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 (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
- 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”.
- 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.
- Flip back, fold over and serve hot.
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!