Anisha

25 days ago

Masala Dosa with Coconut Peanut Chutney. 
Another attempt to prepare Dosa, this time just aloo masala ( onion and Potato filling) and Coconut and roasted Peanut Chutney( dip). I used the market made batter ( to ferment the rice batter takes time and is a bit difficult in winters). For the Masala, I used Rai seeds and curry leaves tadka, onions, potatoes and seasoning ( salt, chilli powder, turmeric, coriander seed powder and Homemade garam masala). Though I use the same seasonings for every meal that I cook, yet the masala tasted so authentic, and different from my northern taste. 
For the Chutney or dip, I roasted the peanuts till I could smell that aroma of them being done, let them cool, grind them with coconut grate, salt and green chillies. You can add a spoonful of curd for more creamy texture. 
And that’s it. I skipped Sambhar this time because this meal was not planned, and was prepared in a hurry. Yet I felt warm and complete as I had this meal. 
Do let me know your reviews about it. Dosa batters are usually available in the market now, so go try make them. Its easy, healthy and tasty. 
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Masala Dosa with Coconut Peanut Chutney. Another attempt to prepare Dosa, this time just aloo masala ( onion and Potato filling) and Coconut and roasted Peanut Chutney( dip). I used the market made batter ( to ferment the rice batter takes time and is a bit difficult in winters). For the Masala, I used Rai seeds and curry leaves tadka, onions, potatoes and seasoning ( salt, chilli powder, turmeric, coriander seed powder and Homemade garam masala). Though I use the same seasonings for every meal that I cook, yet the masala tasted so authentic, and different from my northern taste. For the Chutney or dip, I roasted the peanuts till I could smell that aroma of them being done, let them cool, grind them with coconut grate, salt and green chillies. You can add a spoonful of curd for more creamy texture. And that’s it. I skipped Sambhar this time because this meal was not planned, and was prepared in a hurry. Yet I felt warm and complete as I had this meal. Do let me know your reviews about it. Dosa batters are usually available in the market now, so go try make them. Its easy, healthy and tasty. #vegetarian #vegetarianrecipes #vegetables #vegan #veganrecipes #veganfood #healthy #healthyfood #healthyrecipes #masaladosa #masaladosai #southindianfood #southindian #homemade #homemadefood #homecooked #homecookedmeal #nyc #nycc #nycfood #nycfoodie #nycfoodgals #chefmode #chefmodeon #nj #njfoodie #food #foodporn #foodblogger #foodblog