Breakfast Bowl: Mysore Masala Dosa, Keerai Vadai, Coconut Chutney And Fruits

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You all have seen our Breakfast plates, so we thought we will do something different which looks intersting and appetising. Therefore, we bring you a South Indian style breakfast bowl which includes Mysore Masala Dosa, Coconut Chutney, Keerai Vadai, Sprout Salad and Fruits. This makes for a perfect Sunday Breakfast or any day when you have a holiday. The potato filling in the Masala dosa along with the spicy red chutney smeared inside will be a burst of flavour in your mouth if not more when scooped with a generous side of coconut chutney. 

Dosa batter has a healthy proportion of rice and lentils, there is a balance of carbohydrates and proteins in the diet which can keep you going through the day. The side accompaniment of Sambar adds another healthy dose of lentils along with vegetables like pearl onions. Chutney, who's main ingredient is coconut has a range of health benefits and makes a perfect pairing along with dosa and sambar. 

1. Mysore Masala Dosa

This type of Masala Dosa is considered special this combination of dosa is not only prepared with a potato stuffing but also a spicy chutney smeared in the inside of the dosa to make it extra tasty. So go ahead and make this fantastic dosa recipe and enjoy your meal. 

If you like this recipe, here are a few more Dosa recipes

  1. Foxtail Millet Podi Dosa Recipe
  2. Mangalorean Neer Dosa Recipe (Savory Rice & Coconut Crepe)
  3. Kanchipuram Masala Dosa Recipe


Mysore Masala Dosa Recipe


 2. Coconut Chutney

This Chutney is an easy and quick to prepare chutney- all it takes is a few ingredients that are stocked in every Indian Kitchen - Coconut, Chili. Ginger and almonds and roasted chana dal. All it takes is a quick blitz in the mixer and your chutney is ready.

If you like this recipe, here are a few more chutney recipes. 

  1. Dhaniya Pudina Chutney
  2. Lahsun ki Chutney | A Spicy Garlic Chutney
  3. Date and Tamarind Chutney Recipe | Khajur Imli Chutney


Coconut Chutney



3. Keerai Vadai

Keerai means greens and Vadai means fritters. Keerai Vadai or the fritters can be made using variety of greens. Spinach, dill and fenugreek being the most common. These crispy fritters are very simple to make and can be made in advance. You can even freeze them, making it easier to enjoy it whenever you desire.

If you like this recipe, here are a few more Vadai recipes

  1. Carrot Pudina Masala Vadai
  2. Murungai Keerai Masala Vadai
  3. Aama Vadai

Keerai Vadai