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Colourful Stuffed Dosa Rolls.

Colourful Stuffed Dosa Rolls served with Tomato Carrot Chutney.
Colourful Stuffed Dosa Rolls served with Tomato Carrot Chutney.

Dosas are always a pleasure to have at anytime. My daughter and husband, would nt mind dosa everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It`s also possible to variate the dosa with so many different sides like Tangy Tomato GravyTomato Carrot Chutney, Coconut Chutney etc..Many times, I would like to supplement dosa along with some thing a little more healthier. Dosa for lunch becomes a problem as it gets very dry and brittle, and is hardly filling. Stuffed Dosas are a great lunch idea, as they are lined  with a healthy chutney and layered with a stuffing that is hearty and filling,  making them into bite size pieces.It`s filling,  healthy, non-messy and non-fussy!!! Try it and you will love it!

INGREDIENTS:

Dosa Batter

Tomato Carrot Chutney.

Potatoes,Carrot,Onions & Peas filling.

PREPARATION:

  • Make soft dosas on the tava and set them aside in a casserole so they remain warm. It`s essential that the dosas for this preparation are SOFT and not brittle.
  • Place a dosa on your work surface. Line it with the prepared  Tomato Carrot Chutney. This forms as a layer for the filling to stick, and also to keep the dosa moisturised.
Dosa lined with chutney and vegetable filling.
Dosa lined with chutney and vegetable filling.
  • Spoon out enough filling to cover the top of the dosa. Do not spread near the corners of the dosa as this may spill out when you roll them.
  • Place a second dosa on the filling. If the dosa is warm, it will immediately stick to the filling.
  • Carefully roll this and slice it diagonally in to little cartwheels.
  • Serve with a side of Chutney or a little cup of curd.
  • This a great picnic snack as well as a travel snack!
Stuffed Dosa Rolls.
Stuffed Dosa Rolls.

NOTES:

  1. The filling could be anything that you have. Depending on the kind of filling, you could make the sauce.
  2. If you have leftovers of a dry subzi, from the morning, you could line the dosa with pudina chutney or sweet tamarind chutney and serve with a cup of  curd garnished with chat masala and cilantro.
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5 thoughts on “Colourful Stuffed Dosa Rolls.

  1. U know what,as i was going thru this post,my 7 yr lad,was there around,and after looking at the last pic. he yelled,Arrey mummy mujhe toh dekhtey hi bookh lag rahi hai( i am feeling hungry just looking at it) …he is a crazy dosa lover 🙂
    Very lovely looking dosa,and come to think of it,mujhe bhi bookh lag rahi hai 😉

  2. how did u roll ur dosa . can u explain thru step by step photo (may b in ur nxt post or so).

    Can we roll the dosa like normal wraps??? the dosa wont become soggy right bcoz of filling….i m thinking to take it for lunch,,

    thx 4 sharing

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