Samba Wheat Dosa

samba wheat dosa

Sweet Wheat Dosa is my favorite recipe in childhood days. I love the flavor. I love the colour. And I love the taste. My mom used to mix gingelly oil and ghee. She used to tell that the taste of the dosa comes from this mixture. After starting this blog, I thought of posting recipe for many days. I will make it and take step-wise pictures. But I will start eating it before taking photos. I love the dosa that much. The flavor reminds me my childhood memories.

Back to the recipe. Samba Wheat ot Whole Wheat Flour is used for making this recipe. Don’t try it with regular atta flour. That will make it soggy. Samba wheat makes it more crispy and gives us more fiber. The original recipe uses grated coconut. I am using chopped almonds instead. In someway, I am giving you a healthy version of the dosa. Have it and tell me how it tastes. I just forgot to add a point. This is an Indian post pregnancy recipe. This will increase milk secretion.

samba wheat dosa

Samba Wheat Dosa | Sweet and Fiber Rich Breakfast

Recipe Source: Nagercoil Regional Recipe
Preparation time: Cooking Time: Yield 8 dosas (4 servings)
Serving size: 2 Dosas | Calories per serving: 250

Ingredients

samba wheat flour – 1 cup


Powdered Jaggery – 1/4 cup minus a teapsoon


Banana – 1 small


Almonds – 10, cracked to a coarse powder


Cardamom powder – little


Salt – a pinch


Gingelly Oil – as per your taste. I used 1/4 Teaspoon per dosa.

Quick Procedure

Take flour, salt, powdered jaggery and cardamom powder in a vessel.


Mix water, say 3/4 cup.


Mash the banana and add it to the batter.


Add coarsely powdered almond.


Mix everything well and batter should be thick for best results.


Heat a griddle. Grease with some oil and pour batter over it.Reduce the flame.


Once the colour fully changes on one side, flip it to the other side. Add little more oil at the sides. Raise flame to medium.


After few minutes turn it to the other side and raise flame to high. Just keep for few seconds.


Remove it and serve with few chopped bananas and little sugar.

Step-wise Pictures

Bet ready with required ingredients

Take flour, salt, powdered jaggery and cardamom powder in a vessel. Mix water, say 3/4 cup.

Mash the banana and add it to the batter. Add coarsely powdered almond.

Mix everything well and batter should be thick for best results.

Heat a griddle. Grease with some oil and pour batter over it.Reduce the flame. Once the colour fully changes on one side, flip it to the other side. Add little more oil at the sides. Raise flame to medium. After few minutes turn it to the other side and raise flame to high. Just keep for few seconds. Remove it and serve with few chopped bananas and little sugar.

Dosa is ready to serve hot with raw sugar and chopped bananas. That are completely optional because, the dosa itself will be very tasty.
samba wheat dosa

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