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Noodles Dosa....step by step.



I have been making a lot of dosa varieties of late......credit goes to dosa corner, a shop in Focus Mall here in Calicut....and my kids kinda liked the varieties of dosas from that shop...once I started chatting with the man behind the counter while waiting to get our dosa.....and got some of their secret recipes....really?? now why would a guy disclose their trade secrets....huh! that's for you to guess

I made egg on dosa and a few more will be coming soon to tickle your taste buds....innovation is the new invention in everyday cooking....atleast in my kitchen to satisfy my ever hungry kids.

Noodles dosa is nothing but filling up left over noodles inside dosa (chicken noodles,egg noodles, beef noodles, vegetable noodles, schezwan noodles...whatever!) ....just like you fill potatoes in masala dosa...but here it is noodles.

I made this quite a few times and only when I made this for breakfast today I could get a click. Kids and hubbies are gonna love this...so try it...I sure you will thank me for sharing this :)


Yeild: 2 dosas.
Ingredients:
Left over veg/non-veg noodles: About a cup.
Dosa batter: About 1 cup...(now a days you can get ready made dosa batter, still if you prefer the homemade batter visit my older dosa post).
Tomato sauce: 1 tsp.
Pepper powder: 1/2 tsp.
Spring onions: To sprinkle (optional).
Boiled chicken : 2 tsp (optinal).
Chinese seasonings: 1 tsp (optional or even schezwan seasonings).
The method below is to make just one dosa....do the same to make the rest of the dosas.
Method:
Heat an iron tawa and grease it, then bring the fire to the lowest gas mark and pour 1 1/2 ladleful of dosa batter and make a dosa, drizzle 1 tsp of any vegetable oil (i used saffola). Put 2 tbsp (or more if you like) of vegetable noodles into the middle.

Sprinkle a tsp of chopped spring onion.

and drizzle a tsp of tomato sauce or if you like it hot use red chilly sauce. Sprinkle 1/2 tsp of pepper powder.

That's it .....just roll it.

BTW if your kids like non veg version just add some boiled chicken.

And serve with tomato sauce.

Check out my video on how to make dosa.

Check out Homemade Tomato Sauce..step by step.

Sharing with full plate Thursday.

Comments

  1. I have been thinking of making these for some time now. Thanks.

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  2. The dosa looks awesome! I guess the guy know u are a good cook, knowledge is all about string right ;)


    Ongoing Event: I'm a STAR

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  3. Awesome looking noodles dosa.Thanks a lot for sharing this step by step method.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. very inovative idea......superb

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  5. wow too good dosa kids will love it..

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  6. very nice!......another interesting dosa from your kitchen.this one a hands down winner for the kids.yyum.

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  7. Very interesting idea to use leftover noodles.

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  8. Interesting twist..kids will sure love the idea :)

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  9. Wow, its interseting. never thought of this dosa. will try sometime

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  10. hmmm noodles and dosa both are my weakness !!!
    loved the pictures. me sitting and drooling here !!looking forward to see more yummy dosa recipes from u !!!

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  11. interesting one... kids will love

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  12. Awesome Recipe Dear..Bookmarking it to try soon..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  13. wow...seriously ...noodles dosa...im definitely going to try this out :-)

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  14. what a fabulous idea! i LOVE this variation

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  15. that is definitely a new one!!! I am trying this

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  16. wow, I so want to grab that dosa right now and enjoy it :)

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  17. Oh my god..such a mouthwatering dish..it looks just awesome...vl try 4 sure....
    Maha

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  18. Hi Nisa,
    You always bring us the most interesting food that looks absolutely wonderful! This would be a fun meal to make. Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Happy St. Patrick's Day and Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  19. you always amaze me with your work, very impressive good post :)

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  20. Wonderful dosa, and loved the idea of stuffing noodles, got to try!

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  21. loved this variation in dosa..looks awesome..glad that i discovered your blog..happy to follow u dear!! :)
    Spicy-Aroma

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    1. Hi Poonam, thank you for visiting my space and for the follow...hope you enjoyed your time here.

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  22. This is like an Indian burrito! I LOVE it! I've never made dosa but you have just inspired me to do so. Thanks!

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  23. This is a great idea Nisa.. will try this soon :)

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  24. Biny, Swapna, Raks, Latika, Deeps, Mitha and all other readers....thanks for the encouragement.

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  25. Your noodles dhosa is looking just amazing. This is going to be the menu for dinner tomorrow. My friends will love it.

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  26. Very tasty came out well

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  27. tried it n came super!!!!!!!!!!!thank u for sharing this idea!!!!!!!!!!

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