Transfer the ground batter into a big bowl.
  • Now scrap the outer covering of the bread fruit.
  • Chop the breadfruit into thin slices.
  • Heat a nonstick tawa or a skillet on a medium flame.
  • Dip the thin slices of the bread fruit in the rice batter and place it on the tawa in a circular form that would resemble the dosa shape.
  • Close the lid and allow it to get roasted for around 2 minutes.
  • Now drizzle 1 tsp of oil all over the dosa and flip it on to the other side.
  • Allow it to get roasted for about a minute and then transfer it on to the serving plate.

Your tasty and delicious bread fruit dosa  is ready to be served.!!!!

Kitchen Masti Points.

  1. The ground rice batter should be slightly thicker than the ordinary rice batter.
  2. No chutney is required for this dosa since the dosa is spicy by itself.
  3. You can serve the dosa with a tbsp of butter spread all over the dosa
  4. In case you prefer a sweet taste, then increase the quantity of jaggery by 1 tbsp while grinding.
  5. Coconut scrapings are generally added  in order to attain a soft texture for the dosa.

Also Read :

methi leaves dosa

methi seeds dosa

wheat flour dosa

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