Saturday, August 13, 2016


Dosa is a South Indian snack. Today we remembering those who migrated from South India to Karachi Pakistan on 14th August 1947.


  • Rice  (Motay Chawal)    1 cup
  • Mash dal washed   1cup
  • Methi dana  1 teaspoon
  • Oil for smear/dripping


  • Soak rice, mash dal and methi dana in enough water for 4-5 hours.
  • Then drain and mash together to a smooth and soft mixture.
  • Keep covered in a cool and dry place for 8 hours to ferment.
  • Then bake in a non-stick frying pan by pouring a tablespoon or two of the fermented mixture and spread quickly to a thin and round shape.
  • Apply oil on sides with the help of a spoon.
  • Remove when done. Repeat the baking procedure again on medium heat.
  • Delicious Dosa is ready.
  • Serve plain or with chutney or aloo bhurta.