Do you know why the first meal of the day is called breakfast? It is because you break the fasting period (that you keep overnight) by eating this meal. Break the fast becomes breakfast! Interesting, right? Nowadays, we have a wide variety of breakfast recipes that make our first meal of the day a delicious affair! Few evergreen breakfast classics can never go out of style and one of them is dosa. This South Indian delicacy makes a crispy pancake-like dish that has become an absolute favourite among Indians. People love dosa so much that they even eat it for lunch and dinner! Crispy dosa paired with steaming hot sambhar and coconut chutney makes for the perfect lavish breakfast. If you love eating dosa for breakfast as much as we do, then we have the perfect dosa recipe for you – Andhra dosa.
Andhra dosa, also known as karam dosa, is a popular street food from Andhra Pradesh. Thin and crispy dosas are smeared with special red chilli chutney and sprinkled with garlic-gram flour. This masala dosa has a pungent and aromatic flavour thanks to the use of onion and garlic. This dosa is perfect for spice lovers.
How To Make Andhra Dosa | Karam Dosa Recipe:
You will need dosa batter, red chilli chutney and garlic-gram flour. If you want to make dosa batter from scratch, then here is the recipe. You can also use store-bought dosa batter.
For the red chutney, start by roasting dried red chillies in a pan. Add the roasted chillies, onion, garlic and tamarind in a mixer. Grind it into a smooth paste. Prepare a tadka of oil and mustard seeds, pour the pasta in and the chutney are ready.
Grind garlic and chickpeas to get the ginger-garlic powder. When you are cooking the dosa on the pan, spread the chutney on the dosa and flip it so that the chutney side cooks. Sprinkle the garlic-gram flour on the dosa when it’s ready
Sounds easy, right?! Serve this spicy dosa coconut chutney and you have a delicious meal ready for you! Do tell us in the comments section how you liked it.