Sunday, January 20, 2013

Thattil Kutti Dosa & Garlic chutney



This is my version of that dosa and chutney combo made famous by the Malayalam movie " Salt'N Pepper". I haven't yet got a chance to taste the original one. From googling about this I understand that this originated in Thrissur, which is where I am also from. So the next time I am in India, I am definitely planning to pay a visit to this dosa's birth-place and try this out.
Thattil Kutty Dosa literally means "the small dosa made in a pan". The Garlic Chutney is what was shown as the accompaniment for this in the movie. I referred to many recipes in the internet and came up with this version both for the dosa and chutney.
It is a good change from the regular dosa and we all liked it.
Ingredients:
For the Dosa batter:
2 cups rice
1 cup urad dal
1 tbsp fenugreek seeds
Method:
Soak the rice, fenugreek and the dal separately for 4-5 hrs.
Grind together the rice and fenugreek to a fine paste. Also grind the dal  to a fine paste adding enough water. Mix the rice and the dal and let it ferment over night.
Before making the Dosa, add water to the batter to bring it to a pouring consistency. Add salt and mix.
Heat the Non Stick Pan, pour 1/2 ladleful batter about 1/2 cup and small dosas. No need to spread the batter unless it is too thick.Cook in low to medium flame to get golden crust. Drizzle some oil/ghee on the dosas.Flip once the bottom turns golden and cook in low to medium flame for a minute or 2 or until golden in colour. Drizzle oil when ever desired.  Serve with garlic chutney / sambar ...

Garlic Chutney
Ingredients:
Coconut(grated)- 1 cup
Dried red chilli -8
Garlic cloves-8
Tamarind-1 tsp
Shallots-1
Salt- to taste

Seasoning:
Oil-2 tbs
Mustard-1 tsp
Dried red chilli-1

Method:
Heat a teaspoon of oil and roast the red chilli till they turn crisp.Set it aside. In the same pan brown crushed garlic.Now grind all the ingredients to a fine paste adding as little water as possible. Now heat the oil and add mustard followed by red chilli,once the mustard is done with the spluttering  add it to the ground chutney.

9 comments:

  1. Soft, inviting dosas & absolutely lovd the chutny tooo!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  3. The platter looks so inviting, even I got to watch the movie..

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  4. wow i wanted to eat this when i watched the movie.

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  5. Such an attractive platter, inviting.

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  6. wow...chutney n dosa looks so inviting, loved the garlic chutney more...

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  7. Looks so yum n tempting ...nice click

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  8. Delicious dosa and chutney and the combo is superb.

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