Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Restaurant-Style Onion Rava Dosa At Home

Serve this dosa with a bowl of piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney


  • Dosa is a popular South-Indian snack
  • Dosa is mostly enjoyed with sambhar and chutney
  • Dosa can be of many kinds

A crispy and wafer thin dosa doused in lip-smacking sambhar or chutney can pretty much turn around any average day into a good one for us. And since we know there are plenty like us out there, we have a recipe that will leave you grinning. There are many kinds of dosas you must have had in your life, and that’s one quality of dosa that we truly adore – almost all of them are impressive in some way or the other, and yes we are taking into account some quirky ‘fusion’ dosas too. The thin crepe-like base of dosa can be used to wrap and roll just about anything.

This onion rava dosa recipe is something that will unite almost all dosa lovers. Rava also known as sooji (or semolina is English) is considered to be a tad healthier than rice batter dosas – they also have a distinct crunch. While one side of this dosa is fried until crispy brown, the other side is slathered over with an eclectic onion masala, made with onions, green chillies, cashews and black pepper.

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Serve this dosa with a bowl of piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney and munch away. Make sure you use a spatula to gently fold and remove the dosa from the pan so that it doesn’t break.

Here’ s a step-by-step recipe of how to make onion rava dosa at home.

Try making it and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below.

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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

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