Idli and Dosa are quintessential South Indian breakfast items that is eaten on a daily basis in most homes. Idlis and Dosas have even crossed over and has found a place in the breakfast menus of most Indians making it a universally (In India) accepted breakfast dish. The ease with which Idlis and Dosas can be made, the versatility of the dish that can include in itself various vegetable or ingredients in general makes it a roaring favourite.
But let's stop for a second and see what else can be whipped up without just plain idli or dosa being on the rote of breakfast items. If Idli or Dosa is a versalite item, the Idli batter is even more user friendly. Idli Dosa batter can be made in bulk and stored in a fridge for up to a week. The more older the batter gets, the more fermented it becomes making it that much tastier and healthier.
Our ancestors did not explain to us the importance of eating fermented food. But off late there have been a lot of research that has shown that, food that is prepared with fermented ingredients aids the body is developing better gut bacteria thereby keeping and maintaining our health to the optimum level.
The process of making Idli Dosa batter might sound complicated but once you've made it a couple of times, you'd keep on making it every week just so that you can make something with it for every other meal. It is like having a bag of frozen peas in your freezer, you can add peas to any meal you want. So please go ahead and follow this recipe of making Idli Dosa batter. The proportions of ingredients mentioned works perfectly and you can be assured of soft idlis and crispy dosa with it.
But in this article we are trying to list out to you what to prepare with Idli Dosa batter that is not just your plain Idli or Dosa. So below is an array of Recipes that you can try!