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Old 07-15-2012, 05:23 AM   #1
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Indian Dosa

A really nice different recipe I tried after watching a Jamie Oliver programme.

Very pleased the dosa pancake worked well gluten free - using Doves Farm gluten and wheat free flour and gram flour - which is gluten free. A pretty foolproof batter (and I am a fool!).

The filling is potato mash basically using sweet potato and potato potato.
Its mashed together with chillies, lime , turmeric and I used onion (nigella) seeds as opposed to mustard seeds.

Vegetarian and gluten free. Here is a pic of mine and the receep:
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nice one ma'am!
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Old 07-15-2012, 05:42 AM   #3
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Thank you Mr Gaybean.
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Thank you Mr Gaybean.
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That looks very tasty GQ
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My favourite dish at the local cheapo restaurant.... it never occurred to me I could make them!

BTW - Yours looks even better than Jamie's!
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The filling is potato mash basically using sweet potato and potato potato.
Its mashed together with chillies, lime , turmeric and I used onion (nigella) seeds as opposed to mustard seeds.
Here is another example of what I mean when I say this place is GREAT!
I reckon I am just too backwoods....It has never occurred to me to use onion seeds as a spice!
Thanks for the idea!!
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Gravy Queen: I am a Fan of Indian Cuisine ...

Thanks so much for posting Jaime Oliver´s Recipe ...

Have a lovely Sunday,
Ciao,
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Huzzah! Thanks all, yes do have a go, they are easy peasy lemon squeezy!!
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Old 07-16-2012, 03:04 AM   #10
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lol, gq and harry. you're lucky none of the mods or admins speak your language. i get censored all the time for much less.

gob quack, your dosa looks amazing! your filling is spot on as well.

a dosa house opened near me recently and i've been pushing them to make me a really hot (spicy) one, but they still think i'm a gringo.

i love a good sour milk and coconut chutney with mine, to offset the herbs and spices.
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