Godhuma Pindi Dosa


Last night, we were just pondering about what to have for dinner, when Hubby remembered this dosa from his childhood days. His mother had prepared it an a quick and tasty tiffin. Honestly, I was a bit skeptical, since I’d never heard of it before. But a quick search on the internet produced some interesting results. The final result was a quick, healthy and satisfying dinner.


Godhuma Pindi dosa with tomato perugu pachadi

Godhuma pindi (wheat flour) dosa is a very quick and satisfying tiffin, especially given that it literally takes 5 minutes to prepare the batter. It is easy to make, and pretty satisfying while staying health. A win-win all around…



  • 1 cup godhuma pindi (wheat flour)
  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 1 tsp salt
  • Water to mix the batter
  • cooking oil

Toppings on dosa (optional):

  • finely chopped green chillies
  • finely chopped ginger
  • jeera


  • Mix all the batter ingredients to pouring consistency. Make it a little thinner than normal dosa batter.
  • Keep all the toppings ready
  • Place an iron skillet on medium flame and let heat properly. Spread a little oil to ensure it is ready for the dosa.
  • Once the skillet is well heated, pour the batter outside in, like a rava dosa.
    • The dosa does resemble a rava dosa in the “holeyness”.

With the toppings of choice

  • sprinkle on the toppings of choice and add some oil to the outside of the dosa.
  • Once done, the edge will turn lightly brown and start to lift off the skillet.
  • Flip over and roast till done.

After flipping over..

  • Flip back, fold over and serve hot.

The inside is nicely roasted too!

This dosa can be had with any kind of chutney and is best served hot. The wheat flour adds a bit of healthiness to the evening tiffin, while is very quick and easy to make!

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