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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 09:18 AM IST

Jack fruit Dosa

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Jackfruit Dosa

It's true! There are indeed umpteen dosas to be made and tried; this simple yet delightfully tasty jackfruit dosa is just the dosa tweak of the season!

Ingredients

1 ½ cups raw rice
¾ cups jaggery
12 pieces jack fruit
1 tbsp powdered cardamom
4 cups water
Ghee, as required to make dosas
Salt as required
A pinch of dried ginger powder

Preparation

Wash and soak the rice in water for 2 hrs
Wash well again and drain the water 
Add salt and jack fruit pieces
Grind to a smooth paste and keep aside
Place jaggery in ¼ cup of water in a pan and stir over low heat until the jaggery melts
Remove from heat, strain and allow to cool
Mix this with the batter. Add cardamom powder and dried ginger powder
Stir the dosa batter well
Grease a non stick dosa pan and once it's hot, make the dosas

_(The author is a food blogger who blogs @www.hottavasandovens.blogspot.in)

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