Vendhaya (Fenugreek) Dosai Written by Kamala Updated on September 28, 2023 in Breakfast Jump to Recipe Print RecipeThis Vendhaya (Fenugreek) Dosai is made with parboiled (idli) rice and Vendhayam. It is usually served with Green Chilli Chutney or Onion Chutney Green chilli chutneyDifficulty: EasyThis green chilli chutney made with sambar (pearl) onion and green chillies is an ideal dip for Vendhaya Dosai. Cuisine: Indian, TamilSpicy Onion ChutneyDifficulty: EasyThis spicy version of onion chutney is made with pearl (sambar) onion, red chilies and tamarind. Cuisine: Indian, Tamil Pin Print Vendhaya (Fenugreek) Dosai 0 from 0 votes Recipe by S Kamala Course: BreakfastCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Medium Servingsyield 6 dosaiservingsSoak time8hours Cooking time20minutesFermentation8hrs This Vendhaya (Fenugreek) Dosai is made with parboiled (idli) rice and Vendhayam (Fenugreek seeds). Ingredients Parboiled Rice – 1 cup Fenugreek seeds – 1 tablespoon Salt – 1/2 teaspoon or as per taste Directions Preparing Dosai batterSoak Vendhayam in water for 10 to 12 hours or over night.Wash and soak rice for about 4 to 5 hours.First put the soaked vendhayam in a mixie jar and grind it to a fine paste adding water (approx 1 cup) little by little.Remove and keep the vendhayam paste in a bowl.Then put the soaked rice in the same mixie jar and grind it to a fine paste adding little water.Add this rice batter to the vendhayam paste. Wash the mixie jar and add that water also.Add salt and mix it well. Close with a lid and ferment it for at least 8 hours.Making DosaiHeat the dosai pan. Wipe it with oil. Mix the batter and add little water if required and make it slightly thinner than the idli batter. Pour one big ladle of batter in the tawa and spread it. Pour a teaspoon of oil around the corners of the dosa. After it cooked one side, flip it over and cook other side alsoThen serve with Green Chilli Chutney or Onion Chutney Notes Above quantity is sufficient for 2 people and yield around 5 to 6 dosai. Since we are grinding only one cup rice, I used Mixie for grinding. If you want to grind more rice, then you can use Wet grinder.