Sweet dosa with jaggery and whole wheat flour


5 min


10 min
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ABHI KUTTA – my most favourite kid in this world! Hugs and kisses. Hope you had a blast.
This is yet another simple recipe from my grand mom’s kitchen. The sweet dosa can be made in a jiffy and this was mostly my after-the-school snack. It is eaten with idly podi and its perfect for people who love sweet-spicy combination in their foods. These are the best ones for evening snack and an excellent alternative when one runs out of idly/dosa batter.

This dosa and hot masala Chai is just perfect for the season.
  • 2 cups maida / all purpose flour or whole wheat flour
  • 1/2 cup rice flour
  • 1/4 cup jaggery or coconut palm sugar
  • 2-3 cup water
  • A pinch of salt.
1. Dissolve the jaggery / coconut palm sugar in 1/2 cup water and keep aside.
2. Mix the maida / whole wheat flour, rice flour and salt well in a bowl and pour in the jaggery water. 
3. Slowly add in the desired amount of water. Beat them to a rice-batter like consistency. Let it sit for 10-15min.
Make dosas/pancakes in a skillet/tava.
Serve hot with idly podi.

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  1. looks delicious and yum!
    Join in the EFM – SAVOURIES SERIES going in my blog!

  2. Sounds like sweet appam to me….I guess both are same, interesting one….appreciated it greatly as a kid…thanks for reminding me….it makes me nostalgic already…

  3. Looks delicious, I make a variation of this with wheat flour…will give this a try the next time 🙂

  4. Ya, my grandma prepares the same dish with Raagi/Wheat flour. I used to add ghee and make it. try out, it would add taste and flavour too.. Kids would love!

  5. this dosa looks so simple and delicious. will give it a try sometime.. and reg ur Q, i use photoshop to write text on my pics 🙂

  6. This is pretty neat, I love sweet “anything”. And I am totally into the sweet and savory combo.
    Molagai podi beats every single chutney on earth!

  7. I’ve tasted jaggery dosas from another blogger.. this sounds different and my husband is one who likes sweet + spicy combination.

  8. This is a super one.

    I did not think about this.
    Dissolving jaggery and the mix and then preparing the dosa…

    I will give it a try… make be next weekend…

  9. OhMYGOSH! I never new there was such a thing! I'm in love with this idea. There is so much exploring I have to do in Indian cooking.

    Definitely looking forward to a dinner cooked by you. 🙂

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