Happy Monday everyone. Another goodie to add to the holiday gift set today. Yes, you can put a Dosa and a Chutney in a jar too. How cool is that! Brownie in a Jar is classic favorite but a savory Dosa in a Jar is fantastic!
Dosas come in a variety of forms. Some are thin crepes and some are thicker like a pancake. They are used as flatbreads in South Indian cuisine and served up with Lentil stews, Chutneys, spiced potatoes, veggies and various other combinations. The basic Dosa uses rice and black gram(Urad dal). The lentils and rice and soaked, then blended to a batter, and the batter fermented for a day and then used to make the crepes.
Rava Dosa Crepe is the easiest of the lot. It uses rice flours, semolina, spices and needs about 15 minutes of prep time. Then the batter is used to make crepes which are best served hot.
Rava Dosa can be easily made gluten-free with the use of cream of rice instead of Semolina. For a gluten-free version and detailed step pictures see the post here.
The Jar has ingredients for the Dosa crepes as well as a delicious Coconut Chutney dip to serve with it. The only other ingredients that are needed are water, salt and oil. Blend up the all the chutney contents with water and salt and you are done. And then wait if you can to make the Dosa crepes. I would finish up the chutney as is or in a sandwich! Mix up the Dosa contents to make a thin batter and make the crepes.
Simple, right! Try this Rava dosa Recipe
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Both the recipes today are easily flexible to taste. Add greens or finely chopped veggies to the dosa batter for variations. Add roasted garlic, roasted red bell pepper, or jalapeno, mint, cilantro or roasted peanut to the Chutney for variations.
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Collect the ingredients for the Rava Dosa. Brown Rice flour, Semolina, Spelt flour, cumin, dried curry leaves,dried cilantro leaves, red chili flakes, onion flakes, ginger, garlic, black pepper. Add to jar.
Collect ingredients for the Coconut Chutney, Add to bag. Seal the bag and add to jar.
Coconut Chutney in the bag. Dosa Mix in the jar.
To make the Crepes. Mix the jar contents with water and salt and let sit for 10 minutes. you can also add some fresh cilantro to the batter.
Heat a girdle on medium heat. Sprinkle the batter onto the girdle to make lacey crepes. Cook for 5-7 minutes. See this video on how to make the crepes.
To make the Chutney, blend the ingredients for the chutney with water and salt and serve.
Also seen is the Lentil soup from Dal Tadka Mix in a Jar!
Came from this.
Rava Dosa Crepe and Coconut Chutney Mix in a Jar
Allergen Information: Free of Dairy, egg, corn, soy, nut, yeast. Can be made gluten-free
Makes 5-6 Crepes and a cup of Coconut chutney
Dosa /Crepe Mix Jar contents:
1 Tablespoon Onion flakes
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup dried unsweetened coconut flakes
Notes: to make dried cilantro or curry leaves, spread them on a baking sheet and bake at 225 degrees F for 15 minutes to half an hour. Or you can also add fresh cilantro the Dosa batter. Curry leaves can be bought fresh or dry at amazon or from an Indian store. For detailed Step pictures and potato masala recipe, see the Gluten-free Rava dosa post here.
This crepe is being shared at Allergy free wednesdays, Rickis wellness weekend
I am so happy that I happened onto your website. Lots of great recipes. I have been looking for a coconut chutney recipe and this one looks ideal and simple to make. How long does the coconut chutney last in the fridge? Thanks.
May I ask the reason for doing the mixture in a jar. Is it a must to seal it tight? Can we just do it in a mixing bowl and set aside to rest?
oh you can use anything. this is a post for gifts in a jar. hence the dry mix is in the jar. you can use fresh herbs to make the batter if you are not going to store it.
just stumbled upon this site….awesome recipes blended with colorfully beautiful pictures. Makes your site a perfectly likeable recipe blog.
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This is so cool! Your friends are so lucky, I can only imagine all the amazing treats they will be getting from you!
Another brilliant holiday jar idea – rava dosa crepe & coconut chutney mix!? I love curried potato stuffed dosas, they are pretty tasty! Please put these mixture jars on an online shop, I’m sure loads of readers will buy them! 🙂
Jodye @ Whole Pure Recipes
This looks amazing, Richa! I’ve always wondered how to make the coconut chutney I so love eating at my favorite Indian restaurant, and you’ve solved my problem! I’ll have to try this soon!
I once chanced upon a coconut chutney and fell in love, but never found anything like it again. I’m so excited to have your recipe- I never would have imagined that it could be so simple, and stored as a dry mix to whip up on a moment’s notice. I’m hitting the kitchen to whip up a big batch ASAP!
I’d definitely be happy to get any of those lovely jars as a present! Such a nice idea.
I love this idea, do you by chance have a recipe for the filling of the dosa? My husband loves these when we are in India but I have no idea how to make them. Thanks for this part of it 🙂
thank you Lisa. Yes the potato fillng recipe is on the gf Rava dosa post here https://www.veganricha.com/2012/09/rava-dosaquick-rice-crepes-with-potato.html
sounds lovely, as usual – you rock girl:)
thank you Christine!
I *love* these savory gifts in a jar. Thank you and please keep them coming!
thank you Carry!
Wow, I had no idea it was so easy to make dosas! One of my favorite things to eat 🙂
Some are easy, some need quite a long process:)
Wow! This is a great idea.
Thank you so much for posting so many tasty and nutritious recipes…
Thank you Kumudha!