Set dosa or set dose recipe explained with step by step pictures. Set dosa or set dose is another popular breakfast recipe from the Indian state of Karnataka. Set dosas are served in set of three along with coconut chutney and mixed vegetable sagu. So is the name "set dosa". Set dosas are small in size, soft and fluffy in texture.
Set dosa is prepared using the same common ingredients like rice, urad dal, fenugreek seeds and beaten rice. But one major difference is, the quantity of beaten rice or avalakki is more. This is a simple dosa recipe and preparing super soft set dosa depends on the proper fermentation of the batter. In Karnataka the same set dosa batter is used to prepare paddu or guliyappa.
I have listed and marked curd as an optional ingredient, which you can use only if the climate is too cold and if you are using mixer grinder to prepare the batter. I have also shared a picture of set dosa, which is prepared using curd. But adding curd will turn the batter sour. So if you have enough time, I would suggest you to ferment the batter for more time like 15 - 16 hours. Or just do not try this recipe in winter, instead try my another set dosa recipe using curd, which is prepared using rice, curd and beaten rice. Preparing dosa and idlis are easy task for me beacuse I stay in warm palce and I use wet grinder for grinding.
Preparation time: 14 hours
Cooking time: 30 min
Thanks for the likes, shares and comments. Its so encouraging and it means a lot to us!!
I am Latha and I am very happy that you have visited our post. Lot of efforts have been put in creating each and every post on this website. So if you like this post, please encourage us by liking and sharing. Also don't forget to comment. Thank you so much and keep visiting!!