Onion Dosa Recipe, Onion Dosa
I like trying out several dishes with the dosa batter. Also I love onions, so now you would know why I am posting this Onion Dosa recipe. Yes, I love Onion Dosa recipe so much. If I have excess onions at home which I have to finish it off soon, then I will make Onion Dosa.
Very simple and flavorful dosa and involves very little work. Sometimes, I would also sprinkle podis like Kollu Podi/Horsegram Powder,Karuvepillai Podi and Idli Milagai Podi. I will post the Onion Podi Dosa recipe soon. Onion Dosa goes well with chutneys and sambar.
If you are looking for side dishes to serve with Onion Dosa, then you might refer my Side Dish for Idli and Dosa post.
Preparation Time. 5 minutes
Cook Time. 3 minutes
Recipe Category. Breakfast/Dinner
Recipe Cuisine. South Indian
Idli Dosa Batter – 1 cup
Onion (Finely Chopped) – 1/4 cup
Oil – 1 tablespoon
Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.
1. Heat the dosa pan. Take a ladle full of idli dosa batter and spread it in a circular shape to form a thick dosa. Sprinkle finely chopped onions.
2. Drizzle few drops of oil at the corners of the dosa. Close the pan and cook until the bottom of the dosa becomes crispy.
Now, Onion Dosa is ready! Serve hot with Chutney/ Sambar of your choice.
You may serve Onion Dosa with the following Chutneys and Sambar:
Coriander Coconut Chutney, Ginger Chutney
Hotel Style Coconut Chutney, Til Chutney (Ellu)
Kothamalli Thogayal/Coriander Thogayal
Peerkankai Thoel Thogayal
Tomato Mint Chutney – No Coconut
Kollu Podi/Horsegram Powder, Karuvepillai Podi, Idli Milagai Podi
- Onion Dosa should be crispy at the bottom and soft at the top.
- You can also cook the dosa without closing the lid. Once the bottom turns crispy, flip the dosa and cook the other side for a minute or so.
Onion Dosa, Onion Dosa Recipe below: