Ade Dose is on of the most common South Indian breakfasts. There are many ways of doing this , but this is the method I follow. Moong Dal cools the body making it a ideal breakfast for summers. It can be made crisp which is the way my family loves.
Makes about 10-12 dosas
1 cup Moong Beans,whole
1/4th cup Spilt Moong Dal
1/4th cup Rice
3 Green Chillies
1 piece Ginger
Salt to taste
- Soak moong beans, split moong and rice for about 5-6 hrs or overnight.
- Drain the excess water and grind it along with green chillies and ginger , into a smooth paste.
- Add salt and water.
- The batter need not be too thick .
- On a hot tava, drizzle some oil and wipe off the excess.
- Keeping the pan in a very low flame, add a laddle full of the batter and spread it into a circle.
- Drizzle oil on the outer side and cover the pan.
- Now, increase the flame and allow it to cook well.
- When its crisp , using a flat laddle remove it from the pan carefully.
- Serve hot with any chutney or chutney powder.
Note : The batter can be ground the previous night and refrigerated , since there is no fermenting required.
Add salt before using