Banana dosa is light, it’s delicate and it is filling because of wheat goodness. The fluffiness offered by over ripe bananas is amazing and it makes the dosa overwhelmingly delicious. I love to call this breakfast as minimalist as it does’t require any fancy ingredients. So what do I need then? Essentially few bananas which are overly ripe, whole wheat flour and some jaggery. And the best part that I love is, this banana dosa doesn’t demand a spicy chutney. You could eat this with anything and your breakfast life would be good. I had my portion of banana dosa pairing with ghee. Dunking each bite in a dollop of ghee till it soaks up, then making it’s journey towards mouth seemed perfect breakfasting as per me.
But having said about my breakfasting habits, I am bound to give some other options on eating this awesomeness. Because I honor you and your taste buds. If you happen to be a person who likes some moderately sweet things as breakfast pairing with a dip, then you can accompany it with regular coconut chutney or chutney powder too. It tastes equally good.
Towards the end of post, I keep some tricks to master the recipe. Though this is not a recipe which demands some expertise in cooking, few tips can help you in avoiding mess. As overripe banana has been used in this recipe, the dosa tends to be very delicate and soft. So please do not get tempted to spread dosa very thin. Keep it bit thick so that it doesn’t stick to the griddle. Also loosen up the edges and carefully move the spatula to remove the dosa from griddle.
So why are you waiting? Do you already have few overly ripe bananas with wrinkled skin in your pantry? Then head towards kitchen for an amazing breakfast. Lets meet with a plate of banana dosa at the breakfast table. What say?