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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Recipe for Cheese Dosai

Hello Members,
Here is the recipe for Cheese Dosai. This recipe is not for the weight watchers though, but those who want to have a variety and still watch your weight u can try the low fat cheese. One dosai will not harm u....Happy Eating!!!!!!

Cheese Dosai
Ingredients :
50 gm Amul cheese/ or any other Mozarella cheese - grated
2 1/2 cups rice and 1 cup urad dal(soaked for 5-6 hours and ground to a fine smooth past)
1 onion - chopped
Small bunch fresh coriander - chopped
3-4 green chillies - chopped
1/2 tsp salt
Oil for frying.

Makes about 12-14 dosais

Method : Add salt to rice and dal paste and leave covered for about 8 hours
Grease a flat tava (a hot iron cooking plate) very lightly. See that there is no excess fat or the dosa will not spread. Pour a ladleful of mixture on the tava and spread it quickly with the back of the ladle. Pour a little oil on the sides and cover for a few seconds. Uncover and add a tablespoon of grated Amul Cheese/ or any other cheese, a few bits of green chillies, onion and fresh coriander. Fold over and serve at once.

Tips : - For those who dont like onions u can avoid onions and for kids u can avoid putting green chillies.

*One very important note to all the members. *
When u are in India u safely can buy Amul or any other cheese. But for those of the members who are living abroad like me, please note the ingredients behind the cover and note, if the ingredients contain cow/calf rennet, if it does, please avoid buying the cheese. You can get cheese minus the above ingredient also.

What is Rennet? (Web definition of Rennet)
An extract from the membranes of calves' stomachs which contains rennin, an enzyme that aids in coagulating milk or separating curds from whey. Rennet-like enzymes, also used commercially, are produced by selected fungi and bacteria.

Hope that members will try the cheese dosai. Enjoy.

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