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Feb 10, 2010

Orange Rava Dosa

Orange Rava Dosa

One day I tried to make orange juice in a weird way. I took out orange wedges, put in the blender and blended finely. Then filtered it to extract juice, but could get only a glass full of juice with so many oranges and more of orange pulp. I didn't want to waste the orange pulp, so thought of using it in some recipe and stored it in the refrigerator for a day. The next day I got the idea of making dosas with the pulp. DH and kids laughed at the idea of an orange dosa, but they agreed that it tasted great when I made it.

Orange Rava Dosa
A closer shot


Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Rice Flour
  • 1 cup Semolina
  • 1 cup Orange Pulp
  • 3 or 4 Green Chilies
  • Few Curry Leaves
  • Few Cilantro Leaves
  • 1 tsp Cumin Seeds
  • Salt
  • Oil
Preparation:
Orange Rava Dosa Batter
  1. First grind green chilies + curry leaves + cilantro into a fine paste. Keep aside.
  2. In a wide bowl mix together rice flour + semolina + orange pulp + cumin seeds and make into a thin batter. Add salt as required. 
  3. The batter should be pouring consistency. Add the green chili paste to the batter and mix well.
  4. Heat a non-stick pan. Then take a ladleful of batter, first pour around the edges of the pan in a circle and quickly fill in the circle to make it into a big circle. 
  5. Pour some oil around the dosa and let the dosa cook for a while. 
  6. Then flip it over and pour some more oil (optional). 
  7. When it is cooked on both sides, remove from the pan and transfer to a serving plate.
  8. Repeat the same process until required amount of dosas are done. 
  9. We enjoyed our dosas with Peanut Chutney
  10. Yummy!!

Orange Rava Dosa

I am sending the heart-shaped dosa to "Hearts For St Valentine's Day Event", hosted by Priya.

35 comments:

அண்ணாமலையான் said... [Reply]

mmm very very tasty, mouthwatering rava dosa...

LG said... [Reply]

I am just imagining the taste Uma..

shanthi said... [Reply]

Innovative and nice heart shaped one

Priya said... [Reply]

Woww Uma am speechless, wat a creativity dear...orange rava dosa sounds really fantastic and love the heart shaped dosa, if u r interested do send to my event going on regar ding hearts shaped dishes...

kitchen queen said... [Reply]

wow! it is new to me but looks yummy and worth trying.

Sushma Mallya said... [Reply]

wow adding orange pulp is very innovative,must have been great to have it...loved the cute heart shape dosa...looks lovely uma

jayasree said... [Reply]

Orange pulp in dosa !!! How come chutney didnot strike you or have u already made it.

Jagruti said... [Reply]

Hey Uma
very innovative to use oranges in dosa..looks yummy and tasty..:))

sra said... [Reply]

Uma, I guess you don't have any leftovers, ever? :-D
How did it taste?

rekhas kitchen said... [Reply]

OMG hats off to you Uma idea is simply superb... rava dosa is my fav that too in orange flavor mmmmm interesting....

Rachana Kothari said... [Reply]

This is very interesting recipe...lovely addition of orange pulp!!!! very innovative:)

priya said... [Reply]

crispy n yummy dosa, dear!

Tina said... [Reply]

Nice recipe dear...

Asha said... [Reply]

How cute!!!! Heart Dosa and with Orange aroma and tang too, lovely.

Sailaja Damodaran said... [Reply]

Nice innovation.Very creative.

TREAT AND TRICK said... [Reply]

New twist to dosa by adding orange, great recipe, dear.

Happy Cook said... [Reply]

Delicious looking dosa.

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Shama Nagarajan said... [Reply]

delicious dosa...nice idea

Ramya Vijaykumar said... [Reply]

Would taste very delicious and yummy!!!

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Cham said... [Reply]

Haha there is no compost coming from ur kitchen. Kidding, I imagine the citrusy flavor of ur dosa!

Gita said... [Reply]

I too tried making orange juice that way :) using the pulp in rava dosas is an awesome idea Uma...looks crispy and tasty!

Usha said... [Reply]

Very unique and creative dosa ! Heart shaped one looks so cute...

FoodLovers said... [Reply]

nice one uma and a nice click too

Prathibha said... [Reply]

orange in dosa...??
sounds interesting!!!
nice heart dosa for d event

sowmya.s said... [Reply]

interesting..

G.Pavani said... [Reply]

uma dear,,dosa is looking yummy that to in heart shaped one..

Mythreyi Dilip said... [Reply]

Innovative and unique recipe:)

AdukalaVishesham said... [Reply]

very creative recipe.... this what we love abt food blogging.. you get to read and try very interesting and creative recipes...

Madhavi said... [Reply]

WOW orange dosa ? awesome looks greattt!!

Homecooked said... [Reply]

You really are a master at trying different and interesting recipes Uma! I never would have thought of it :) Looks great!

Babli said... [Reply]

Rawa dosa looks crispy and yummy. I feel like having it now. Wonderful presentation.

Shri said... [Reply]

Very delicious, Uma!

s said... [Reply]

genius!! great recipe..

RAKS KITCHEN said... [Reply]

Very innovative and cool recipe Uma! Looks nice too!

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