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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 ('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