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Want a great way to eat spinach without realizing you’re eating spinach? This dosa gets its green color because it’s loaded with spinach, so while you’re enjoying a burst of mint and cocoa flavor you’re also eating your vegetables!

 

Ingredients – Makes 4 dosas

• 1 cup fresh spinach

• 1 cup oat flour (to make gluten-free make sure to use oat flour labeled as gluten-free)

• 1 and 1/4 cup almond milk (or dairy milk if you prefer)

• 1/2 tsp mint extract

• 2 tsp sugar

• 1 tbsp cocoa nibs (these can be labeled as cacao nibs by some brands), or mini chocolate chips if you prefer something sweeter.

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until the batter is smooth. Let the batter rest at room temperature for 5 minutes.

2 Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #1. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil.

3. Pour 3 oz of batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 2 minutes.

4. Open the lid, flip the dosa, and cook for an additional 30 seconds to 1 minute depending on how crispy you prefer the dosa.

5. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy as-is, or with your favorite spread or yogurt.

 

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This is one of our favorite dosa recipes for breakfast. It’s delicious, easy to make, and a healthy way to start your day!

To save time, blend the batter the night before so it’s ready to use in the morning.
 

 

Ingredients – Makes 3-4 Dosas

• 1/2 cup hulled strawberries (fresh or frozen)

• 1 banana

• 1 cup oat flour (to make gluten-free make sure to use oat flour labeled as gluten-free)

• 1/2 cup vanilla (or plain if you prefer) almond milk (you can also use dairy milk if you prefer)

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until the batter is smooth.

2. Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #1. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil. For a unique twist, try coconut oil.

3. Depending on the desired thickness of your dosa,  add 2-4 tbsp of additional almond milk or water to the batter until you reach the desired batter consistency.

4. Pour 3.5 oz of batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 2 minutes 30 seconds.

5. Open the lid and check. For a crispier dosa, flip and cook for another 30 seconds to 1 minute.

6. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy as-is, or serve with your favorite yogurt or fruit.

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Here’s a flavorful twist on a traditional Indian dosa. In this recipe we add tomato, garlic, and onion to traditional Indian dosa batter, but don’t forget to try your favorite vegetables too. And for those who like their food on the spicy side, make sure to add the paprika or red chili powder!

You can cook this dosa like you would a traditional Indian dosa, or try cooking for extra time to create a dosa chip that’s full of flavor!

 

Ingredients – Makes 4 Dosas

• 1 cup traditional dosa batter. Click here to view our recipe, or you can use pre-made, fresh batter available at most Indian grocery stores.

• 1/2 large tomato, chopped

• 2 garlic cloves

• 4 tbsp onion, chopped

• 1/4 cup water, if necessary to thin batter

• For an extra burst of spice and color, add 1 tsp of chili powder or paprika

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Combine tomato, garlic, onion, and dosa batter in a blender and blend until smooth.

2. Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #2. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil.

3. Depending on the desired thickness of your dosa, gradually add 1 – 2 tbsp of water to the batter until you reach the desired batter consistency.

4. Pour 3 oz of batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 2 minutes 30 seconds.

5. Open the lid and check. For a crispier dosa, cook for another 30 seconds to 1 minute.

6. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy alone, or serve with your favorite filling, dip, or spread.

 

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This is one of our most popular recipes! Enjoy the vibrant flavors and airy texture of a lemon blueberry muffin, in a healthy and gluten-free dosa, This dosa can be served thick and soft for a more airy, muffin-like texture, or served thin and crispier for a unique twist.  This is a recipe you must try!

 

Ingredients – Makes 4 Dosas

• 1 cup oats (to make gluten-free make sure to use oats labeled as gluten-free)

• 1/4 cup buckwheat flour

• 1/4 cup almond flour

• 1 cup vanilla almond milk (or dairy milk if you prefer)

• 1/4 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen)

• 1/4 tsp salt

• 1/2 tsp cinnamon

• 1 lemon, zest only

• 2 tbsp honey

 

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Zest the lemon with a microplane or the smallest holes on a box grater.

2. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until the batter is smooth.

3. Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #1. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil. For a unique twist, try coconut oil.

