Paneer dosa recipe, paneer masala dosa

Paneer Dosa recipe, Paneer masala dosa recipe, scrambled paneer stuffed inside dosa, serves a perfect breakfast, recipe of paneer dosa with step by step pictures.
This is  the first dosa  recipe in Jeyashri's kitchen.  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. For all paneer lovers out there, this is a surely a treat for you all. Generally we make paneer butter masala, paneer paratha using paneer. Try out this dosa for a change and i am sure you will love it. Home made paneer can also be used for this recipe, fresh paneer tastes much better and also saves time of scrambling the frozen paneer too.
Paneer dosa recipe

Paneer dosa recipe
Paneer dosa recipe

  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 30 Minutes
  • Serves: 5-6 dosas
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner
  • Description: Paneer Dosa recipe, Paneer masala dosa recipe, scrambled paneer stuffed inside dosa, serves a perfect breakfast, recipe of paneer dosa with step by step pictures.

     Dosa Batter as needed
     Paneer cubes   1/2 cup
     Onion  1
     Tomato  1/2
     Capsicum  2 tblsp
     Red chili powder  1/2 tsp
    Garam masala   1/2 tsp
    Salt  as needed
    Curry leaves  few
    Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
    Oil  2 tsp + for making dosa 
    
pnaeer masala dosa

Method with step by step pictures :

  • Soak the paneer cubes in hot water for 10 minutes.
  • After 10 minutes drain the water and scramble the paneer.( I used the mixie to do this)
  • Alternatively you can keep the paneer cubes in room temperature for 15 minutes and pulse it in a mixie.
  • If using fresh paneer, scramble with hands and go ahead in making the paneer masala dosa.
  • Chop the onions and capsicum finely. 
  • In a pan, add the oil and throw in the mustard seeds, curry leaves and add the onions.
  • Saute till translucent. Add the chopped tomato.
  • Saute for few minutes. 
  • Add red chili powder, salt and garam masala. 
  • Saute for few minutes and add  the chopped capsicum and  scrambled paneer one by one. 
  • Saute for 2 –3 minutes in  low flame.
  • Mix well and add coriander leaves. Switch off the flame. 
  • Heat a dosa tawa and when it is hot  start making dosa by making a circle with the back of the laddle.
  • Place 3-4 tblsp of filling in the center and when the base part turns golden brown just fold the dosa.
  • If you want just drizzle a few drops of ghee.
  • No need to flip the dosa.
  • We always have this without any side dish.
  • If you want to have with any side dish just click chutney and sambar recipes.
  • Always serve hot.
Paneer masala dosa


Notes:
  • 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, to get crispy paneer dosa .

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40 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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