Restaurant Style Paper Dosaby Anupa Joseph

Restaurant Style Paper Dosaby Anupa Joseph
  • Restaurant Style Paper Dosa | How To Make Restaurant Style Paper Dosa (233 likes)

  • By Anupa Joseph|
    Last updated on Feb 21st

How To Make Restaurant Style Paper Dosa

Paper dosa

  • Prep Time15mins
  • Cook Time10mins
  • Serves8People

Key ingredients for Restaurant Style Paper Dosa

  • Sambhar Powder

Ingredients to make Restaurant Style Paper Dosa

  • 2 cups of white rice
  • 1 cup of parboiled / ponni rice
  • 1 cup of urad dal
  • 2 tbsp of chana dal
  • 1/2 tsp of fenugreek seeds
  • Oil
  • Water
  • Salt to taste

Steps to make Restaurant Style Paper Dosa

  1. Wash the ingredients 1-5 separately. Soak them in water, overnight.Drain out excess water from them. Grind the urad dal, fenugreek seeds and chana dal , having added water as required, to form a batter. Remove it into a bowl
  2. Grind the white rice and ponni rice, having added water as required to form a batter. Pour it into the bowl.Add salt as per taste and mix thoroughly so that both the batter gets incorporated well.
  3. Store it in a warm place and leave it to ferment.Once fermented, give the batter a gentle mix.
  4. Heat the skillet. Drizzle few drops of oil and wipe it off with a paper towel.Pour a ladle full of batter in the middle of the skillet and spread the batter outward in a circular motion with a flat bottom steel bowl.
  5. Once the dosa looks cooked and starts getting golden brown, drizzle few drops of oil over it. Remove it on to the serving plate
  6. Serve hot with sambhar and coconut chutney.
My Tip: Chana dal brings about crispiness to the dosa and hence you shouldn't avoid using it. You could avoid ponni rice, if its not available. For the fermentation to happen during cold months, you could place it in the oven with its lights on/ preheat the oven slightly and turn it off and then place the bowl with the batter in it.
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    Anupa Joseph 12 days ago

    Gayatri- Chana dal is what makes it crispy.. SO you may want to add it :)

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    Anupa Joseph 12 days ago

    Archana - Fermentation would depend upon the weather of the place you are located... If its winter, it takes 10-12 hours for me ... In summer, it would take 8 hours or so...Leave it in a warmer place, like inside an oven or near the stove while you cook for quicker fermentation

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    Anupa Joseph 12 days ago

    Sangeeta - parboiled rice is a variety of rice that you get in the market.... you cannot make it at home

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    Vibha Tandon 12 days ago

    Woow looking mouthwatering

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    Gayatri Tandon 13 days ago

    Excellent. I make without channa dal. Now, I will try with channa dal Thanks

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    Sangeeta Biswas 13 days ago

    Can we make Parboiled rice at home?

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    Neeta Nagpal 13 days ago

    Nice suggestions

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    Paramjeet Kler 16 days ago

    Good

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    Archana Pandey 7 months ago

    how long does it take to ferment,in winter n summer

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    Anupa Joseph 8 months ago

    Thank u Manjushree for trying :)

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    Manjushree Sooraj 8 months ago

    excellent recipe...we all liked it very much...Thankx a lot for sharing such a yummy recipe :)

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    Anupa Joseph 10 months ago

    It would totally depend on the weather conditions. During summer, it could be done in like 5 hours but in winter it could go up to 10 hours...

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    Archana Pandey 10 months ago

    left to ferment for how long

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    Anupa Joseph 10 months ago

    Nope...Boiled rice won't work... instead just use extra white rice i.e. instead of 2 cups of white rice and 1 cup of parboiled rice...use 3 cups of white rice

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    Shwaity Dayal 10 months ago

    can we use boiled rice in place of parboiled rice

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    Poonam Gurnani 10 months ago

    excellent .thanks

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    Nikky Goel 10 months ago

    excellent ,thanks

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    Anupa Joseph 10 months ago

    Parboiled rice is partially boiled rice that you get in the market... you could avoid using it if its difficult to find yet make crispy dosa if you use all other ingredients

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    Meena Patel 10 months ago

    very easy to understand

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    Anupa Joseph 10 months ago

    ponni rice is also called parboiled rice

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    Rittika Ailsinghani 10 months ago

    What is ponni rice

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