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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

PANEER DOSA RECIPE | PANEER MASALA DOSA

  Today I am sharing the recipe of paneer masala dosa, the first dosa  recipe in my blog. As we make dosa in weekend some how i never had the chance to click the dosa and clicking dosa is always a tricky for me. Paneer Dosa is the one which i tasted during my college days and i tried this recipe a few times at home. When i made this during last weekend i reserved a little batter and made again yesterday for my lunch.

paneer dosa

For Dosa batter recipe refer my Kuzhi Paniyaram recipe. I used the same recipe for batter here.

For Paneer Filling:

PANEER CUBES 1/2 CUP
ONION 1 NO
TOMATO 1/2 NO
RED CHILLI POWDER 1/4 TSP
GARAM MASALA 2 PINCHES
CAPSICUM 1/2 NO
OIL 2 TSP + FEW DROPS FOR DOSA
CURRY LEAVES FEW
CUMIN SEEDS 1/4 TSP
SALT TO TASTE

PANEER DOSA

METHOD:

  • Soak the paneer cubes in hot water for 10 minutes.
  • After 10 minutes drain the water and scramble the paneer.( I used the mixer to do this)

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  • Chop the onions and capsicum finely .

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  • In a pan, add the oil and throw in the cumin seeds and add the onions.
  • Saute for few minutes and add  the chopped capsicum, scrambled paneer, salt, chilli powder and garam masala.
  • Saute for 2 –3 minutes in  low flame.
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  • Now add the finely chopped tomatoes and saute well.
  • I used 2 tsp of tomato paste.

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  • Mix well and add curry leaves to give a south Indian touch to the masala.

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  • Heat a dosa tawa and when it is hot  start making dosa by making a circle with the back of the laddle.

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  • Place 3-4 tblsp of filling in the center and when the base part turns gloden brown just fold the dosa.
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  • If you want just drizzle a few drops of ghee.
  • We always have this without any side dish.
  • If you want to have with any side dish just click HERE FOR RECIPES.
  • Always serve hot.

paneer dosa

Note:

  • While making the masala , you can add any finely chopped veggie of your choice.
  • The dosa batter should not be too thick and it should be of a pouring  consistency.

39 comments:

  1. Amazing and delicious stuffing Jeya, i luv this type of stuffing dosa very much...

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  2. Dosa stuffed with paneer,omg cant imagine the taste.Feel like want to taste immediately.

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  3. Nice recipe, I can recollect my daysa in coimbatore where I used to have it in plenty in annapoorna hotel.

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  4. Had this dosa long back at Saravana bhavan, super yummy dosa,tempting..

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  5. Hi jayshree can make noodle dosa in the same way with capsicum n spring onion and also can add chilli n soya sause to give it a chiness taste.

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    1. That's a great idea surabi. I tried chinese style stuffing for parathas, never tried on dosa

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  6. I had panner masala dosa recently at a restaurant and loved it..wanted to try it..now seeing your recipe and pics I am very much tempted. Looks yummy

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  7. Nice variation for dosa masala.

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  8. Perfect dear... Just lov it

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  9. delicious dosa...hope my daughter will love this

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  10. The crispy dosa with the delicious filling, I can have a couple right away..

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  11. very nice variation.. tempting

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  12. Looks delicious and tempting. anything on paneer. superb clicks.

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  13. paneer dosa looks nice and great for kids

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  14. Paneeer masala is always a hit with bread or rotis and must be great as a filling in dosas too.. am sure your kids were blown over.

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  15. Dosa looks nice and yummy

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  16. These dosas are my kids favorite and lovely presentation Jey.

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  17. Wow lovely idea of paneer stuffing for dosas..looks tempting

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  18. wow,pic looks bright. love it :) Nice idea of paneer stuffing in dosa :)

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  19. Anything with paneer! A north indian touch to a classic south indian dish!

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  20. A great idea! Will try some time

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  21. nice idea of filling. delicious looking dosa

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  22. Super delicious and healthy dosa....my kiddo's favorite in Saravana bhavan.

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  23. Masala dosa,love it :) And I love your filling. Never thought of using anything other than potatoes and carrots till now.This is a cool idea J

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  24. nice yummy dosa... i have eaten in restaurants, never tried at home...

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  25. Super tempting and wonderful doasi !!

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  26. Wow Looks great!
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  27. My kids would love this dosa .. flavorful.

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  28. Woww.. .Yummy and delicious dosa.. looks absolutely amazing.. :D
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  29. so different n delicious dosa..looks so yum :)

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  30. save some dear..I'll be right over..:P
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  31. Love it Jeyashri, paneer dosa looks fantastic. I normally grate the paneer and using the mixie is a very good idea.

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  32. Tried it and it was very good. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  33. Looks very nice. i wish to have tat full plate ;)
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  34. Hi Jayashri, your recipes are really good ! awesome clicks too . For paneer dosa, instead of making stuffing i add onions (cut finely), grated carrots, crumbled paneer (microwaved),kothamalli on top after spreading the batter..

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