It is recent try in my kitchen. I adapted the recipe from here. Few days back I came across this recipe and wanted it to try sometime. I had a banana and hence waited till the skin turned black so that I can use it for this recipe. The dosa turned out very good. Just the way I like it !! It is healthy, quick and easy to put together.
One fruit which I don't enjoy eating, is a banana. But I like to bake or make halwa, sheera. So I love over ripe, ugly looking bananas :-) This recipe is good if you have many over ripe bananas. These dosas can also be served as after-school snack for kids.
- Semolina (Sooji)- 1 cup
- Over ripe Banana, big sized - 2
- Green Chilli - 1-2 (vary accordingly)
- Sugar- 3-4 Tbsp
- Grated Coconut, Fresh/frozen- 2 Tbsp
- Salt- A pinch
Put the green chili, sugar and the banana in a blender ( I had only one banana. Make sure to add more to get the good flavor).
Blend it to get a smooth paste.
Now take semolina in a bowl and add the ground banana, salt and grated coconut.
Mix well. Add little water to get a thick batter. Let it sit for 10- 15 minutes. After 15 minutes the batter tends to thicken as the semolina absorbs the moisture. Add more water to get a thick batter, of dropping consistency.
Now make small dosas on a pre heated griddle.
Flip it once the base of the dosa turns golden brown. Cook until the other side also turns golden brown.
Transfer it to a plate. Kyane Rulao Doddak is ready!!
Serve it hot with butter. Above measurement serves two people.