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Sada Dosa

TSh 8,000

Sada Dosa, also known as Plain Dosa, is a popular South Indian crepe made from a fermented batter of rice and urad dal (black gram dal). It is a staple dish in South Indian cuisine and is enjoyed as breakfast or as a snack.

To make Sada Dosa, rice and urad dal are soaked separately for several hours and then ground into a smooth batter using water. The batter is mixed together, along with salt, and left to ferment overnight or for several hours until it becomes slightly sour and develops bubbles.

To prepare the dosa, a ladleful of the fermented batter is spread thinly and evenly on a hot griddle (tawa) greased with a little oil or ghee. The dosa is cooked until it becomes golden brown and crispy around the edges. Sada Dosa is typically thin and has a lacy texture.

Sada Dosa is usually served hot with coconut chutney, tomato chutney, or sambar (a lentil-based vegetable stew). It can also be enjoyed with a dollop of fresh butter or ghee for added richness.

The simplicity of Sada Dosa makes it a versatile dish that can be eaten plain or filled with a variety of savory fillings like spiced potatoes (masala dosa) or cheese.

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