Tag Archives: Indian Breads and Dosas

Utterly Butterly Delicious: Davangere Benne Dosa.

Dosa or Dosé or Dosai is a fermented crepe or pancake made from rice batter and black lentils. I am not much of a Dosa fan, and thats probably why you will find only 2 recipes for dosas in my collection, one being Mangalorean Panpole (Neer dosa), and other being Appams, but being a Foodie, I am willing […]

Beaten-rice/ Avalakki or Poha Dosa

This soft and tasty dosa, is very simple to make. It uses ground rice and beaten rice/ avalakki/ poha. Its very simple to make as here I have made use of ready made Appam podi / Appam rice flour which is made of ground rice available in all Asian/ Kerala stores . If you cannot […]

Hearty Mangalore Buns.

Unbelievably the first time I tried Mangalore buns was not in Mangalore, but in SDM Dental College canteen in Dharwad. This was my usual morning breakfast during the years I spent at college and I never grew tired of eating it.These crusty on the outside and soft on the inside deep fried delights make a […]


This is a recipe which I developed after trial and error, to make the perfect lacy appams, crisp at the borders and soft and fluffy in the center. Try it, and im sure you will fall in love with this delectable rice treat from the Southern Indian coast. Ingredients: Makes 50 appams  Raw rice-5 cups  Parboiled […]

Panpole/ Neer Dosa

As a child this was my favourite rice preparation. My love for panpole has not lessened in any way over the years. I remember fights at the dining table for the thinnest and crispiest panpole, as mom would serve them hot off the pan into our outstretched hands. This is a paper thin soft rice […]