Jowar Set Dosa

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Set dosas are a delicacy of Karnataka. The pillow soft dosas are usually served with chutney and sambar. I have already posted a recipe of set dosa with multi millets. Still, I wanted to share this excellent recipe with all of you because it tastes so good! 

Ingredients:

  • 1 Cup Sorghum/Jowar Grains
  • 1 Cup Idli Rice
  • 1 Cup Sago/Sabudana
  • 1 Cup Urad Dal
  • 2.5 Tsp Salt

Directions:

  1. Wash and soak all the ingredients together for 4 hours.
  2. Grind to a smooth batter. Add salt.
  3. Ferment it for 8 hours or overnight.
  4. Make dosas on medium heat by covering one side with a lid.
  5. Soft and spongy dosas are ready!

Note:

1. You can cook the other side also by flipping the dosa. It will give a crisp dosa.

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13 Comments

    1. Hi Meera,
      Grains are preferred for this recipe. But you can try with flour. Use 1.5 cups flour and keep other measurements same.

  1. Hi, the recipe looks interesting. Is there any substitute to dal? I have sensitivity to wheat and dals so looking for millet based recipes. Thanks.

    1. Hi Shreya,
      Instead of urad dal you can use 1tbsp of methi seeds and 1/2 cup poha. Soak methi separately. Grind it first to a fluffy texture and then grind others. Finally add 15 minutes soaked poha and grind. Hope this will work.

    1. Hi Swathi,
      Glad to hear that you enjoyed your dosa. Thanks so much for sharing your experience. If you have a picture please share it with me through FB messenger, so that I can publish it on Millet table FB page.

    1. Hi,
      Even millets contain starch. When had with healthy side dishes like protein based sambar and vegetable chutney, it becomes a balanced meal.

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