Dosai is a regular menu in South Indian tiffin item. But making plain dosas all the time is really boring and feels like hatred. So this would be a slight change and a healthy way of preparing dishes. South Indian lunch menu always consist of dal and a vegetable.
So If our hubby is not carrying lunch, these type of recipes would be really helpful to add up the mixed vegetables and nutrients. Also serving sambar as a side dish sometimes will provide adequate protein in their diet. Some mental satisfaction of preparing a healthy recipe for the day
Dosa batter – 1 cup
Beans – 10
Cauliflower – 1 medium sized
Cabbage – 1/2
Cheese – 1 small block (100g)
Coriander leaves – 1 tbsp finely chopped
Red chilli powder – 2 tsp (optional)
Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
Sabzi masala – 2 tsp ( I used Patanjali brand)
Onion – 2
Jeera/ Cumin seed – 1 tsp
Salt – 3 tsp
Oil -2 tbsp
1. Finely chop the onions, beans,coriander leaves. Grate the carrot and cauliflower. Cut the cabbage in fine length wise.
2. Heat oil in kadai, add cumin seeds and onions. Fry for about 2 minutes.
3. Add the chopped beans, cabbage and carrot. Cover and cook in low flame by adding little salt.
4. Now add the grated cauliflower after 5 minutes.
5. Once all the veggies are half fried the spice powders along with remaining salt and fry until the vegetables are cooked soft.
6. Finally add the coriander leaves and fry well.
7. Make a fine dosa and spread 1 big spoon of vegetable mix evenly and press with the dosa stick.
8. Grate the cheese using grater evenly on the top of dosa.
9. Let it cook. Fold and serve hot with perfect side dish of your choice.
|Vegetable Cheese Roast
- Cook in medium flame to avoid burning and retaining the nutrients of the vegetables.
- Adding chilli powder is of your choice.
- I did not add because wanted a spice-less roast for feeding kids and also to try a change in regular masala.
- Do not add or sprinkle water. Cover and cook for a perfect finish.
- If you do not have sabzi masala, replace with garam masala.
|Vegetable Cheese dosai