Toor Dal Dosa Recipe | How to make Toor Dal Dosa Recipe

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By Gayathri Ramanan
Created on 4th Sep 2015
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  • By Gayathri Ramanan
    Created on 4th Sep 2015

About Toor Dal Dosa Recipe

This is my mom's recipes.Toor dal dosa is a simple and delicious dish. Toor dal dosa recipe is a part of South Indian diet and it is popular all over the India. South Indian cuisine includes the cuisines of the five southern states Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. Toor dal dosa is good for breakfast and also for the evening snack. The best part of toor dosa dosa is this, you can prepare the batter using fermentation method and also without fermentation. Toor dal dosa is a healthy recipe because toor dal contains iron, folic acid, fiber, magnesium, protein and carbohydrates. Toor dal helps to prepare beautiful, thin and crispy dosas. Toor dal dosa recipe is very easy and quick to prepare. You have to soak the rice, toor dal and fenugreek in water for about 4-6 hours. Drain the water and grind them in the blender along with the water until it turns into a smooth batter. Now add salt and mix them well. Now your batter is ready, If you want to make your dosa more crispy then you just leave this batter for 4 hours and then make crispy toor dal dosa. You can add grated carrots and curry leaves to the batter to make it more beautiful. Serve the toor dal dosa with any chutney of your choice.

  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time30mins
  • Serves8People
Toor Dal Dosa Recipe

Ingredients to make Toor Dal Dosa Recipe

  • 1 Cup of Boiled Rice
  • 1/2 Cup of Toor Dal
  • 2 Red Chilies or to taste
  • 1/2 Tsp of Fenugreek
  • Salt to taste

How to make Toor Dal Dosa Recipe

  1. Soak both the rice, toor dal, red chilies, fenugreek in water for 4-6 hrs or overnight.
  2. Drain the water, wash the rice, toor dal in tap water, grind it in a blender along with water until the batter turns smooth and soft. Add salt and mix well with hand. Leave it for 4 hrs or use it immediately.
  3. Heat a dosa pan or griddle, pour a ladleful of dosa batter and spread it like dosa. Drizzle a tsp of oil over dosa or in sides. Cook both the sides until it turns crisp and golden brown colour.
My Tip: You can avoid red chilies and add green chillies, if you don't want spicy side. You can also make dosa without red chilly. You can add grated carrots and curry leaves to the batter also.

Reviews for Toor Dal Dosa Recipe (36)

Arifa Khatoon3 months ago
Boiled rice means the rice which coastal region people use.
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mirza rubina3 months ago
It's a type of rice which comes in market after boiling....yes it's is raw rice which can b soaked in water... ii don't know the name of rice but u can ask the seller...
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Hema Rastogi3 months ago
Toor dal kya hota hai
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Niharika Tripathi5 months ago
Me also confused... Boiled rice ??& Also plz clarify rice and toohar daal soak together ??
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Gracelin Jean7 months ago
Swetha Reddy, you can call it as parboiled rice.. There are two types of rices which we use.. Raw rice and parboiled rice..
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Swetha Reddy8 months ago
boiled Rice in ingredients but soak Rice in water with toor dal?????? please clarify
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Valli Sankar8 months ago
cooked rice?it won't get spoiled??pls clarify
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Bharati Bakhtiani8 months ago
very appealing recipe:ok_hand:
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Meenakshi Nath8 months ago
if you are taking boiled rice then their is no need to soak the rice because boiled rice can't be soakec so pls first check them send the recipes thx a lot. but tuhar daal dosa banta bahut tasty hai
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Vaishali Gangawane8 months ago
It's ukda chawal which is easily available in the mkt.
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Zeenath Amaanullah10 months ago
do we hve to boil the rice and use?
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anupam tyagi10 months ago
recipe is simple but to spread on pan. is difficult .......please tell the method to spread so that it will come in one piece
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Tejal Ladkat Goyal10 months ago
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Heena Sainia year ago
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Saba Rehmana year ago
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Sheela Mehtaa year ago
So simple I like it
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Veena Kaliaa year ago
very nice easy recipe thanks
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Kamu Gohila year ago
verygood
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Sandhya Sudhindraaa year ago
Good recipe
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Lata Solankya year ago
very good recipi for new style dosa
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Rammi Sooda year ago
very nice
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Ujwala Boradea year ago
raw boiled rice
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Indira Josepha year ago
boiled rice is parboiled rice,its easily available in the market.its ideally used for making dosas
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Madhuchanda Sharmaa year ago
Hi Gayathri, there is some confusion. Can you please tell whether to use cooked rice or raw rice?
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rajkumari manohara year ago
when you say boiled rice do you mean cooked rice or something else
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Amarja Belsare Khandwea year ago
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pratibha raoa year ago
wow. .. That's a new one all right. Looks great.
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Jayshree Mehtaa year ago
1st u say boiled rice then u say soked rice overnight how is it possible
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Parul Mehtaa year ago
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