Neer Dosa

This  week through blog hop event i got  introduced to konkani recipes at Ruchik Randhap .  I have never cooked any konkani recipes and at ruchik randhap there were so many that i wanted to try but thought of starting with the quintessential  Manglore preparation "Neer Dosa". Loved it for its simplicity and taste. 



Raw Rice - 1 cup 
Water - 1/2 cup
Cooked rice - 2 tbsp
Grated coconut - 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil  - 2 tbsp 

  1. Soak the rice  for few hours till tender.
  2. Add coconut ,cooked rice , salt and grind rice with water to a fine paste.
  3. Heat a non stick frying pan and lightly grease it with 1/4 -1/2 tsp oil.
  4. Pour a ladle of batter and spread it like thin french crepe or omelet.
  5. Cover and cook for a minutes or till the crepe leaves the pan.
  6. Remove from pan and allow to cool a bit before folding to quarter. 
  7. Serve with chutney , fish or chicken curry.
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31 comments:

  1. such a classic and delicious recipe.. looks absolutely perfect !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  2. Love Neer dosas. This looks so perfect. Yeah very difficult to chose recipes from Shireen's blog. She has such a wonderful collection of authentic mangalorean recipes.

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  3. Neer dosas are my fav too looks perfect.

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  4. Neer dosa looks excellent..havent had since a long..

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  6. neer dosa looks good - simple n tasty indeed

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  7. Very tasty and tempting looking neer dosa.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. just tasted this in my friend's place today. wanted to try soon.deliicous dosas

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  9. Never tried this before..looks soft and delicious.

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  10. Hey Nisha..Tried your Khade masale ka chicken for blog hop...Came out amazing...Thnx dear...This dosa also looks awesome...

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  11. Glad you liked the neer dosas Nisha!! Looks yummy!

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  12. I really love neer dosa. Your version has come out so well.

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  13. Those look amazing. I have heard the name, but never tried it. Happy to follow you :)

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  14. sounds so simple....would love the flavor of coconut in the dosa

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  15. havent had this bookmarked shd def try it..so good

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  16. dosa looks delicious and ur version is very new to me ...... happy to follow u !!!!!!

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  17. That looks really delicious - soft dosais

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  18. wow,,my fav....i love to have this dosa any time..looks very yummy..

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  19. Neer Dosa luks very soft..Only few steps to follow,have to try this soon!!

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  20. Neer Dosa looks excellent. Never tried this till now.....now that i have ur recipe , shall try it:-)

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  21. Lovely looking neer dosa and this looks so tempting with the side dish!

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  22. ohh...very interesting n tempting recipe..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  23. wow..dosa looks lovely!!..n quite easy to prepare 2.

    first time here..you have a nice blog!!..happy to follow you!!

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    http://deviliciouschef.blogspot.com/

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  25. Hello...first time here..Dosa looks too appetizing..just perfect for a breakfast. Bookmarking it. And very glad to follow u. Do drop by my space whenever u find time :-)

    Sharada
    www.CinnamonNChillies.com

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