No need of black gram; you can make crispy dosas with peanuts

Peanut dosa is a highly nutrient-rich food. Photo: vm2002/Shutterstock

Who could resist the soft crispy dosas along with the hot steaming sambar? But it’s not made of black gram but peanuts. Here is how to prepare peanut dosas, a high nutrient-rich food:

Two cups of short-grain raw rice (chamba pachari)
One cup peanut
One cup of white rice flakes
¼ teaspoon fenugreek
Salt (as needed)

Mix the short-grain raw rice, peanuts, rice flakes, and fenugreek and rinse them
Soak the mix in sufficient water and keep it aside for four hours
Now grind it well and keep it aside for eight hours to ferment
Once the process takes place, add sufficient salt and stir well
Add a few drops of oil to a griddle or pan
Rub well with a kitchen tissue or cloth
When the pan is hot enough, stir the batter and pour a ladle full of batter into the centre of the pan
Immediately, spread it evenly, starting from the centre in a circular way
When it turns brown on the base, turn it to the other side if needed
And here your crispy dosa is ready to be served with sambar and chutney!

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