Sweet Dosa | Adai | 3nu Dose

Adai is made of sweet paste and dosa batter..Iyengars use this for only one festival and that’s called Adai pandige. Whoever likes sweet, they’ll definitely love this adai...

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Dosa Ingridients
  • White Rice / Arshi- 1 cup 
  • Urad Dal/ Uluthuparppu - 1/2 cup 
 Method
  1. Soak the rice and urad dal in water for 2 hours 
  2. Grind the rice and urad dal into a thin batter Keep it aside to ferment for about 5 hours
Sweet Ingredients
  • Jaggery / Vellu - 1 & 1/2 cup 
  • Grated Coconut / Thenga - 1 cup 
  • Chana dal/ Kadalparppu - 1 cup 
Method
  1. Cook chana dal in the pressure cooker 
  2. Allow it to cool Grind the cooked Chana Dal, Coconut and jaggery in a mixer/grinder .Add a little bit of water to grind it into a medium thick paste (so that it can be spread) 
 Sweet Dose preparation
  • Heat non-stick tawa . Spread a spoonful of ghee or oil Pour the dosa batter and spread it circle(like pancake) 
  • Take a small portion of the sweet paste and spread it on on top of the dosa 
  • Again pour the dosa batter on top of the sweet so it has to be 3 layers
  • Add some oil or ghee and allow it to be cooked (golden brown) 
  • Slowly turn the sweet dosa on the other side and allow it to cook for a few minutes 
  • Serve with Ghee  

 




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6 comments

swetha said...

Wow mala, this tastes very nice :) nanu alli bandaga yella madkodu :D

Vanamala Hebbar said...

thank you swetha .... yeah sure madikodthini

rv said...

hey I like that recipe :) will surely let my fil know:) We make a sweet dosa with jaggery and wheat. But this one seems different:) Thanks for the recipe!

Shwethal said...

hi vanamala

u mst b surprised to c ma
comment...i liked dis sweet dosa receipe of urs...specially ma daugter luvvvz it.....its a hit among d kidz in our
family....great going yaar..

shwethal

Vijaya Murali said...

Nice recipe. But my way is for dosa i take 3 cups rice and one cup urad dhal soak for 4 hrs and grindto smooth batter. Allow to ferment for 8 hrs. For poornam I take 1 cup tooor dHal & 1 cup Chana dhal soak it for 2 hrs & transfer the dhal to a pan, add turmeric & cook it open pan till the dhal turns soft but firm. Drain the water. & to this cooked dhal add one cup grated coconut, 2 cups jaggery and place it on the stove and take a pakam and once it cool down grind it to paste. Add elaichi powder andmixwell. Pour one dosa and after it is done spread poornam Andover that spread another dosa and slowly turn around and apply oil and cook in slow flame. Ready to Eat it vth ghee. In the same dhal cooked water can make obbattu chatamb by adding molakapudi, salt, groundpooram and tamarind juice vth hing tadka. Mouthwatering it is vth hot rice

Vanamala Hebbar said...

thank you vijaya,Will try your method next yr:)