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veena Grover RYT

Dipka,You can leave batter over night in the oven, not on or wrap batter with couple of towels over night.The batter should be even thinner than pancake batter.Take a skillet {Teflon Coated} just touch of oil ,heat it well & add batter, spread with spoon,means flatten it & cover with lid on medium heat & add potatoes, whatever filling you want. Good luck.


Linda, I love Dosas too! I was in South India recently for four months and you can bet they were my go-to food for breakfast or light dinner. One of the greatest things about Dosa is that you can prepare the batter and keep it in refrigerator when you have a busy week. Also, fun food for a party of friends.


Is there a recipe that goes with this article? Would love to make dosas as she describes!


You could warm up food in the oven, and then use the warm oven to store the dosa and idli batter; or place it near the heater in your house. he batter would ferment quickly.
A delicious potato masala that you can serve with the dosa is this one:


I love spicy food! Recently I've become quite attached to this vegan chili recipe, it lasts for days and gets spicier each time you reheat it!

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