• Dosa recipe

    Top 10 Best Dosa Recipes

    Dosa is becoming a popular dish not just all over India, but across the world. But what is not known to most people is that dosa can be made in various different ways. Here’s a list of top 10 most common dosas that are consumed in its place of origin- South India.

    Neer Dosa

    It’s a traditional delicacy from The word ‘neer’ in Kannada literally means water. It’s a thin, crisp dosa made from a runny rice batter. Unlike the regular dosa, neer dosa does not require a lot of time for soaking and fermentation.

    Pesarattu (Green Gram Dosa)

    Dosa is generally considered to be a healthy dish. Beginning your day on a nutritious note with this authentic recipe fromAndhra Pradesh is definitely a good idea. Green is the way as this dosa is made with goodness of green gram.

    Rava Dosa

    Another popular breakfast dish from down South. These wafer thin dosas made withsemolina or sooji will leave you asking for more.

    Ragi Wheat Dosa

    This dosa recipe is made withragi flour. This one’s a great option for those looking to increase their daily dose of calciam.

    Mini Soya Dosa

    It’s a dosa recipe designed to suit the diet plans of health conscious people. This one’s a perfect energizer brimming with the goodness of soy milk and whole wheat flour. So indulge for that large dose of fiber. It will keep your untimely cravings in place.

    Masala Dosa

    Literally the king of all dosas! Listed as one of the world’s most delicious foods, a masala dosa never fails to impress its consumer!

    Onion Rava Dosa

    Adosa recipe with a sumptuous crisp. Basically a variation of the rava dosa with topping of an onion-green chilly mixture.

    Cheese Chilli Dosa

    It is said that the secret ingredient that makes any dish happening ischeese! A fusion of desi textures with western flavours- that’s exactly what this dish is all about.

    Kuttu Ka Dosa

    You can splendidly feast with this dosa while fasting! It’s recipe is designed to suit your fasting regime, this one is made withbuckwheat flour (kuttu) and colocasia (arbi).

    Mysore Masala Dosa

    For spice lovers across the world, this is the dish for you! It’s a crisp dosa lathered with superhot red chutney. It’s stuffed with a masalaaloo

    But making these dosas are no longer a laborious task with the readymade idli dosa batter brought to you by Rishta. So try them out at home & fill your friends & family  with the joy of these mouth-watering dishes.