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Oct 12, 2011

Neer Dosa N Spicy Tomato chutney

          Today we are entering in to the 6th week of fun filled event,Blog Hop Wednesday started by Radhika. Really i am enjoying this event with new friends and also by trying out some wonderful dishes from their lovely blogs. So far i visited 5 of my friend's blog and tried and tasted some of their dishes. So friends if you also want to enjoy a ride in this great event do visit the link above and leave a mail and join the group.

         As per this week's schedule i visited Ramya's blog . she got all kinds of recipes , from started to bakes. From that i have chosen "Neer Dosa" and Tomato chutney  from her space . Both are yummy dishes and matches well. So quick and simple recipe.

For Neer Dosa

  1. Raw Rice   1 cup 
  2. Shredded Coconut  1/2 cup
  3. Salt   to taste
  4. Water     as needed


  • Wash and Soak rice for about 1-2 hours .
  • Grind the rice along with shredded coconut to a smooth batter using water.
  • Then transfer the ground batter to a bowl, add water to make the batter to a thinner consistency like water.Make thin as much as possible.
  • It should be like water, free flowing batter.Add salt and set aside for 15-20 minutes (for fine taste n result).
  • No need for fermentation...this is instant dosa batter .
  • Method
  • Heat a sauce pan, smear with oil and pour a laddle full of batter randomly and swirl the gently and cover it with a lid.
  • Cook for 2 minutes and the open the lid and fols the dosa like handkerchief and transfer to a serving plate.
  • Enjoy with any spicy chutney or vegetable stew.

Do not stack the dosa when it is hot...or  else it will get sticky n not able to serve neatly.(like me)

Tomato chutney

        I tried this tomato chutney from her space only and added urad dal extra to the recipe. this is so simple and quick chutney.

  1. Onion   1 medium9roughly chopped0
  2. Tomato   2large(diced)
  3. Urad dal   1 tsp
  4. Chilli powder   1/2 tsp
  5. Coconut   2 tbsp(shredded)
  6. Oil    1 tsp

To Temper

  1. Oil    1 tsp
  2. Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
  3. Chana dal   1/4 tsp
  4. Urad dal    1/4 tsp
  5. Curry leaves    few
  6. dry red chilli   1 no.(broken)


  • Heat oil in a pan, add urad dal fry till light golden brown and add onions and saute till raw smell leaves.
  • Then add tomatoes and saute till soft and then add chilli powder and shredded coconut and stir fry for a minute.
  • Turn off the stove and allow the mixture to cool.
  • Then grind to a smooth paste using blender and transfer the chutney to a bowl.
  • Heat oil in a tempering pan , add the tempering ingrdients one by one and add it to the chutney.
  • That's it spicy tangy tomato chutney is ready to serve for Idly/Dosa.
  • I served this chutney along with Neer Dosa and enjoyed our delicious breakfast.

Linking this recipe to the event, Blog Hop Wednesday, and also to the event Kerala Kitchen. hosting by Khushi.
checkout Here to see what other bloggers are doing for Blog Hop Wednesday - Week 6


  1. lovely recipe of instant dosa.. looks too good..

  2. that was so quick Laxmi and Bikram Ji...thank you so much...

  3. I love this but never tried this.Can you guess what I am planning to make for dinner after seeing this yummy dosa at your place.Will let you know the results.

  4. the combo looks great and I love your photo tricks :)

  5. dosa looks so soft...lovely...

  6. dosa is looking attractive B&Wclicks super

  7. the dosa looks so thin!! lovely send the entry by email
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  8. Neer dosa is always an instant to go breakfast..

  9. lovely n very thin dosas..made perfect,dear!!yummy combo with tomato chutney..

  10. neer dosas look perfect n delicious, i used to have this a lot when I was working in Blr...nice combo with chutney, sure looks yum..

  11. Love this dosa. Very nice combo for perfect dinner or breakfast.

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  12. Neer dosa luks Yumm and luv that mouthwatering Chutney too.

  13. would love to make something like this...look so pretty n fragile..

  14. lovely combo and the pics are so good

  15. neer dosa n tomato chutney wow perfect combo!!

  16. the dosa and chutney look fabulous.. perfect combination...

  17. Looks simply fantastic, love the clicks. Superb combo too.

  18. Wonderful recipe of dosa.Looks crispy and yummy.Tomato chutney looks delicious.

  19. Wonderful combination.I love neer dosa any time.Nice clicks too Sangee.

  20. wow very tempting chutney,luks yum...

  21. Both makes me hungry,even after having my breakfast,sooooo tempting..

  22. Love these soft and lacy dosas...A yummy combo with tomato chutney

  23. Sangee, please have me over the next time you make this or better yet, invite me and feed me this combo- the pictures are gobblicious!

  24. Soo inviting..Neer dosa looks soo light..Perfect combo with tangy tomato chutney:-)

  25. im glad you tried 2 recipes and liked it..Neer dosa goes very well with non veg curries...give it a try sometime

  26. So thin and yet so perfect dosas! I am sure I would have gotten them in bits and pieces if I had tried :D! Wonderful job :)

  27. Thanks a bunch gals for all your lovely glad to receive good appreciation from you all for my clicks...thank you buddies...Really this is a quick n filling try this n enjoy with your family !!!

  28. neer dosa looks perfect...awesome combo...

  29. Hi Sangee,

    I have always wanted to make NeerU dosa and I remember tasting it from one of my kannadiga friends but then I could never actually ask her how its made. Shall try it from ur version. Lovely posts!


  30. neer dosa looks perfect..bookmarked .
    first time in your blog..glad to find so many yummy dishes on a single space..following you..
    when you get time pls visit mine


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