Javvarisi Dosa Recipe - Soft & Instant Sabudana Dosa Recipe
The Javvarisi Dosa Recipe is an instant and soft dosa that can be prepared with a little bit of notice. The soaked sabudana/sago is ground along with rice and pepper and made like a normal dosa and served with chutney and sambar.
Javvarisi Dosa Recipe is a delicious dosa that is made from sabudana pearls also known as sago or tapioca pearls. Sago, is ground along with rice and spices with black pepper corns and cooked similar to how the Rava dosa is made.
Sago/Sabudana is a classic grain used while preparing dishes for Upvas or Ekadashi. It is high in carbohydrates that helps people who are on diet, to help them with energy during the day. Sabudana is also made in Kheer or mixed with milk and fed to babies/toddlers for weight gain. Popularly Sabudana is used as one of main ingredients in Falooda.
If you like this Javvarisi Dosa Recipe, try making more dosa recipes like
- 1/2 cup Sabudana (Tapioca Pearls)
- 1/4 cup Curd (Dahi / Yogurt)
- 1 cup Idli Rice
- 1 Onion , finely chopped
- 1/2 teaspoon Whole Black Peppercorns , coarsely pounded
- 1 teaspoon Ginger , grated
- Salt , to taste
- 6 Curry leaves , chopped
- Coriander (Dhania) Leaves , small bunch, finely chopped
- Cooking oil , for making dosas
How to make Javvarisi Dosa Recipe - Soft & Instant Sabudana Dosa Recipe
To begin making the Javvarisi Dosa Recipe, soak Javvarisi (Sabudana) in yogurt and the rice in water for about 4 to 5 hours.
After the soaking, blend both the sago and rice together, adding just enough water to make a smooth Javvarisi Dosa batter of a thick consistency.
Heat a teaspoon of oil in a small pan; add mustard seeds and allow them to crackle. Add in the chopped onions, curry leaves, ginger and saute for a few minutes until the onions turn soft and translucent.
Add the onion mixture, along with the crushed pepper to the ground Javvarisi Dosa batter.
At this point add enough water to make a pouring consistency Javvarisi Dosa batter (thinner than pancake batter)
Preheat a skillet; once the skillet is hot, pour the Javvarisi Dosa batter from the center to sides. The batter will sizzle away and spread itself to the sides.
You will not have to spread the Javvarisi Dosa batter, just tilt the skillet and allow the batter to spread naturally.
Drizzle some oil around the sides and allow the Javvarisi Dosa batter to crispen and brown itself, flipping it once to the other side to cook as well. Proceed the same way with the remaining Javvarisi Dosa batter.
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