I had some leftover idli batter. I decided to make a delicious snack which I can have with my evening tea. The weather is also amazing with winter setting in. It is really easy to make Bhel Dosa especially if you have some Dosa batter and just in a mood to have some chaat. You can also serve it as a starter or snack for a tea-party :)..
Start by making mini dosa. Then, add the bhel mix on top drizzled with sweet tamarind chutney and your bhel dosa is all ready. Make a quick snack with leftover idli/dosa batter. It is colorful and simply delicious. Bhel is a popular street food and I have given a twist to it.
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Bhela dosa Recipe
- Idli/dosa batter - 1 cup
- Masala puffed rice (bhelpuri) - 1/2 cup
- 1 Onion (finely chopped)
- 1 Tomato (chopped)
- Sweet Tamarind chutney - 2 tbsp
- Sev - 2 tbsp
- salt to taste
- chat masala - 1 tsp
- Potato - 1 (boiled and mashed)
- coriander leaves for garnishing
- Vegetable oil to make mini dosas - 2 tbsp
Heat the griddle/tawa for few minutes. Grease it with little oil.Check if the griddle is ready by sprinkling little water. If it gives an oozing sound, then the griddle is ready.
Scoop a ladle full of batter and pour 4 little portions over the griddle and immediately spread it in circular motion to make a round shape mini dosa. Drizzle oil and let it get cooked on medium flame for a minute.
Toss it over and drizzle little oil and let it cook for a minute.Remove from the flame and keep it aside.
Take a bowl and add puffed rice, sev, mashed potato, chopped onion, tomatoes, salt, chat masala and sweet tamarind chutney and mix well and keep it aside.
Add the mixture on top of mini dosas and garnish it with more sev and coriander leaves.
Bennie Harris says
Nathaniel Kidd says
This looks really good. I like the fact it can be served as a starter also. Very nice.
Sourav Sudhi says
Looks delicious 🙂 As Nathaniel said , it can be served as a starter 🙂
How delcious! Love your snacks Priya. Creative and tasty!
Superb idea n receipe..