How to make idli / dosa batter

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Idli and dosa are staple food in any South Indian house. So they have idli / dosa batter in stock at any given time. Having batter in stock is so much relief for both stay at home moms or working moms. With this batter we can make many dishes like Idli, Dosa, Uthapam, Paniyaram.
 
 
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6 thoughts on “How to make idli / dosa batter”

  1. This made me smile as did the lunch i ate in old Delhi. We, an elderly Pastor and I went down to a bleak stairwell to a basement, a magnifiscent room where idli and all manner of Indian delicacies were served in miniscual dishes. I have been unable to find (not knowing what it was other than a dosa or pancake) such a feast since. Thank you for waking my memory.😊

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