Bajra Rava Dosa

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Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Rava dosas are made instantly without fermenting the batter. The thin crisp dosas are  one of the much sought out dish when people go out for eating. This is prepared with a mixture of maida, rice flour and rava. I have used millet flour and it turned out too good and was light on tummy!



  1. Make a thin batter without lumps with the ingredients mentioned above.
  2. Soak for an hour.
  3. Heat a nonstick dosa pan and pour batter. Pour the batter from outside circle and proceed inside to get  a perfect circle. No need to spread the batter.
  4. Cook on medium heat with oil and when one side is completely roasted flip and cook the other side for a few minutes.
  5. Remove and serve hot with chutney/sambar/podi.
  6. While making each dosa ensure that the batter is mixed thoroughly before pouring.

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  1. Thank you so much VV May for this wonderful bajra receipe , my 20 mths old twins love it😀

    1. Hi Saranya,
      Glad to know that your twins loved it. Thanks so much for sharing this lovely validation!! God bless you all!!

  2. Hi Vijji,
    Tried this recipe, it was liked by my kid and hubby also tried it again with a variation of adding jowar flour in place of rice flour!!! Thanku so much VV

    1. Hi Shanthi,
      Thanks for trying this recipe and I am very happy to know that your family loved it!! Adding jowar flour or multi Millet flour gives the same result as rice flour!! Happy for you!!

    1. I am planning to make this using Jowar rava – rava of the jowar grain. I too have an intolerance for wheat/maida/sooji.

    1. Hi Kamala,
      Thanks for your visit. Please share your experience when you try.I am sure, you won’t regret trying this recipe!

  3. Made this dosai today mam…… awesome taste…..thanks for sharing the receipe……sorry I forgot to take a picture……plus I made it in iron tava ……had no problems with it…..

    1. Hi Vidya,
      Thanks for trying and happy to know that you had no problem using iron tawa. It motivates me try in iron tawa next time. Thanks so much.

    1. Hi Vidya,
      You can use an iron skillet. These type of dosas tend to stick on the tawa. That is why I mentioned above a nonstick one. Rub the tawa with onion and then try. Cook on low medium heat.

  4. I can say much tastier than normal rava dosa & much easier to more traditional rava dosa.thanks VV.

    1. Hi Bala,
      Thanks for trying and validating the recipe. Fully agree with what you mentioned. The dosas are light on tummy!

  5. I have been following your recipes for a while and hv been successful in all trials, when I see this recipe couldn’t resist as I had all the ingredients, like all your other recipies this is also an instant hit at home came out perfect thank you so much Viji

    1. Hi Preethi,
      Thanks for trying and validating the recipe. Happy to know that it was a hit with your family!! Happy for you!

  6. I saw this post and tried immediately. I should say it was much crispier than rava dosa and easier to flip. Bajra also a very good taste to the dosa. Thanks VV

    1. Hi Vidhu,
      You are the one who tried and validated the recipe immediately!! Thanks so much!! Happy to know that you loved it. Happy for you!!

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