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.
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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
First grind green chilies + curry leaves + cilantro into a fine paste. Keep aside.
a wide bowl mix together rice flour + semolina + orange pulp + cumin
seeds and make into a thin batter. Add salt as required.
should be pouring consistency. Add the green chili paste to the batter
and mix well.
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.
Pour some oil around the dosa and let the dosa cook
for a while.
Then flip it over and pour some more oil (optional).
it is cooked on both sides, remove from the pan and transfer to a
Repeat the same process until required amount of dosas are done.