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Sabudana Dosa


sabudana dosa


Sabudana dosa, also known as saggubiyyam dosa, sabakki dosa or sago dosa, is a delicious food. A positive note about this food is that grinding is not required to prepare the batter. What's more, in the sabudana dosa recipe, the main ingredient to make this dish is sabudana, which is said to give health benefits. You can add curry, coriander, dill and methi leaves and carrots and onions to further increase the health value of this cuisine. Try sabudana dosa for breakfast, as a light evening food or for dinner.

Use onion chutney or coconut chutney as a side-dish for this dosa, and do not forget to serve it with a teaspoon of fresh ghee / clarified butter.

Here is how to make ghee at home.




Servings: Ten to Twelve


1.
Sabudana / saggubiyyam / sago / sabakki / seeme akki 1 cup
2.
Curd / yogurt 1 to 1-and-1/2 cup
3.
Rice flour 1 cup
4. Cooking soda 1 pinch (optional)
5
Salt to taste
6.
Onion 2
7.
Curry leaves, coriander leaves, dill leaves  total half-bunch
8.
Green chillies 2
9.
Carrot 1
10.
Oil



How to make Sabudana Upma?


1.
Wash sabudana.

Soak it in curd for 8-10 hours or soak it overnight.

OR

Soak it in water for 8-10 hours or soak it overnight.
sabudana dosa s1
2.
If you have soaked sabudana in curd, then:

Add red rice flour / rice flour, salt and soda.

Add water gradually and keep mixing the mixture to make a batter. The batter should be very thin.

OR

If you have soaked sabudana in water, then:

Add curd, red rice flour / rice flour, salt and soda.

Add water gradually and keep mixing the mixture to make a batter. The batter should be very thin (see photos on the right for this Step).
sabudana dosa s2a

sabudana dosa s2b
3.
Chop the onions, chillies and green leaves. Grate the carrot.
sabudana dosa s3
4.
Add chopped onions, chillies, green leaves and carrot gratings to the batter. Mix.
sabudana dosa s4
5. Heat a tava.
6.
Coat the tava with little oil.
sabudana dosa s6
7.
Pour the dosa batter on the entire tava using a ladle.

Lift the tava by holding the tava handle and rotate the tava, slowly, in a circular pattern to spread the batter evenly on the entire tava.
sabudana dosa s7
8.
Sprinkle little oil. Turn the flame to medium.
9.
Lift the dosa carefully and flip it, using a spatula, when the dosa surface changes color.

Sprinkle little oil on the dosa with a spoon.
sabudana dosa s8
10. Cook till both sides turn to golden brown.

Sabudana / saggubiyyam / sabakki / sago dosa is ready.
sabudana dosa final

TIPS
Sabudana / Saggubiyyam / Sabakki / Sago Dosa
1.
After making the batter, do not keep it aside for a long period. It is because you will not be able to lift the dosa from the tawa easily and also the dosa will become soggy.


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