It’s no wonder for you people to know that I show up here a new dosa recipe every now and then. I often get bored with rice based dosa for breakfast and look for other alternatives. My quest of using alternative cereals for breakfast probably would never end. Millets, wheat, finger millet are all good friends of mine when I think of alternative cereal. I have a big list of breakfast using these cereals in isolated form. Like ragi dosa, ragi neer dosa, wheat dosa, proso millet masala dosa. But right now what’s trending at my house is combo of wheat and finger millet and I adorably call it ragi godhi dosa.
This ragi godhi dosa needs no pre-planning like soaking. You just have to rinse both the cereals several times just to ensure that they are clean and wet. After that it’s grinding to perfection along with required water. It turns to fine batter with the same consistency as normal dosa batter. Though you can make dosa immediately, I prefer to ferment it for some 2 to 3 hours. Resting the batter for some hours gives a nice tangy hint to the batter. I loved the softness that renders.
Let me now tell you about the combo with which this dosa tastes delicious. I love eating it with spicy coconut chutney because finger millet and wheat both are kind of bland. Especially, finger millet involved breakfasts do taste their best when paired with spicy side dishes. If I find few extra minutes in the morning, I go crazy to whip up two varieties of chutney and that makes my breakfast an amazingly yummy affair. If you are a foodie (of course! you are. Because you are reading this) you too go crazy about side dishes. Isn’t that true? I can see that guys!