4. Pour 3 oz of batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 2 minutes 30 seconds.

5. Open the lid and check. For a crispier dosa, flip and cook for another 30 seconds to 1 minute.

6. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy as-is, or serve with your favorite yogurt.

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Combining vegetables with traditional Indian dosa batter is great way to add nutrients and flavor, and create some beautiful colors. The recipes below uses beets, but we encourage you to try other vegetables, including spinach, kale, and tomatoes. These dosas are especially great for kids who don’t like to eat their vegetables!

 

Ingredients – Makes 4 Dosas

• 1 cup traditional dosa batter. Click here to view our recipe, or you can use pre-made, fresh batter available at most Indian grocery stores.

• 2 steamed beets

• 1/4 cup water, if necessary to thin batter

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Combine beets and dosa batter in a blender and blend until smooth.

2. Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #2. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil.

3. Depending on the desired thickness of your dosa, gradually add 1 – 2 tbsp of water to the batter until you reach the desired batter consistency.

4. Pour 3 oz of batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 2 minutes 30 seconds.

5. Open the lid and check. For a crispier dosa, cook for another 30 seconds to 1 minute.

6. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy alone, or serve with your favorite filling, dip, or spread.

 

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Sun-dried tomato and basil combine to create a delicious mediterranean inspired chickpea dosa. This dosa packs a ton of flavor and is very versatile. Enjoy as-is, with a dip or spread, or use as a wrap.

 

 
 

Ingredients – Makes 4-6 Dosas

Note: Dosas will be a bit thicker so they can be used as a wrap.

• 1 cup chickpea (garbanzo bean) flour

• 2 tbsp chopped fresh basil

• 4 tbsp chopped sun-dried tomato

• 1 & 1/2 cup water

• 2 tbsp olive oil

• 1/2 tsp salt

• 1/4 tsp black pepper

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until the batter is smooth.

2. Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #1. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil.

3. Stir in 3 to 5 tbsp of additional water in to the batter. The batter should still be slightly thick.

4. Pour 3.5 to 4 oz of batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 3 minutes.

5. Open the lid and check. For a crispier dosa, flip and cook for another 30 seconds to 1 minute.

6. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy as-is, or serve with your favorite dip or hummus, or use as a sandwich wrap.

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A healthy dosa with pumpkin spice that tastes like cake. Yeah, we don’t think we need to say any more either!

 

Ingredients – Makes 3-4 Dosas

• 1 cup finely grated carrot

• 2/3 cup oat flour (to make gluten-free make sure to use oat flour labeled as gluten-free)

• 1 cup vanilla almond milk (or dairy milk if you prefer)

• 1 tsp pumpkin spice (or 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/4-1/8 tsp of ground nutmeg, and 1/4-1/8 tsp of ground cloves)

• 4 tbsp raisins, chopped

• 1-2 tbsp maple syrup (optional)

• 1/8 tsp salt

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Whisk all ingredients together in a bowl until smooth. Let the batter rest at room temperature for 10 minutes. Note: Batter should be thicker than pancake batter to result in cake-textured dosa. For a thinner dosa, simply add another 2 – 3 tbsp of almond milk before cooking.

2. Preheat the DosaMaker on setting #1. Lightly coat the top and bottom cooking plates with cooking oil..

3. Pour 2.5 – 3 oz batter in the center of the bottom plate, gently close, and cook for 2 minutes 30 seconds. Flip the dosa, close the lid, and cook 30-60 seconds longer, depending on how crispy you want the dosa.

4. Remove using the plastic spatula and enjoy alone, or serve with yogurt, a smear of cream cheese, or almond butter. Enjoy!

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This is a healthy and tasty breakfast or dessert that can be made in under 10 minutes! Just fill with Nutella, peanut butter or your choice of fruit (or all three!). It’s a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth without all the calories or guilt. You can also cook this dosa a little longer and create a sweet chip that’s great for dipping in greek yogurt.

This dosa is also an amazing post-workout snack. Just add 2 tbsp of protein powder with 2 tbsp of water and remove the brown sugar.

Next time you have some ripe bananas, skip the banana bread and try these oatmeal banana dosas. We promise you won’t regret it!

