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Cheese Onion Rava Dosa

Rava dosa is an Indian crepe of South India. It is a derivative of Dosa. It is also known as Ravvattu orRave Dose. The best part of this dosa is it’s the instant version. It’s crisp and delicious breakfast iteam. Today I am sharing with you all my version of onion cheese rava dosa. The touch of cheese make it more elegant and more delicious. I am sure you all will love to have this cheese onion rava dosa.

Preparation time : 10 minutes 
Cooking time : 4 to 5  minutes for each 
Serves  : 5 to 6

Ingredients : 
½  cup suji / semolina 
½  cup rice flour 
¼  cup maida / all purpose flour 
2 onion chopped 
½  tsp crushed black pepper
½  tsp  whole cumin 
¼  tsp hing/ asafetida
3 tbsp oil 
1 ½ cup butter milk ( sour curd thinned with water )
5 to 6 tbsp grated cheese ( the more the merrier )

Methods of Cooking : 
In a bowl mix suji, rice flour, maida, black pepper, asafetida . Add buttermilk and make a thin water like drainy consistency. Add more water if needed.  Now heat the tawa. Sprinkle onion on it. Mix the batter well with hand. Then sprinkle the mixture with your hand so that you cover the whole space. After a minute sprinkle oil generously by the side and on the top of it. Let it cook for few minutes till the rava dosa is crisp and brown. At the end sprinkle grated cheese. Your  crispy cheese onion rava dosa is ready to relish. Follow this same procedure of mixing the batter before sprinkling it on tawa or else the batter settle down in the bottom of the mixing bowl. This is the best method to make thin crisp rava dosa.

I paired my rava dosa with potato sambar. The easy way to cook potato sambar is if you have some left over dal. Take it for the makeover. Add mustard seed, red chilly and curry leaves in a teaspoon of oil. Add cubed potato , sambar powder, turmeric powder, and cooked dal with some hot water with salt, sugar, and tamarind juice. Pressure cook for 1 or 2 whistle and your yummy hot delicious potato sambar is ready. Crispy thin rava dosa with melt in mouth hot potato sambar is a deadly combo indeed. Do try and let me know how you like this version of cheese onion rava dosa.

Happy Cooking!


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