Jini Dosa – A Delicious Indian Pancake

Jini dosa is a type of Indian pancake. It is traditionally made by spreading batter in a circular motion over a hot tawa. Then, using a large serving spoon, spread two to three tablespoons of filling on top of the dosa. Cook the dosa on a low flame, turning it occasionally, until it is golden brown. Then, remove the dosa from the tawa and cut it into strips.

Make sure you follow the instructions on the recipe carefully. You will need about six or seven rolls for one batch. It is advisable to cook jini dosas on a medium to low heat, and flip them once they are done. Then, serve hot or cold. Once your jini dosa is done, serve it with coconut chutney or mixed nuts chutney.

The traditional way to prepare Jini dosa is to heat the batter to 180°C. It is recommended to spread one tbsp of masala on a hot pan. Then, spread the vegetables over the dosa and cook it until it becomes crispy. You can also add grated cheese to the filling. The jini dosa is a great snack or late dinner.

If you’re planning to serve jini dosa to guests, you can make the stuffing by soaking the rice and dal overnight. Once the rice is cooked, you can add chopped vegetables and seasoning to your dosa. You can also serve it with tomato ketchup or tomato chutney. If you want to serve a more spicy version, try adding a dash of schezwan sauce or curry to the dosa.

Alpa Modi, a popular YouTube chef, has a delicious recipe for jini dosa. The spicy, buttery, and crunchy dosa has cheese in it and is the perfect late-night snack. The spice-infused batter gives it an irresistible aroma that will keep you coming back for more. It’s a unique take on the traditional dosa. You’ll want to try it next time you’re in Mumbai!

If you’re a fan of Mumbai street food, try making a Jini dosa. It’s a delicious fusion of south Indian street food and Mumbai masalas, and is an affordable street food in many areas of the city. It’s an easy recipe to make and requires only a few ingredients. However, it will take a little time to prepare the batter, so if you’re looking for a quick fix, try the Jini Dosa recipe below.

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