- Rice flour – 1 cup
- Rawa – 1 cup
- Maida – 1 cup
- Tomatoes – 2 medium
- Red Chilli powder – ½ teaspoon
- Asafotida Powder – a pinch
- Salt – 1 teaspoon or as per taste
- Oil as required
- Cut the tomatos into medium pieces and grind to a paste.
- Mix rice flour, rawa, maida, tomato paste, chilli powder, asafotida and salt. Add sufficient water make a thin batter. Keep it closed for 20 to 30 minutes.
- Heat tawa and grease with oil. Pour a big ladle of the batter and make a thin dosa. Pour a teaspoon of oil around the dosa and after it cooked one side, flip it over and cook other side also. Remove it.
- Note: You can also prepare this dosa using dosa batter. For one cup batter, grind one tomato and 1/4 teaspoon red chilli powder and add to the batter and make Tomato Dosa.
See also: Tomato Chutney, Tomato Kotsu
I prepared this for breakfast today and it came well. The tomato flavour is new and had a nice subtle taste. The dosas however did not turn up thin, they were a little thick, may be I need to dilute the batter a little more next time. Thanks for the nice recipe.
Thank you for visiting my site. Yes. The batter should be thinner than the normal dosa batter. (Like rava dosa batter).
can we post some recipes in the site
Yes. You are most welcome to post your recipes in my site. I will add it under "Guest Recipes" with your name. You may please mail the recipe to the e-mail: [email protected]
Hi Kamala.. Tried your Tomato Dosa today & it turned out awesome (pls name it instant tomato dosa :-).. It was not as crispy as your dosa (in the pic u posted) but truly a wonderful recipe.. You are a warehouse of recipes. Continue your good work..
Thank you for visiting and your kind comments. If you prepare with ordinary dosa batter mixed with tomato paste, you will get crispy dosa.
Thank you Kamala for the suggestion.. I'll try next time & post the feedback..
tried it today came out fine …. as i live in china cannot grind dosa batter …. but it was good 🙂
Thank you Foodie.
Am having 7 month baby. I am not able to spend lot of time in cooking. Ur recipes are simple , taste and takes less time to cook. Thank u post more 🙂
Thank you for your kind feed back Hemalatha.
Hello My Dear
Tried your Tomato Dosa today, it came out very nice, Thanks for the nice recipe.Continue your work thanks for your nice recipe
Thank you for your feed back.
I am newly married and I am learning cooking from your site only.
Thank you so so much.
Thank you Pavithra.
Hi,I tried your tomato dosa recipe it came out very well..thank you.keep your good work going…good luck!:)
Thank you Sushmeetha for your feed back.
Tried dis dosa n came out very well and crispy too..
Keep up ur gud work. Thank you.
Thank you Sana for your feed back.
Should we use apple tomato or sour tomato
You can use any tomato. But using sour tomato will make the dosa also slight sour.
Hi Kamala, What will be the best sidedish to try with this dosa?
Since this dosai is little tangy in taste, plain coconut chutney or coriander/mint chutney go well with this.
I liked all your receiped adn it seems simple and easy to cook. today tried tomato dosa and it came out very well didnt required chutney and all :D…waiting for more receipes from you.
I liked all your receipes and it seems simple and easy to cook. Today I tried tomato dosa and it came out very well didn’t required chutney and all :D…waiting for more receipes from you.
Thank you Ramya for your kind feed back.
I have a doubt. Is it raw rice flour or fried rice flour?
It is raw rice flour.
Hey, really nice blog and lovely recipes. Keep up the good work.
Thank you Farmina.
am going to try, looks delisious and simple. thank you mam, every day am trying yr recipies only.
Hi Kamala Mam,
Last week, I have sent u some message’s in the below mentioned site(ur koozh-vadam recipe). I’m eagerly waiting for your advises for the messages I have sent to u.
Thank u. suchithra
Its very usefull recipies .thanks for mam kamala
we made it today mam, nice……thanks
I followed the recipe but my dosa turned out rubbery n thick i used roasted rava was that a blunder ?
The matter may be thick and sometimes roasted rawa will not soak quickly. And also quality of the rice flour also make the difference. If you find it difficult to make with rawa, then add the tomato puree to the regular idli batter and try.
I could not find uttappam recipe here. Pls guide me if it is there
I have already posted utappam recipe. Check here for the recipe: http://www.kamalascorner.com/breakfast/oothappam.html
Happy pongal kamala
Wonderful dishes from your heart.
And a big thing to introduce this Anapurana (food) to young children to sinerors.
Healthy &I love receipies.
Wishing you and your family a very Happy Pongal. Thank you for your kind words.
oh! thanks for sharing this tomato dosa,, its really so tasty especially with coconut chutuny…
Thank you Aswini.