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Surnali

Surnali is my favourite dosa since childhood. Surnali is a sweet dosa prepared usually for breakfast. Even though these are prepared sweet they are eaten with loads of ghee and sugar on top. Make tiny dosas for kids and I’m sure they’ll love them. Eat it with ghee and sugar if you have a sweet tooth. If not eat it with ghee on top and savour it with

Surnali is my favourite dosa since childhood. Surnali is a sweet dosa prepared usually for breakfast. Even though these are prepared sweet they are eaten with loads of ghee and sugar on top. Make tiny dosas for kids and I’m sure they’ll love them. Eat it with ghee and sugar if you have a sweet tooth. If not eat it with ghee on top and savour it with coconut and asafoetida chutney.

Called as menthe dose in kannada as fenugreek is used to prepare the batter.

This dosa tastes best when its well fermented so, grind the batter 8-15 hours before making the dosas. Here is one of the many versions of preparing the dosa.

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Ingredients:

2 cups of rice
3/4th cup of beaten rice
2 table spoons of fenugreek (methi) powder
2 table spoons of cooked rice
1/4 cup of jaggery
salt
a pinch of turmeric

Method to prepare the batter:

Soak rice for atleast half an hour. Grind the rice into a smooth paste with as little water as possible as the batter should be of thick consistency. When its almost done add the fenugreek powder, cooked rice, beaten rice (soaked for a minute in water and then water drained), jaggery and continue grinding until its a smooth paste. Add jaggery according to the sweetness you desire. Transfer the ground batter to a vessel, add salt and turmeric and mix. Allow the batter to rest for a minimum of 8 hours.

During the resting time, fermentation takes palce. The more the batter ferments (rests) the better the dosa. Adding of salt fastens the fermentation during the resting period.

After the resting period the batter is ready to be made into dosas. Make beautiful, round dosas. Flip them and fry them on both sides until light brown. Serve hot with ghee and sugar. You can even use butter instead of ghee.

Serves: 2

There are 2 versions of this dosa: sweet version and the non sweet version called chappe surnali in konkani. In the above recipe if you don’t add jaggery then you have chappe surnali. Prepared for those who do not like sweet dosas and eaten with coconut and asafoetida chutney.

Called as menthe dose in kannada as fenugreek is used to prepare the batter.

This dosa tastes best when its well fermented so, grind the batter 8-15 hours before making the dosas. Here is one of the many versions of preparing the dosa.

Ingredients:

2 cups of rice
3/4th cup of beaten rice
2 table spoons of fenugreek (methi) powder
2 table spoons of cooked rice
1/4 cup of jaggery
salt
a pinch of turmeric

Method to prepare the batter:

Soak rice for atleast half an hour. Grind the rice into a smooth paste with as little water as possible as the batter should be of thick consistency. When its almost done add the fenugreek powder, cooked rice, beaten rice (soaked for a minute in water and then water drained), jaggery and continue grinding until its a smooth paste. Add jaggery according to the sweetness you desire. Transfer the ground batter to a vessel, add salt and turmeric and mix. Allow the batter to rest for a minimum of 8 hours.

During the resting time, fermentation takes palce. The more the batter ferments (rests) the better the dosa. Adding of salt fastens the fermentation during the resting period.

After the resting period the batter is ready to be made into dosas. Make beautiful, round dosas. Flip them and fry them on both sides until light brown. Serve hot with ghee and sugar. You can even use butter instead of ghee.

Serves: 2

There are 2 versions of this dosa: sweet version and the non sweet version called chappe surnali . In the above recipe if you don’t add jaggery then you have chappe surnali. Prepared for those who do not like sweet dosas and eaten with c

Surnali is my favourite dosa since childhood. Surnali is a sweet dosa prepared usually for breakfast. Even though these are prepared sweet they are eaten with loads of ghee and sugar on top. Make tiny dosas for kids and I’m sure they’ll love them. Eat it with ghee and sugar if you have a sweet tooth. If not eat it with ghee on top and savour it with coconut and asafoetida chutney.

 

Called as menthe dose in kannada as fenugreek is used to prepare the batter.

 

This dosa tastes best when its well fermented so, grind the batter 8-15 hours before making the dosas. Here is one of the many versions of preparing the dosa.

 

Ingredients:

 

2 cups of rice
3/4th cup of beaten rice
2 table spoons of fenugreek (methi) powder
2 table spoons of cooked rice
1/4 cup of jaggery
salt
a pinch of turmeric

 

Method to prepare the batter:

 

Soak rice for atleast half an hour. Grind the rice into a smooth paste with as little water as possible as the batter should be of thick consistency. When its almost done add the fenugreek powder, cooked rice, beaten rice (soaked for a minute in water and then water drained), jaggery and continue grinding until its a smooth paste. Add jaggery according to the sweetness you desire. Transfer the ground batter to a vessel, add salt and turmeric and mix. Allow the batter to rest for a minimum of 8 hours.

 

During the resting time, fermentation takes palce. The more the batter ferments (rests) the better the dosa. Adding of salt fastens the fermentation during the resting period.

 

After the resting period the batter is ready to be made into dosas. Make beautiful, round dosas. Flip them and fry them on both sides until light brown. Serve hot with ghee and sugar. You can even use butter instead of ghee.

 

Serves: 2

 

There are 2 versions of this dosa: sweet version and the non sweet version called chappe surnali in konkani. In the above recipe if you don’t add jaggery then you have chappe surnali. Prepared for those who do not like sweet dosas and eaten with coconut and asafoetida chutney.

 

Surnali is my favourite dosa since childhood. Surnali is a sweet dosa prepared usually for breakfast. Even though these are prepared sweet they are eaten with loads of ghee and sugar on top. Make tiny dosas for kids and I’m sure they’ll love them. Eat it with ghee and sugar if you have a sweet …

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