Palak Dosa Recipe | Spinach Dosa

Palak Dosa Recipe brings together the health goodness of Palak into a Dosa form - different dish for you to try for breakfast.
Palak Dosa Recipe

Palak Dosa Recipe – Combine North India and South Indian cuisine by combining the Palak that is used a lot in North Indian cooking with South India’s favorite breakfast dish – Dosa.

This Palak Dosa recipe brings in the health benefits of Palak (Spinach) into this crispy Dosa form that will be enjoyed by everyone at home. You can choose to make the batter thick or thin as per your preference.

Some more Dosa recipes for you to try:

Palak Dosa Recipe
Palak Dosa. Photo credit: CookingfromHeart

Enjoy these different Palak Dosa when you want to enhance the normal Dosa.

Serve these with Chutneys or Sambar. Here are some Chutnye recipes to choose from:

 

Palak Dosa Recipe

Palak Dosa Recipe

Palak Dosa Recipe brings together the health goodness of Palak into a Dosa form - different dish for you to try for breakfast.
5 from 1 vote
Course Main Course
Cuisine South Indian
Servings 10 Dosas

Equipment

  • Iron Tawa
  • Non-stick Tawa
  • Wet Grinder

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup Raw rice
  • 1 cup Boiled rice
  • 1 cup Grated paneer
  • 2 nos Green chillies chopped
  • 1 pinch Salt to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Coriander leaves chopped
  • 1 teaspoon Oil for roasting

How to make:
 

  • Soak raw rice and boiled rice together for about 2 hours.
  • Thereafter grind the soaked rice to a fine batter.
  • Add salt as required while grinding.
  • Add grated paneer, green chillies, chopped coriander and mix the batter well.
  • Heat a thick tawa (Dosa pan) and pour a ladle full of batter on to the tawa and spread it round evenly but slightly thick in size.
  • If you'd like the Batter to be a little thin, add a little more water during the grinding process
  • Pour little oil around the dosa to get a good roast.
  • Serve the hot dosas accompanied with coconut or onion chutney and sambhar (optional).
  • Those who prefer slightly sour taste may ferment the dosa batter for about 5 hours and later add paneer before making dosa.
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