168/18 – Onion Rava Dosa:
Third cook from Root and Leaf by Rich Harris, this time it was Onion Rava Dosa.
Whilst the grill warmed up I mixed semolina, rice flour, plain flour, white onion, green chillies, curry leaves, salt, water, black mustard seeds, cumin seeds and black peppercorns together. This was stirred into a thin batter.
Time to Cook:
In a cast iron pan (with too much oil!) I poured in a ladle of the batter. It should have gone lacy but based on the later cooks I realised it’s better with less oil. It’s also easier in a low sided pan like a pancake pan so you can flip it.
The Dosa’s were hard to cook! This was one of the better ones.
Filled with the Potato Masala.
With a couple of big dollops of the Coconut Chutney.
Dosa’s are hard! I was definitely out of my comfort zone (and skill level!) cooking these! The ones that came out ok tasted fantastic though. I will need to practice Dosa’s a bit I think.
A really tasty dish with the Dosa, potato masala and coconut chutney. The chutney was incredible on it’s own and I had to stop myself just eating that!
As mentioned ealier, less oil in the pan and a low sided pan makes things a lot easier. No real changes other than that though.
|Cook Duration:||Medium: 3/5|
|Cook Equipment:||Napoleon Pro 22|
|Cook Method:||Cast Iron Pan|
|Charcoal:||Resilient Woodlands Mixed Hardwood|
|Cook time:||Couple of minutes per Dosa|
|Notes:||Less oil in the pan and a low sided pan is better.|
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