 

Ingredients – Makes 3-4 Dosas

• 1 banana

• 1/2 cup oatmeal

• 1/2 cup milk (dairy or non-dairy. We typically use vanilla almond milk)

• 1/4 cup water

• 1 tbsp maple syrup

• 1/2 tbsp brown sugar

• 1/4 tsp of cinnamon

• 1/8 tsp of salt

 

Optional:

• 1 tbsp coconut flour (adds a light coconut flavor)

• 1 tbsp rice flour (gives a little more crunch)

 

To make sure this dosa is gluten-free you must buy oatmeal that is labeled as gluten-free.

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Blend all ingredients until you have a smooth batter. For a thinner dosa add 1 to 3 tablespoons of water to the batter.

2. Set the DosaMaker on temperature setting #1.

3. Add a light coating of oil to the top and bottom cooking plates. Pour 3 oz of batter into the DosaMaker and close.

4. Cook for 2 minutes. Open to check the dosa and if desired, cook additional 30 seconds. For a crispier, sweet chip-type dosa, cooking for an additional 30 seconds to 1 minute, or cook on temperature setting #2.

5. Add your filling and enjoy!

 

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This traditional South Indian dish is made with a rice and lentil batter that is fermented overnight. Fenugreek seeds and urad dal are used to attract natural airborne wild yeast that activates overnight, creating a delicious sourdough-like flavor.

Dosa is typically filled with curried potatoes and served with coconut chutney as well as a lentil-based soup called sambar. So whether your palate prefers a kick of spice or a mouthwatering cool sensation, the dosa is exceptionally versatile. Dosa is considered to be a comfort food for many Indians, and is often served for breakfast. Dosas can be tough to make the traditional way, but now the DosaMaker allows you to make a dosa with ease.

 

Ingredients

• 2 cups rice*

• 1/2 cup whole urad dal

• 3 tbsp flattened rice, also called poha

• 1 tsp fenugreek seeds

• 1 tsp salt

*You can use a variety of rices based on your preference. We prefer using 1 cup Ponni boiled rice along with 1 cup of long-grain rice

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Quickly wash rice, urad dal, and poha in water. Don’t over wash otherwise the batter will not ferment.

2. Put rice, urad dal, poha and fenugreek seeds in a medium bowl a cover with water. Set aside for 4-5 hours.

3. Set aside 2 cups of soaking water, and drain the rest.

4. Blend rice mixture with 2 cups of the soaking water and salt until it is completely smooth. Pour into a large bowl and place somewhere warm overnight.

5. After approximately 8 hours (Exact time depends on temperature and humidity), add water and mix well. We suggest using 1/4 cup water, but you may want to use more/less depending on how thin/thick you prefer your dosa.

6. Set the DosaMaker on temperature setting #2,

7. Add a light coating of oil to the top and bottom cooking plate. Pour 3 oz of dosa batter into the DosaMaker and close.

8. Cook 2 minutes. Open DosaMaker and cook an additional 30-45 seconds depending on your desired level of crispness.

Enjoy!

 

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If you’re a health nut, this mung bean dosa is for you! Mung beans are tiny green legumes typically found in Asian (especially Indian) cuisines. Did you know that one cup of raw, un-sprouted mung beans contain almost 50 grams of protein?

You can use this dosa as a wrap if you use temperature setting #2, or make a healthy, guilt-free chip on temperature setting #3. This mung bean dosa is super flavorful on it’s own or with a savory filling.

 

Note: This recipe requires you to soak mung beans for at least 5 hours – we just let it sit overnight.

 

Ingredients

• 2 cup mung beans (soaked for at least 5 hours and drained)

• 2 garlic cloves (peeled and cut in half)

• 3 tbsp chopped red onion

• 1 tbsp rice flour

• 1/2 tsp red chili powder

pinch of salt

• 1 cup water

 

Cooking Instructions

1. Blend all ingredients until you have a smooth batter. For a thinner dosa add 1 to 3 tablespoons of water to the batter. Note: The batter will have some green mung bean shell that may not blend completely. This is ok as long as the bean itself is blended completely.

2. Set the DosaMaker on temperature setting #2.

3. Add a light coating of oil to the top and bottom cooking plates. Pour 3-3.5 oz of batter into the DosaMaker and close.

4. Cook 2.5 minutes.Open to check the dosa and if desired, cook additional 30 seconds to 1 minute. For a crispier chip-like dosa, use temperature setting #3.

5. Enjoy!