1. Set Dosa
Dosa is our popular dish for breakfast and snacks. All varieties are popular. When 2 or 3 dosas are piled on each other and eaten with sagoo or chutney, it is called set dosa.
Set dosas are thick and spongy. Set dosas are served in restaurants and fast food outlets.
2. Ragi Dosa
Ragi (Finger Millet) is a nutritious grain which is staple food in most of the south Indian states.
Ragi Dosa is a healthy breakfast dish which is common in South Indian homes. This dosa doesn’t require any fermentation and easy to prepare.
3. Sowthekai Dosa
Mangaloreans are famous for the numerous varieties of dosas they make. They can turn any veggie or greens into a dosa.
Cucumber Dosa or Sowthekai Dosa is a very good for your health and this cucumber dosa is a famous Manglorean delicacy.
And this is a instant dosa which does not need any fermentation. Easy to make and tasty to eat!
4. Rava Dosa
Dosa is a popular dish eaten for breakfast and as an evening snack. Dosa has its origins in Udupi. With the passage of time Karnataka became famous for its crispy and wafer thin dosas.
Rava dosa is a delectably crispy dosa that can be prepared instantly and it also a most popular South Indian breakfast recipes.
5. Sabbasige Soppu Spicy Dosa
Children make a fuss when asked to eat leafy green vegetables and in particular Dill Leaves (Sabbasige) because of it strong smell. However its health benefits favour the use of it in daily preparation as it keeps diseases away.
Dill Leaves spicy dosa is very healthy and After eating this dosa your children will definitely like it.