Breakfast, as said is the most important meal of the day, therefore we have to make sure that it is filling, healthy and tasty. There are many Breakfast dishes across different cuisines in India like Poha, Idli, Upma, Dosa, Sandwiches, Pancakes etc but there is one of them which is loved by all, DOSA. It is a South Indian recipe which is a crispy thin crepe mostly served with Sambar and Chutney.
From plain Dosas to stuffed Dosas, there is a huge variety of them that you can make for your Breakfast. For the stuffing, you can choose your favourite vegetable and can make the filling according to your choice and preference. Other than this, you can also make Fusion Dosas like Schezwan Noodles Dosa, Red Sauce Pasta Dosa, Pizza Dosa etc.
But here we have lined up some Plain and Stuffed Dosas which are famous in South India and to add the flavour, we have paired it with some Mouth watering Sambar and Chutney Recipes. Just like Dosas, you can also add your favourite vegetables In Sambar and make it according to your taste buds. So what are you waiting for? Make these delicious combinations for your weekday or weekend breakfast and let us know how you liked it?
Mysore Masala Dosa Recipe is a famous breakfast dish among the Southern part of India. It is a thinly made rice crepe that is spread with a nice red chilli chutney made from roasted gram and also stuffed with a potato palya.
This spicy dosa tastes even better when paired with Mixed Vegetable Sambar, which is filled with the goodness of lot of vegetables. You can also choose vegetables according to your choice and preference. Also don't forget the yummy South Indian Coconut Chutney with this meal.
Kanchipuram Masala Dosa is a breakfast recipe that is stuffed with beetroot, carrot, onion and regular potato masala. This is available in many local restaurants in Tamil Nadu. Dosa is a favorite breakfast recipe, try to make variations by adding some vegetables which ends up making it a healthy start for your day.
Serve it with Thakkali Vengayam Sambar, which is also called as Tomato Onion Sambar. To complete the meal, serve Tomato Onion Chutney with the Dosa and Sambar.
Onion Rava Dosa is a simple variation to the very famous rava dosa, as name says this recipe has onion inside. There is no grinding or fermentation required in this dosa so it is quick and easy to prepare at any time. The batter for this super crispy dosa is prepared by just mixing all the required ingredients just 10 to 15 minutes ahead of preparation.
This Dosa tastes great when paired with Keerai Sambar where you can add green leafy vegetables according to your choice like Palak, Fenugreek Leaves, Amaranth leaves etc. Serve Red Chilli Coconut Chutney along with the meal.
Dosa is a staple dish in South Indian states. It is a fermented crepe made from rice batter and black lentils. It is a common breakfast dish and street food, and high in carbohydrates, and contains no sugar or saturated fats. This version of Dosa is soft from both the sides and filled with potato filling and red garlic chutney.
Serve this delicious Dosa along with Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar which is a drumstick and green leaves Sambar and Mysore Chutney.
Onion Tomato Podi Masala Dosa is a quick variation to your regular dosa. The crispiness of finely chopped onions, the spice and nutty texture from the Idli podi and soft tangy taste from tomatoes make these an added boost for your breakfast. The recipe of Onion Tomato Podi Masala Dosa is a quick variation that can be prepared as onion and tomatoes are available all the time in any household.
Serve this delicious Dosa with Onion Tomato Podi Masala along with Tamil Nadu Style Vengaya Sambar and Coconut Coriander Chutney.
What can be better than a delicious Crispy Ghee Roast Dosa for your breakfast? Light on stomach and tasty, this Dosa tastes great with Chow Chow Sambar and South Indian Onion Chutney.