Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa)by Roshni Subudhi

Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa)by Roshni Subudhi
  • Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa) | How To Make Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa) (66 likes)

  • By Roshni Subudhi|
    Last updated on Feb 21st

How To Make Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa)

This dosa I learnt form my badi jethani. When I tasted this I was shocked when I learnt its made of atta. This is one of my husband’s favourite item. Whenever his mood is off, I prepare this jhatpat

  • Prep Time15mins
  • Cook Time5mins
  • Serves4People

Ingredients to make Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa)

  • 1 cup Atta or Wheat flour
  • 3 cups Rice flour
  • 1 tsp Turmeric powder
  • 2 Green chilies, chopped
  • 1 tbsp Coriander leaves, chopped
  • 2 large Onion, chopped
  • Oil to make dosa
  • Water to make batter
  • Salt to taste

Steps to make Atta Chakuli (Atte ka Dosa)

  1. Mix all dry ingredients to the flour except onion.
  2. Now add 1 cup water to this mixture and mix well, now add another 6 cups of water and mix until the batter consistency is like water.
  3. Heat oil in a tawa, spread a big spoon full batter over tawa and add chopped onion .
  4. Now after 1 min, rotate the tate so that dosa will be spread evenly and become crispy.
  5. After 1 min , it starts to leave from sides of tawa so carefully put spatula under tawa and remove it.
  6. Enjoy this crispy and crunchy yummy dosa with any chutney.
My Tip: If you keep dosa batter for 1 hr,it will come out easily and more tasty but if you are in a hurry, you can prepare it instantly. I did so many times One thing you have to remember is whenever you make this dosa your tawa should be properly greased.
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    Roshni Subudhi 21 days ago

    hi sonia...u can check the video recipe of this recipe in the following link....hope u like it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMGYgfcicIk&t=22s u can view some more recipes in the folloing youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUeaxifHDystz5buNjVIGWg

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    Sonia B 23 days ago

    Thanks dear

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    Roshni Subudhi 23 days ago

    Hi Sonia,Yes u can skip onion...by putting onion on dosa add extra flavour to the dosa. No need to grind the dosa but yes u can regrigerate it and use for nextday morning...just check the consistency coz rice flour might absorb the water and batter is little thick...and if you feel it is little thicker just add little water.

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    Sonia B a month ago

    Can we prepare this without onions.? And also can we grind the atta n refrigerate it,to do it in the morning?

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    Roshni Subudhi 2 months ago

    Thanku Rekha for liking this recipe,do try and let me know how it turns out...ur son review waiting

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    Rekha Malhotra 2 months ago

    Thanks a lot for this recipe. Bcos my son is very much found of dosa

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    Roshni Subudhi 5 months ago

    Thanku Aarti Garg...yahh its a quick recipe Do try n let me know how it turns out

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    Aarti Garg 5 months ago

    Nice and quick recipe. will try

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    Roshni Subudhi 9 months ago

    Yes Surbhi Gupta...its yummy

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    Roshni Subudhi 9 months ago

    Onion will little cooked with dosa...little crunchy in texture Ayesha Patel

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    Aysha Patel 9 months ago

    what happened to onion

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    Surbhi Gupta 9 months ago

    interesting it seems

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    Roshni Subudhi a year ago

    Thanku Alka Kamboj...its a favt dish of my husband

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    Alka Kamboj a year ago

    it sounds interesting

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    Roshni Subudhi a year ago

    Thanku dear Manali Shah...yah I do

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    Manali Shah a year ago

    Thank you for the recipe Roshni! Would love some feedback on my recipe :)

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