Enjoy A Lip Smacking South Indian Breakfast Of Ghee Masala Dosa, Sambar and Chutney

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DOSA, which is also called as Dose a very popular South Indian breakfast that is served for Breakfast. Dosa, is a crispy thin Indian crepe that is made from Rice and Dal batter which is fermented overnight. In India, you will find Dosa in almost every restaurant, whether its a South Indian restaurant or a North Indian restaurant. Dosa is popularly eaten for Breakfast along with Sambar and Chutney, but you can also serve it along your South Indian Curries. Dosas are a very important part of the South Indian and Sri Lankan diets, but slowly it has become popular in every part of India. 

There are many types of Dosa such as Plain Dosa, Ghee Roast Dosa, Masala Dosa, Mysore Masala Dosa, Benne Dosa, Neer Dosa, Onion Rava Dosa etc which are very popular in South Indian Darshinis. With time, there have been many Fusion Dosas as well such as Chinese Noodle Dosa, Baby Corn Dosa, Chilli Paneer Dosa, Mushroom Dosa etc, but our all time favourite is MASALA DOSA''. 

When served on the Breakfast table along with other dishes, Masala Dosa is surely a winning dish on the table. Here, the crispy Ghee Roast Dosa is filled with a spiced potato filling. The spiced potato filling for the Masala Dosa has onions, green chillies, curry leaves, ginger and chana and urad dal, which makes the Aloo masala even more flavourful.

You can always make the batter at home, but if you are crushed for time then you can make your life simpler by using iD Fresh Dosa Batter as well. iD Fresh Dosa Batter helps you make crispy golden brown dosas at home easily with the same taste of a home made dosa batter. You simply need to cut open the pack, dilute the batter with some water to make the consistency of your choice, add salt to taste and make these delicious crispy Dosas.

Here, this delicious Masala Dosa is served along with Tomato Onion Sambar and Coconut Chutney, which makes this Dosa taste even better. You can make the chutney beforehand and keep in the fridge for two days. Make sure you do not store it for more than two days, as it will get spoil because of the fresh Coconut. Serve a hot cup of Filter Coffee along, to enjoy this delicious South Indian Breakfast meal.

  • 1. Ghee Masala Dosa Recipe

    Inviting and delicious, crispy Masala Dosas for breakfast can make everyone's day better. It is a popular South Indian breakfast dish where crispy ghee dosa is filled with a spiced potato filling. 

    You can always make the batter at home, but if you are crushed for time then you can make your life simpler by using iD Fresh Dosa Batter as well. 

    iD Fresh Dosa Batter helps you make crispy golden brown dosas at home easily with the same taste of a home made dosa batter. You simply need to cut open the pack, dilute the batter with some water, add salt to taste and make these delicious crispy Dosas.

    The spiced potato filling for the Masala Dosa has onions, green chillies, curry leaves, ginger and chana and urad dal, which makes the Aloo masala even more flavourful.

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  • 2. Thakkali Vengaya Sambar Recipe - Tomato Onion Sambar

    These Crispy Ghee Dosa with delicious Potato Masala inside tastes delicious with piping hot Sambar. Here, we have served a Tomato Onion Sambar, which is also called as Thakkali Vengaya Sambar.

    Thakkali Vengaya Sambar is a light sweet, spicy and sour dish made from tomato, small Sambar Onions and the homemade Sambar Powder. Tamarind is added in this Sambar to make it more flavorful and delicious.

     

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  • 3. Coconut Chutney Recipe- For Idli And Dosa

    Along with Sambar, we have also served the popular South Indian Coconut Chutney that you can serve with Dosa, Idli, Uttapam, Upma etc.

    The Coconut Chutney Recipe uses fresh coconut, ground along with Green Chilies and Roasted Chana along with a dash of Lemon or Yogurt that makes it tangy and opens up your senses. T

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  • 4. South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe With Filter Coffee Powder

    A South Indian Breakfast is never complete without a hot cup of Filter Coffee. South Indians love this coffee recipe during evenings and they pair it up with a variety of snacks or breads and likely.

    Filter coffee is also paired during morning that accompanies the South Indian breakfasts. The filter coffee is served in small steel cups, traditionally.

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