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
Cookbook: Rava dosa  Media: Rava dosa

Rava dosa is an Indian crepe of South India. It is a derivative of Dosa. It is also known as Ravvattu or Rave Dose.

Ingredients and Method of Making[edit]

ರವೆ ದೋಸೆ ಚಟ್ನಿ - rave dōse with caṭni from Karnataka

It is made with a batter of semolina, rice flour and water along with cumin seeds, salt, asafoetida, diced onions, diced carrot, curry leaves, cashew nuts, black pepper, chopped cilantro and green chillies. The mixed ingredients are then poured thinly (to ensure crispiness) onto a heated, lightly oiled tava using a ladle in a circular motion. Then, oil or ghee is sprinkled around the dosa and it is cooked for about two minutes, after which it is ready to be served with a variety of chutnies or sambar.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Rava Dosa". www.manjulaskitchen.com. Retrieved 27 November 2014.