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Mixed Vegetable Dosa/Rice Crepes.....step by step.


I have been playing around with my dosa batter (like the egg dosa, the good old masala dosa) and found many innovative ways to make it more healthy (ofcourse dosa is one of the healthiest and balanced food in the world), but sometimes my kids do not have much veggies in their diet. Since both of them love dosa, (I always have dosa batter stocked up in my refrigerator). This is another way of making them start a healthy day and away from the usual dosa and sambar for a change.

My kids do not like chunks of veggies in their plate, so I just put vegetables in the food processor and mince them very finely and add them into the dosa batter. There is no actual amount of vegetables to be minced; just some carrots, onion, tomato, capsicum etc will be fine.

And no, this does not take your valuable time in the morning, just chop the vegetables coarsely, and plop them in your food processor, and pulse that's all.

An Update:
If you are using a nonstick pan omit the oil entirely, but make sure to grease the tawa.Ingredients:
Dosa batter: 1 cup.
Mixed vegetables minced: 1/2 cup or even more.
Vegetable oil/ghee: 1/4 tsp to drizzle.
A hot and greased iron tawa.
Method:
You will need some carrots, onion, 1/4 piece of cabbage, 1 green chilly, 1 capsicum, and 1 tomato. You can add more vegetables of your liking.

Simply chop them coarsely..


Just pop them in your food processor and pulse for a minute...

Put 1/2 to 1 cup of the mince into the dosa batter and mix well.

Pour 1 1/2 ladle full of the mixed vegetable dosa batter and spread into the hot and greased iron tawa. Simmer the fire.

Drizzle 1/4 tsp of vegetable oil or ghee.....still on low flame.....let it stay for 1 min.

Flip to the other side....let it sit on the tawa for another minute.

Serve hot with pickles or chutneys.....or even tomato sauce.....

Comments

  1. Just looks awesome!!! very nice pics.

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  2. wow....healthy dosha....a healthy breakfast...

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  3. Healthy twist and love the stepwise

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  4. looks very good....am trying this next time....

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  5. Adding minced vegetable is a great idea. It is a complete wholesome and healthy meal.

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  6. looks really nice.. will give it a shot :)

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  7. What a tasty way to get your vegetables! Delicious too!

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  8. Thank you all for the inspirations....yes it is indeed healthy and wholesome.

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  9. very very nice!even my kids trouble about veggie...this is one more way of getting it down their gullets!.excellent.

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  10. healthy dosa recipe with veggies....bookmarked !

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  11. what a clever way to sneak in veggies! i love it! :)

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  12. Yummy n healthy dosa,looks so nice.

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  13. Nicely done Dear.Very yumm and a healthy Dosa

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  14. Hi Nisa,
    All those wonderful vegetables with that Rice Crepe look wonderful. Your tutorial for the Crepe is great! Hope you have a wonderful week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  15. nice idea.. thanks for sharing.

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  16. Very good innovative idea... happy to follow you..
    www.sujithaeasycooking.net

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  17. i really like your blog. the presentation and the recipes are quite good.. and the recipe you have shared is just scrumptious :P I t would be very nice of you if you gonna visit my place Recipes Passion .. love to have your feedback, see ya Love ~ Monu Teena

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