Bread Dosa/ Bread Utthappam

Hello all! How are you all? Long time I have posted any recipe being busy with the growing kid and the big one going to a new grade a new school. My schedule has totally changed since a month, so it’s difficult to post here in my lovely space.
Now that Manya’s Tiffin packing has started again I have to Invent or say experiment new recipes. She not being fussy I have no worries yet she doesn’t prefer sandwiches in her Tiffin so my experiment will end up to idli, dosa, tikki’s and other things. This dosa was made when I had some top and bottom sides of bread.
Here is what we need:
Bread slices (white or brown): 4 *check notes
Rava (semolina): 1cup
Rice flour: ¾ th cup
Yoghurt: ¾ th cup
Onion: 1
Green chillies: 2
Red chilli: 1
Ginger: 1/2″ piece
Mustard seeds: 1tsp
Urad dal: 1tsp
Salt to taste

Let’s Start Making Dosa:
ü  Soak the bread in water and remove squeezing out all the water.
ü  Make a smooth paste along with the rava, rice flour and yoghurt.
ü  Grind this in the mixer along with the red and green chilli and keep aside.
ü  Chop the onions finely.
ü  Heat some oil in a pan and season with the mustard seeds and urad dal.
ü  Add the onions and ginger and fry until the onions are transparent.
ü  Add this to the bread rava mixture along with salt. Add water to make it into a semi thick or spreading consistency.
ü  Heat a tawa and spread a ladleful of the batter on it. Add a little oil and cook on both sides until nicely brown.
ü  Serve with Pickle or chutney of your choice.
I have used the top and bottom slices of the bread but you can use the normal slices too. If you don’t want a brownish colour for the batter then you can remove the sides of the bread too. But I’d suggest you to add it as you will use the sides.
If you make sandwiches regularly and cut the edges of the bread slices then save these edges and you can use these instead of bread. You need to have 1 cup of  bread edges,  rest of the recipe remains the same.
I have added corn once instead of onions, you can add any vegetable of your choice.
Happy Cooking,


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