This Vendhaya (Fenugreek) Dosai is made with parboiled (idli) rice and raw rice. It is usually served with Green Chilli Chutney or Onion Chutney
Green chilli chutneyDifficulty: Easy
This green chilli chutney made with sambar (pearl) onion and green chillies is an ideal dip for Vendhaya Dosai.
Spicy Onion ChutneyDifficulty: Easy
This spicy version of onion chutney is made with pearl (sambar) onion, red chilies and tamarind.
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I tried this with the same measurement. But the batter was sticking to the tawa and can’t turn it properly
May be due to the quality of rice/dhal. Moreover, vendhaya dosa cannot be spread thin. If you try to spread it thin, you cannot and it will stick. Just wipe the tawa with little oil and pour the batter ( should be thicker as idli batter) and spread it thick. If you cannot get the dosa properly, then just add little rice flour and mix it well. Then you will be able to make the dosa properly.
I had been trying to get this dosa right but batter doesnt furment.. I am using the wet grinder ( Preethi brand) , can you suggest approximate grinding time for this? I let it grind around 30mins.. is that enough??
Grinding time may differ according to the quality of rice and dhal you use. 30 minutes is OK but test the texture. If you take a little batter in your hand, it should be soft to touch. For this dosa, the batter should be like idli batter and not too thin.
Thanks Kamala for replying, I will dfntly try this again .. and just wanted to congratulate you for this awesome blog.. most of the recipes match to the real /traditional south indian cooking style and its a great help to find them here for reference..
Thank you Neelima for your kind words.
Hi Aunty(Hope u don’t mind me calling u so),
Was just wondering for how many servings the batter would come approximately. Am asking because we are just 2 people in our family. I don’t mind saving the excess batter in the fridge but I have a teeny weeny feeling that this measurement would be a little too much for us 🙂
I have read a couple of yr recipes and the whole blog is awesome 🙂
Hope to get a reply soon,
For the quantity given in this recipe, you can serve for 6 to 7 persons. For two people, you can reduce the quantity of ingredients to half of the measurements.
thank u nice receipe
1/4 of a cup won`t be too much for vendhaya dosai ?
To get authentic vendhaya taste, 1/4 cup is required. If you want to reduce the vendhaya quantity, then just add one or two tablespoons of urad dal.