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Maharashtrian Sweet Dish – Khantoli

Maharashtrian Sweet Dish – Khantoli

Khantoli
Khantoli

Cuisine: Maharashtrian
Servings: 16 Pieces
Preparation: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Type: Dessert/Sweets
Served In: Festivals & special occasion

Hello friends, Manjiri’s Foods welcome you all, 

Maharashtrian Sweet dish-Khantoli is a special sweet dish  made of Rice-Suji or Rice-rava  & Jaggery. It is a traditional recipe prepared in the Holy month of Shravan all over Maharashtra. Even though it is a popular sweet dish in Maharashtra; it is less known in other parts of India. 

Main Ingredients:

Khantoli-ingredients
Khantoli-ingredients


  • Rice Rava Or Suji : One Bowl
  • Jaggery : One Bowl
  • Ghee : Four Teaspoons
  • Dry fruits : Mix Four to Five spoons
  • Cloves : Three to Four
  • Fresh Coconut Grated : Five to six spoons
  • Khaskhas / Poppy seeds
  • Cardamom powder : ½ tea spoon
  • Water : Two and half Bowl

Instant Rava Dosa | Ragi Rava Dosa | Green Chili Rasam

Instant Rava Dosa | Ragi Rava Dosa | Green Chili Rasam

Rava-dosa-ragi-rava-dosa
Rava-dosa-Ragi-rava-dosa

Cuisine: South Indian

Servings: 12 Dosas

Preparation: 10 Minutes

Resting Time: 15 Minutes

Cooking Time: 10 Minutes

Type: Breakfast

Serve with: Coconut Chutney, Sambar and Rasam.

Hello friends, Manjiri’s Foods welcome you all,

Today we are going to make an Instant Rava Dosa/Ragi Rava Dosa & Green Chili Rasam. It is one of the popular breakfast recipes  in South India served with Coconut chutney, Sambhar or any other side dish.

There are many ways to make these Rava Dosas and also made with different ingredients and seasoning including different type of flours and vegetable. Today I am going to show you this dosa recipe with onion, suji or rava and Rice flour.

Rava dosas are popular mainly for their crispy nature and transparent texture. This is achieved only by following some tricks.


Main Ingredients:

For Dosa Batter:

1.  Rava Dosa:

  • Rava or Suji (Medium): One Bowl
  • Rice Flour: One Bowl
  • Curds: Half Bowl
  • Water: As required
  • Salt: As per taste
  • Tempering: For extended taste
  • Onions: Two to three finely chopped
  • Coriander: A handful finely chopped

2.  Ragi Rava Dosa:

  • Rava or Suji (Medium): One Bowl
  • Ragi Flour: One Bowl
  • And all the other ingredients used in Rava Dosa

 

For Green Chili Rasam:

  • Green Chilies: Four to five (Medium Spicy)
  • White sesame (Til): Two Tea Spoons
  • Peanut Powder (Roasted): Two Tea Spoons
  • Dry Coconut Grated: Two Tea spoons
  • Jeera: Half tea spoon
  • Jaggery: Two tea spoons
  • Tamarind: Half tea spoon (Soaked)
  • Coriander: Four Tea Spoons
  • Salt: as per taste

For Tempering:

  • Oil: Two tea spoons
  • Jeera: One teaspoon
  • Mustard: One teaspoon
  • Hing: One pinch
  • Turmeric: Half tea spoon
  • Kadi Patta: Five to six leaves

 

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