Let’s admit – dosa remains the unabashed winner in South Indian cuisine. Thin, flaky and crispy crepe with spicy aloo filling, and chutney and sambar by the side – dosa spells indulgence. It is light, healthy and makes for a fulfilling meal any time of the day. This is why dosa finds a dedicated fan base across India (and even abroad). In fact, for most people, dosa is the ultimate comfort food. Today, we find at least one dosa joint at every corner in India. That’s not all. We also find people experimenting and going creative with the classic dosa recipes. Some of the popular experimental dosa recipes are jinni dosa, cheese dosa, pizza dosa and more. And we just love each of them! Another unique recipe we recently came across is pav bhaji dosa. Yes, that’s right!
Dosa with bhaji (of pav bhaji) inside, this amazing dish provides a burst of flavours to your palate. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that this unique take on dosa brings the bests of Maharashtrian and South Indian cuisine on your plate. We suggest, try it today before giving your judgement.
You can make this dosa with leftover pav bhaji. But if you plan to make it from the scratch, then here’s the easiest recipe for you. But, before jumping into the recipe, let’s take a look at how to make an instant dosa batter mix at home and keep it handy for anytime we need them. Click here for the instant dosa batter recipe.
How To Make Pav Bhaji Dosa | Pav Bhaji Dosa Recipe:
- Add dosa batter on a tawa and spread.
- Add onion, ginger-garlic paste, tomatoes, capsicum, salt, mashed potatoes, coconut chutney, tomato sauce, red chilli powder, pav bhaji masala and butter.
- Mix everything together and spread it all over the dosa.
- Cook till it turns brown and roll the dosa and serve.
Watch the complete recipe video of Pav Bhaji Dosa in the header section.
We suggest, avoid sambar and enjoy it just with chutneys. And do let us know how you liked it.
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