Rava dosa

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Rava dosa
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Place of origin India
Region or state Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu
Main ingredients Semolina
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Rava dosa or Rave Dose (Kannada: ರವೆ ದೋಸೆ, Tamil: ரவா தோசை), also called Ravvattu (Telugu: రవ్వట్టు), is an Indian crepe of South India. It is a derivative of the popular Dosa.


It is made with rava, especially Bombay rava[1] ('ravai' in Tamil, 'ravva' in Telugu, 'rave' in Kannada) or semolina, which doesn't require fermentation and is usually considered a fast tiffin.


The batter is spread onto a hot pan; by pouring it over the pan. (Unlike other dosas where a ladle is used.) It's heated until it becomes crispy. Then, it is removed and served along with chutney.

Rava dosa served at a hotel in Guntur

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