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Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Barnyard Neer Dosa (VIDEO)

Barnyard neer dosa is an instant healthy dosa that can be quickly prepared without any fermentation. This dosa is a healthy breakfast option to all those who would like to avoid rice. Though you get store brought millet flours in stores, but I have used homemade millet flour that I prepare at home. The recipe link for making millet flour is already shared here. Taste wise these millets neer dosa don't taste anything obvious but the colour of these neer dosa is off-white than white. 

The only difference that I found in making these millets dosa is that it takes a little more time than usual neer dosa to cook. So wait patiently before you flip the dosa. Mangalorean neer dosa, the traditional one or millet neer dosa, I love them with a tangy chutney like tomato chutney, kunjulli chutney or mint chutney. How do you like to pair these crispy and light dosas ? You can even serve these with chicken sukka .Try these out and am sure you will love these.

Preparation time ~ 15 minutes
Cooking time ~ 10 minutes
Author ~ Julie
Serves ~ 4 neer dosa
barnyard flour 1/2 cup
cooked rice 3 tbsp
grated coconut 3 tbsp
salt to taste
water 1 cup

  • Add the barnyard flour in a bowl. Add 1/2 cup water to this, mix well without lumps.
  • Take the cooked rice and grated coconut, add to a blender jar and add water. Grind till smooth and add to the barnyard batter. Combine well, add salt  and get a batter without any lumps. The batter shouldn't be very watery, but thinner than dosa batter.
  • Heat a non-stick pan and when the pan is really hot. Pour a ladleful of batter and swirl the pan to even out the batter. Cook till the sides are crisp and starts to leave the pan(may take longer than usual neer dosa batter). Add few drops of gingelly oil.
  • Flip the other side and cook for another 45 seconds. Repeat making the other barnyard neer dosa. Serve with tomato chutney or pudina chutney.


* I have already posted the barnyard flour making from scratch, please refer the link.
* You can make this neer dosa using other millet flours too.

* Barnyard Idlis



Angie's Recipes said... Best Blogger Tips

They look so different and super yummy made with barnyard flour.

Suja Manoj said... Best Blogger Tips

Healthy breakfast, looks delicious