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Dosa : A traditional South Indian breakfast!

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 15 minutes

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Serves 4

Dosa is delicious breakfast which is common in south India. It is similar to a pancake. Here we include an additional ingredient Moringa oleifera, the super food which is packed with nutrients. So try this healthy recipe and give the feed back.

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  • 100 gms dry Moringa Leaf or Powder
  • 200 gms white rice
  • 50 gms urad dal (Vigna mungo, black gram, urad bean, mungo bean)
  • 20 gms sugar
  • 50 ml Ghee
  • Salt to taste


  1. Wash and soak urad dal and white rice in water for 3 hours.

  2. Grind it into a fine paste. Add sugar and salt.

  3. Soak dry Moringa Leaf in water for half an hour and make a paste out of it. If using powder, make a paste directly. Mix the paste with the batter. Add water if required and make the batter fine in consistency.

  4. Heat a Tawa. Pour a ladleful of batter and rotate in a circular motion to make fine crepes. Sprinkle ghee on top. When dosa turns crispy and golden brown roll it up and serves with chutney and other accompaniments.

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