Masala Dosa is a South Indian food for Breakfast or Snacks. It is very time-consuming to prepare.  But if you want real Quality Food, you have to prepare at home. We are giving here below Masala Dosa Recipe and the procedure “How to make Masala Dosa?”

There are 4 different parts of the Complete Recipe:

1. Making Masala Dosa Batter
2. Potato Masala for Dosa
3. Coconut Chutney
4. Sambar Recipe

Making Masala Dosa Batter | How to make Masala Dosa Batter?

You can buy the Masala Dosa Batter from the market.  In Indian markets, you can get the readymade batter.  You can also prepare at home. Masala Dosa Recipe for the batter is as under:



Chana Dal 50 gms
Udad Dal 100gms
Poha 50 gms
Rice 300 gms
Non-Iodized Salt 3 to 5 gms

You can take the quantity and the proportion as per your choice. Just check out if there are some small stones or anything else in the above four things.  Put Chana Dal in a Bowl and pour water into it so that Chana Dal gets dipped completely. Add more water to it. Similarly, take Udad Dal and Rice and dip them in sufficient water. Soak all the three things in water for about 5 hours. Before you blend them together, keep Poha soaked in water for 30 minutes. Take Dals, Poha, and salt together and mix them and blend them.  Pour some water to make it concentrated slurry.  Take the rice pot, decant off the water and mix and blend with the concentrated slurry.  Make it a little bit coarse so that it may not become like Maida.

Ferment this mixture for 7 to 12 hours. The Masala Dosa Batter is ready for use.

You can put the batter on the iron plate (Tawa) and can spread over to make a uniform thin sheet of Dosa. Beware of the overheat.

Potato Masala for Dosa | How to make Potato Masala for Dosa?

Oil – 1 Table Spoon
Mustard – 10 grams
Water Soaked Udad Dal – 20 grams
Water Soaked Chana Dal – 15 Grams
Jeera – 5 Grams
Ginger, Garlic, Green Chilli, Onions, Tomatoes, Carrot, Peas
Turmeric, Salt
Curry Leaves – 1 Sprig
A Few Coriander Leaves

Boil a Few Potatoes, peel off and cut them into small pieces. Put oil in the Pan and heat it.  Add Mustard, Udad Dal, Chana Dal to heated oil.  Heat it till the dal gets golden.  Add Ginger, Garlic, Green Chilli, and heat again. Add onions and heat.  Add Peas, Carrot, Curry Leaves, Turmeric, Salt, Coriander Leaves. After mixing and heating for a few minutes, add the Cot boiled Potatoes to the mixture and stir it completely.  You can add a little bit of water if required. The Potato Masala for Dosa is Ready.

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Coconut Chutney Recipe | How to make Coconut Chutney?

Grated Fresh Coconut 50 Grams
Broken Udad Dal 10Grams
Roasted Chana Dal 10 Grams
Almonds 10 Grams
Olive Oil 1-2 Teaspoons
Green Chillies
Mustard Seeds
Dry Red Chillies
Curry Leaves
Warm Water

Add Freshly Grated Coconut, Green Chillies, Ginger, Curry Leaves, Chana Dal, Almonds, Salt to the Mixer Grinder and make a smooth paste.

Put oil in the pan and heat it. Add Mustard seeds, Udad Dal, Curry Leaves, Red Chillies.  Mix the two mixtures together and the Coconut Chutney is Ready.

Sambar Recipe | How to make Sambar?

Ingredients for making Sambar Powder
Chana Dal
Broken Udad Dal
Red Chillies
Freshly Grated Coconut

Ingredients for making Sambar
Water soaked Chana Dal
Small Cut Onions
Green Chillies
Curry Leaves

Turmeric Powder
Red Chilli Powder

Ingredients for Tadka
Mustard Rai
Olive Oil
Heeng 1-2 gms
Red Chillies
Curry Leaves

Add Chana Dal, Broken Udad Dal, Red Chillies to the pan just to roast them without oil.  Stir for a few minutes till the dals get golden. After a few minutes, add freshly grated coconut and heat for a few minutes. Take this mixture in a grinder and make a coarse Sambar powder. Sambar Powder is Ready.  Or you can buy readymade Sambar masala from the market.

Now add Water Soaked Chana Dal in a cooker and all the vegetables and all the spices such as Red Chilli Powder, Turmeric Powder, and water and boil for some time. Go for two whistles and add Sambar Powder to it.  The Sambar is Ready.  You can add other things according to your taste.

For Tadka, put oil in a pan.  Add Mustard Rai, heat it. Add Heeng, Red Chillies, Curry Leaves to it and heat.  Add some sambar heat.  Add rest of the sambar to it and the sambar is ready.

You can get the batter in different shapes. If you want the masala to be the same, you can the shape of a square.

If you like Chicken, please check out Chicken Curry and Afghani Tandoori Chicken recipes given in this blog.