Wheat Rava Roast

Extremely crispy and thin dosa, this can stay soft even on packing for hours to consume. Idli batter is not in stock! Time is short to make any dish! no worries… this recipe will help you. I have used to prepare Rava roast with plain flour and Rava, but this is another fabulous dosa variety to have with any side dishes mostly, Tomato Therakkal or Red chili garlic chutney suits more, even Coconut chutney serves the same.

Always I like to try some different recipes by simple ingredient change which does not make any major difference in the taste of the original flavor if I feel it is good for health and yummy when compared, then it will be added as my regular ingredients of the preparation.

This is one can be considered in that case of my regular method of preparation,

Wheat Rava Roast

Ingredients to prepare:

Wheat flour-1 cup

Rava White(Sooji)-3/4 cup

Rice flour-1/4 cup or 3 tbsp

Salt-1/2 tsp

Turmeric powder-2 pinches

Pepper corns and cumin coarsely crushed-1/2 tsp

Ginger finely chopped-1 tsp

Coriander leaves and curry leaves-3 tbsp

Butter milk-1/2 cup

For Preparation:

Mix all and set for 15 minutes. Stir well add water to the pouring consistency use a cup to pour the batter on a hot pan, not Laddle.

Heat Iron Tawa, pour the batter from the outer circle of the pan to inner, so the batter will not flow on top of the filled layer.

sprinkle some oil, actually, it does not consume more oil it is up to your preference of adding oil.

When it gets roasted around, flip and cook the other side.

It will be very thin and delicious hope you will enjoy it. serve with any desired side dish. Even with grated jaggery will be good children will enjoy it.


Turmeric powder is optional, you can add chili powder if preferred.

Should mix very diluted to get thin roast. Do not use laddle for spreading

Chopped onion and cashews can be sprinkled on top immediately on the batter is poured.


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