Kari Dosai /Soya Kheema Dosa



Kari dosai is  popular in Madurai,in which minced mutton curry is topped and served with kurma.But I wanted to share a vegetarian version with minced soya curry.In the original recipe egg is also used on top of the minced mutton.Since its a vegetarian version I didn't use it.Also the dosa needs to be on the thicker side and the minced meat/soya is topped and cooked.This dosa doesn't need any side dish,it tatses good as such.Off to the recipe...



                                               
                                         
                                                                              
                                                Kari Dosai/Soya Kheema Dosa


                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 25 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 2-3 minutes/dosa
   Makes ~ 3 dosas


  Ingredients

  For the stuffing/filling 

Ingredient
Quantity
Soya chunks
1/3 cup
Onion(finely chopped)
1 (medium size)
Tomato(thinly chopped)
 1(medium sice)
Green chilly/pachamilagai
1 (finely chopped)
Ginger&garlic paste
1 tsp
Red chilly powder/milagai podi
1/2-3/4 tsp
Coriander powder
1/2 tsp
Garam masala powder
1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder/manjal podi
1/4 tsp
Salt
1 tsp
Fennel seeds/sombu
1/4 tsp
Coriander leaves
1 tbs(finely chopped)
Oil
1 tbs
   
  To make Dosa


Ingredient
Quantity
3 cups
Oil
as needed to cook
dosa
Onion and green chilly(chopped)
to garnish(optional)

  
  
 Method 
  • Cook the soya chunks in boiling water along with a pinch of salt.Once its cooked drain the water and rinse it in cold water for couple of times.Squeeze the excess water and pulse in the blender.
  • Heat the oil in a pan,crackle the fennel seeds and add the chopped onion and green chilly with a pinch of salt. Saute till transparent,add in the ginger&garlic paste and fry it for couple of minutes.
  • Add the chopped tomato cook it for a while,then goes in all the spice powders and salt.Give it a mix and add sprinkle some  water if needed.Now add the pulsed soya chunks.
  • Mix it well,let it cook for 5 minutes or till the raw smell disappears.Add in the chopped coriander leaves and put off the flame.

  • Now take the  batter and adjust the consistency with water.Heat a griddle and once it becomes hot ,add a drop of oil and wipe it off with a paper and keep the flame in medium.Pour a ladleful of batter and spread it to a circle(no need to spread it too thin).
  • Now sprinkle the soya kheema on top of the dos,then sprinkle some chopped onion and green chilly.Press it gently,drizzle oil and cook it for a minute or till it gets golden.
  • Flip it to the other side and cook it for a minute,if needed add a tsp of oil.

  • Serve it with kurma and raita if needed.




  • While pouring the batter on the griddle,the flame should in medium.Then only it will be easy to spread and no need to spread so thin.
  • Use a flat base ladle to spread the dosa.
  • After keeping the soya kheema or minced meat curry,gently press it and the batter should not be cooked,so keep it in a medium flame.

Enjoy.................








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15 comments:

Very interesting filling for the dosa.

I have to admit that this one is a stunning dosa..i do not eat soya but yet I bet the soya lovers will go ga ga over it..I have to make this one for my soya loving family..they will simply love it.

vegetarian version of kari dosai rocks Nalini. Such an alluring dish.

vegetarian version of kari dosai rocks Nalini. Such an alluring dish.

When ever I pass through that shop I used to wonder what type of dosa it may be. Your vegetarian version looks so delicious. Will try it..

love this vegetarian version of kari dosai..soy chunks is a great alternative for meat naa.. awesome.

Heard of this but never saw it made or tasted ! Soya chunk toppings with the masala look great

First of all the place mat or napkin what ever you have used blends well with that dosa color and the blue splashes in the wooden background. It makes an impressive shot.
This dosa is a new one to me and the soya substitution sounds wonderful.

My husband would love the meat version of this dosa. Lovely setting and dosa looks amazing

Absolutely love this dosa,Nalini! That too in the month of purataasi a great vegetarian option for those who crave for kari dosa.. Bookmarking the recipe dear..

What a tempting dosa Nalini. I want to try it right away. Bookmarked!!

Awesome dosa Nalini!! Looks so pretty and filing.

Soya keema dosa looks so delicious.I am literally drooling here.

Wow this is one interesting dosa. Will love the non veg one too.

Its such an interesting one to make with soya chunks!..very good..

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