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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Palak Godhuma Dosa

Godhuma Dosa (Whole Wheat flour Dosa) is like a quick breakfast/brunch in almost every kitchen.. its so easy, breezy and yummy. This time I tried to add in some greens to make it healthy too. Sending this to Suganya's 'WBB-Healthy Eats' event.



This is what I did:



I pureed a cup of spinach leaves with a tbsp of Jeera, some fresh coriander and salt.
Then, In a bowl mix in these ingredients:
2 cups of Wheat flour
Salt to taste
1/4 tbsp Turmeric
1/2 tbsp Red Chilli powder
1 tbsp Besan (Chickpea flour)

Add the palak paste with sufficient water to get a dosa batter like consistency.
Finally, make our usual Godhuma Dosas and Serve with coconut chutney or idli karam powder.



Hope you all liked my palak twist..:D

Have a great weekend ahead folks!

~ Siri

20 comments :

  1. Excellent Siri! I make Godhi dosa but adding spiced spinach is brilliant!:)

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  2. Brilliant to add spinach! I love spinach in anything. Thanks, Siri! :)

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  3. Wow, interesting dosa Siri dear, looks delicious. It's so simple and easy, will try it very soon! :)

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  4. very healthy and yummy dosa siri

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  5. I love wheat dosa. Thanks for the entry, Siri. Were you able to taste raw spinach in the dosa?

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  6. Dosas are not our traditional dish, so i am surprised at the no of dosa dishes. I do make regular and rava dosa, will try this.

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  7. excellent...the spinach twist for this is good!1 perfect for "healthy eats"

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  8. thats a coool idea dear...thanks for the new idea

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  9. nice twist!...I was waiting for your call..:D

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  10. I liked this when I tried it out sometime back, but liked the taste of grated carrots better for some reason!

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  11. I am so glad that u all liked my palak twist to our yummy Godhuma Dosa.

    @ Suganya: To avoid the raw taste of palak, I made the dosas on low heat Suganya. Thanks for dropping by!

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  12. This looks great Siri. Very healthy too...Good job

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  13. Nice twist to the reguar ones Siri. It came out well. Viji

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  14. Hi Siri,

    Have blogged your recipe as a model recipe for the One page cook book listing 1001 dosas at www.ramkicooks.blogspot.com

    /Thanks for the recipe
    Ramki

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  15. DO we need to ferment the batter

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    1. Hi Geetha,

      Once mixed, let the batter sit for 15-20 minutes. No fermentation needed.

      Siri

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  16. Tried this todayy!! its so quick and tastyy!! thank you for this receipe..

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