Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Baigan Masala Dosa

              Today's recipe is an interesting recipe with a left over dish. I have tried Broccoli Potato Masala Dosa,Cauliflower Masal Dosa,Tomato Masala Dosa,Mushroom masal Dosa and here comes Baigan Masala Dosa with left over Baigan Bharta. This time Eggplant which i bought was too big and i made Baigan Bharta in huge portion. After using it for lunch and dinner and i had some left over. Not willing to eat them again in same way, so wanna tried some masala dosa with Red Chutney. Really it was different and so yummy with Red chutney combo. But on that day my kids were not feeling well, so i couldn't concentrate more on the presentation n picture, Simply i clicked few shots and finished the session. Trust me,Its really worth to give a try. Now to the recipe..


Ingredients
  1. Idly/Dosa Batter    as needed
  2. Baigan Bharta     1 cup
  3. Oil/ghee    to make dosa
  4. For Red Chutney:
  5. Dry Red chillies     4 no.s
  6. Garlic    4 cloves(peeled)
  7. Ginger    1/2" piece
  8. Tamarind      pea sized
  9. Dalia/roasted chana dal     1 tbsp
  10. Salt    to taste
Method
  • Grind all the ingredients from "Red chili to Salt" using very little water to a smooth paste and keep aside.
  • Heat a tawa/griddle, pour a ladle full of dosa batter and spread in circular motion to make thin crepes (make as thin as possible).
  • Drizzle oil around, spread the red chutney and add 1-2 tbsp of baigan bharta and spread gently, then fold the dosa and serve immediately.



28 comments:

  1. Looks fabulous, Sangee - what a delightful platter :)

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  2. What a yummy way to finish off leftover baingan bartha and the platter looks very inviting..

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  3. Interesting stuffing! That plate makes me hungry! ;)

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  4. Nice one Sangee .. love dosa. You could link this also to the brinjal-garlic event since it has both the ingredients.

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  5. Great presentation....awesome recipe

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  6. Wow!!!sangee kalakiteenga,wonderful and innovative recipe.....

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  7. Really innovative...and that platter looks so tempting...WIsh I could just grab and eat it up!! :-)

    Regards,
    Manju

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  8. Wonderful recipe. Looks fabulous, yummy and tempting.

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  9. Your platter looks yum with so many dishes..and this is a nice idea to use up bharta leftover.

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  10. Last click is so good maked any one to drool lovely and truly yummy recipe..

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  11. First time visitor to this blog through The Gourmet Sevent.. Loved this space. Very interesting recipes and awesome clicks.. Happy to follow you..

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  12. Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting masala dosa.

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  13. Its really a good idea of making brijnal masala dosa..never tried so far. will do for myself and enjoy , thnx for the recipe :)

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  14. A fantastic idea!!! That is one yummy dosa :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  15. Very innovative n healthy addition.Dosa looks so yummy.

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  16. Lovely! Looks so crispy and the shape reminds me of samosa.

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  17. Wow looks like a yummy combo for masala dosa..looks yum

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  18. Wow! Dosa and that too with eggplant filling...such a brinjali bright idea!! :)

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  19. First time in your blog and love to see this unique recipe! I never have dosa with baigan bharta filling ...I must try! your pics are superb!
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  20. hey, this is good. i am definitely going try that red chutney part soon; the baigan has to wait for me to make bartha :-)

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  21. Nice recipe ...looks so yum ...that platter is very delish

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  22. Love that platter with all that colorful chutney,vadai and milagai podi. Masala dosai with baingan masala, very interesting.

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  23. What a nice change from the regular masala dosa...

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  24. Awesome way to use left over baingan masala.

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  25. Thanks all for your appreciation on my new creation n so happy that u all liked it too :)
    @ Vardhini...yes,actually I made this for my event only but totally forgot about that...thanks for mentioning.

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  26. Baingan and masala dosa is really a unique combination ..but I;m sure it tastes great!!

    BTW hopped from Vardhini's post & incidentally her 2 recent posts are same as urs..looking forward to gourmet 7's creation

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