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Mix Dal Dosa Recipe, How to make Easy Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe

by dassana amit updated January 17, 2014

Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe, Easy Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe, Mix Dal Dosa

Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe - I have never made this recipe. I have always made dosa the regular way… of rice and urad dal batter, or moong dal dosas.

I liked the way the mixed dal dosas turned out. I did not make a plain Mixed Dal Dosa. I made it in mumbai style….. the way the the typically mumbai mysore masala dosa is made. The dosa is stuffed with potato sabzi and grated/chopped veggies. It is unique to Mumbai and you won’t get it anywhere else. It tasted awesome……… better than serving it plain.

Serving it in this manner……… makes it a complete food as with the proteins from the pulses, there is also vitamins and minerals from the vegetables, plus carbohydrates from the potato masala filling. Serve it with coconut chutney or sambhar or even any dry chutney. I served it with mint-coriander chutney. This is an easy dosa recipe as it does not require fermentation. You can make the dosas right away after making the batter. So here is the wholesome protein packed Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe.

Ingredients for Mixed Dal Dosas:

3 tbsp each of arhar, chana, masoor and moong dals
1 green chilli
1/2 inch piece of ginger
1/4 tsp asafoetida
3 tbsp semolina-sooji (optional) 3
tbsp rice flour (optional)
oil or ghee or butter
salt

Method to make the Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe:

  • Soak all the dals overnight in water.
  • Discard this water, the next day.

soaked mixed dals for mix dal dosa recipe

  • Wash the dals in clean water and grind the dals with green chili, ginger and asafoetida in a grinder till smooth. Add around 1/4 cup of water while grinding the dals.
  • Adding rice flour and suji (semolina) is optional. You could add them at this stage. I have made mixed dal dosas with and without semolina and rice flour. Both taste good. However, rice flour gives a consistency to the batter and semolina makes it crispier. Personally, I prefer to use both rice flour and semolina.
  • Season the batter with salt.

mixed dal batter ground for mixed dal dosa recipe

  • Right away, you could start making the dosas.
  • On a tava or thick bottomed griddle, take a ladle of the batter.
  • Pour the batter on the tava and spread the batter in a round circular portion with the ladle.
  • Cook on a low to medium flame. Apply 1-2 tsp of oil/butter/ghee on the edges and top of the dosa.
  • When the base is cooked and crisp…..you can check this by lifting the dosa slightly with the spatula. Turn over the dosa when the base is cooked.
  • Cook the other side of dosa.
  • Serve the mixed dal dosa with aloo sabzi, sambhar and coconut chutney.

If you are looking for more dosa recipes then do check masala dosa, rava dosa with videopoha dosa, ragi dosa and mysore masala dosa.

Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe recipe below:

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Mixed Dal Dosa Recipe
 
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Mixed Dal Dosa - Crepes made from mix lentils.
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: South Indian
Serves: 3
Ingredients
  • 3 tbsp each of arhar, chana, masoor and moong dals
  • 1 green chilli
  • ½ inch piece of ginger
  • ¼ tsp asafoetida
  • 3 tbsp semolina-sooji (optional)
  • 3 tbsp rice flour (optional)
  • oil or ghee or butter
  • salt
Instructions
  1. Soak all the lentils overnight in water.
  2. Discard this water, the next day.
  3. Wash the lentils in clean water and grind the lentils with green chili, ginger and asafoetida in a grinder till smooth. Add around ¼ cup of water while grinding the lentils.
  4. Adding rice flour and semolina is optional. You could add them at this stage. I have made mixed dal dosas with and without semolina and rice flour. Both taste good. However, rice flour gives a consistency to the batter and semolina makes it crispier. Personally, I prefer to use both rice flour and semolina.
  5. Season the batter with salt.
  6. Right away, you could start making the dosas.
  7. On a tava or thick bottomed griddle, take a ladle of the batter.
  8. Pour the batter on the tava and spread the batter in a round circular portion with the ladle.
  9. Cook on a low to medium flame. Apply 1-2 tsp of oil/butter/ghee on the edges and top of the dosa.
  10. When the base is cooked and crisp…..you can check this by lifting the dosa slightly with the spatula. Turn over the dosa when the base is cooked.
  11. Cook the other side.
  12. Serve Mixed Dal Dosa with potato sabzi, sambhar and coconut chutney.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 3


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Muralidhara October 19, 2013 1

Great recipe. I made that many times. I added semolina and rice flour at once. But, I prefer just dals itself. Thank you!!!.

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dassana October 19, 2013 2

welcome muralidhara

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Muralidhara October 11, 2013 3

I have made several times of this mixed dosa. Always, it has come out well. Added rice flour and sooji. Did not find much difference. I just use those 4 dals. Thank you for this healthy recipe.

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dassana October 11, 2013 4

welcome muralidhara and thanks for sharing your variation of making the dosa

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anu October 12, 2012 5

hi dassana….here is another version of multi dal dosa which we call adai…3 cups of iddly rice,1/2 cup channa dal,1/2 cup urad dal 1/2 cup tur dal,1/2 cup moong dal .soak for 4 hours .grind it along with 2 tsp of fennel seeds and 15nos of red chillies.take a tava ,add little oil fry chopped onions,add aseofodida ,salt and chopped coriander leaves .curry leaves fry for 3 mins.add it to the batter and make dosa…enjoy it

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dassana October 12, 2012 6

thanks anu for sharing the adai recipe. i have noted your recipe down and plan to make it. i know about adai. when i went to coimbatore, i got myself a packet of organic readymade adai mix from isha yoga center. but i think the freshly ground batter must be tasting better than the readymade mix. thanks once again.

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Aadi September 27, 2012 7

What’s the shelf life of the batter?? and can we use simple basmati rice rather than rice flour?

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dassana September 28, 2012 8

this batter will stay only for 1-2 days in the refrigerator. you can add basmati rice. soak the rice with the rest of the lentils. if you want you can even skip adding rice and just made the dosa with lentils.

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beena May 25, 2012 9

this is good… i have tried this recipe with broken wheat along with daals and i like it…it turns out well…good post as usual :)

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dassana May 25, 2012 10

thanks beena.

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