Neeru Dose

Neeru Dose is typically Dakshina Karnataka (South Karnataka) breakfast. Neeru in kannada means "Water". Prety much a very easy breakfast. This dosa does not need any fermentation and not much time is needed you can have it as evening snacks. Kai (coconut) chutney or khara (spicy) chutney will go with this. The consistency of this dosa is very thin. The only prepartion to make is to soak the rice about 3 to 5 hrs before.



Ingredients
  • White rice - 1 cup
  • Coconut , grated - 1/4 cup
  • Green chilli - 1 (optional)
  • Salt to taste
  • Water to grind
Method
  • Soak the rice and coconut for about 3 to 5 hrs
  • In a grinder add soaked rice and coconut along with green chilli ( optional, i'll add chilli for taste)
  • Add water 1 cup and grind it in a blender/grinder to a very smooth (Thin consistency)
  • Pour it into saucepan and add salt. Mix well
  • Heat tawa, spread little oil and pour the laddle full of batter
  • Put oil over the dosa and allow to cook
  • Turn over and cook for a minute and Serve with chutney


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19 comments

Parita said...

neeru dosa looks yummy!

Bergamot said...

i love neeru/ neer dosas and the ones you made look really yumm with the honeycomb effect so typical of these dosas.

Happy cook said...

Wow the dosa looks beautiful and yumm.

foodcreate said...

So beautiful and Sumptuous !

Thanks for sharing your dosa!


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Renu said...

a quick recipe.....I am trying all kinds of dosas these days...will try this one tooo

Kalai said...

I've never tried this before, but it's a great idea! Looks awesome, Mala. :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

We too make simlar to this,I just love this:)

rekhas kitchen said...

I too make almost the same love the pic.

Prathibha said...

I love these neer dosa's...Loved ur chutney bowl dear..

Malar Gandhi said...

Neer dose looks great!

Vaishali said...

Hi Mala, my dad's from Karnataka, and I really love the food of this region. The neeru dose looks fantastic- I remember eating it when I was a kid. I'd love nothing more than a plate of that right now!

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Neeru Dosa looks yummy. Thank you for stopping by.

Vanamala said...

Thank you all for your nice comments.

-Mala

Ashwini said...

neeru dosa is totally new to me.... i will try it soon..first time to ur blog.. got good recipes..

if u have time checkout my blog!!!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow.....looks yummy....

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Usha said...

This is such a delicious and delicate dosa, loved it !

vidhas said...

Neeru dosa looks tempting. Love to taste it.

AnuSriram said...

That looks so soft and spongy! Yummy recipe!