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Egg On Dosa....a quick breakfast!


Egg or eggs on dosa is my favorite quick breakfast for my hubby, I mean when the lazy bug strikes me to the core or when I overslept :)

Dosa is almost a staple food, Nidhi likes crispy crunchy dosa, and doesn't mind my occasional experiments on her dosa, but Cheriyan likes just plain crispy crunchy dosa, its the most made breakfast dish in my kitchen. Masala dosa is my favorite always....

Coming to eggs on dosa, its actually a Kerala street food or thattukada special, you can use any eggs; if using quail eggs then 3 eggs per dosa is fine.

Bachelors are you listening!!

Check out my older post for how to make dosa the easy way


Ingredients:
Dosa batter: 1 1/2 ladleful, homemade dosa batter or store brought batter.
Egg: 1.
Pepper powder: 1 tsp.
Refined oil: 1 tsp.
Salt to taste

Method:
1. Heat dosa tawa, and grease it, pour the dosa batter and spread it. Reduce flame to low.

2. Crack one egg and pour it on top of the dosa.

3. Spread evenly on the dosa and drizzle a tsp of oil.

4. Sprinkle salt and pepper, allow it to stay on the tawa for 1 min on low flame so that the eggs are nicely cooked and the dosa becomes crispy.


Ya! that's it....so easy!
Try it blog buddies.....you will love it


So simple and fast.

Check out my video on how to make dosa

Sharing with Full plate Thursday,

Comments

  1. This is my favorite one..I love it..Bookmarked

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  2. wow!never had a dosa egg combo...nice!

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  3. दोसे में ऐसा प्रयोग तो सोचा ही नहीं था. जल्द ही आजमाते हैं.

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  4. Thanks buddies for the inspirations.

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  5. this is S's favourite too .
    but i dont add pepper

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  6. My fav one. Luvly and done perfect.Luv it

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  7. one of arun's favorites.....like this very much

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    1. Latika-Hey long time??? Regards to Arun and kids...thanks a bunch for the comment.

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  8. Love the dosa! I make something similar with flour tortillas but your dosa looks a lot healthy and enables me to use leftover rice. Definitely will be trying this!

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  9. That looks really good! I've never eaten dosa before, but i'd love to try it!

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  10. Hi Nisa,
    This is a great post and a very good video on Dosa. Yummy, it makes me hungry. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week end.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  11. my hubby loves this for breakfast or dinner..ur pics are awesome..perfectly made dosa

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  12. I love the dosa preparation with egg....yummy !

    Http://Onlyfishrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  13. This is one my son's favorite. I tasted it in our hostel and then went on to adapt it at home..very quick and nutritious breakfast..

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    1. Its my family's favorite too.....thanks for stopping by :)

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