Sep 17, 2013

Noodle Dosa

This is one more fusion recipe from me. Dosa is my favorite breakfast in fact I can have dosa as my meal any time. So I wanted to make a fusion recipe with my favorite breakfast. First I thought of stuffing with Manchurian, but my first recipe is with Manchurian so my next choice is noodles. You can make this chinese flavor dosa with any dry Indo- chinese side dish like gobi Manchurian or vegetable Manchurian, chicken Manchurian.
noodle dosa
                                                                This time I tried with spicy noodles you can make this with any noodles. You can spread chilli garlic sause on dosa, like how we spread red chutney and then place noodles this make the dosa more spicy and flavor full. If you would like to give this to kids then reduce the chilli sauce. this will be a big hit among kids. so let's check the recipe..

                       This is my recipe for Fusion theme with the letter N for NOODLE DOSA..
Dosa batter  -- 2 cups
Noodles  ----  1 pack
Oil  --- 2 tea sp and for frying dosas
Garlic  ----  6 cloves chopped
Capsicum   ----  1 big cut in to thin strips
Red chilli sauce  ---  1 tea sp
Soy sauce  ---  1/2 tea sp
Tomato ketchup   -----  2 tab sp
Salt to taste
Spring onion --- 1/4 cup chopped.
1. Boil enough water in a big wide pan, bring to full boil add a pinch of salt and a splash of oil boil for a while then add noodles and cook till done.
2. Take out few noodles press with your finger if they are soft and sponge they are done, then drain quickly, pour some cold water to stop cooking the noodles.

3. Spread the noodles on a plate and sprinkle some more oil to prevent them from sticking to each other, let them cool.
4. Heat oil in a wok add chopped garlic fry for a second then add green onion keep the heat in high and fry onions for a second.
5. Now add capsicum, salt to taste, red chilli sauce, soy sauce, Tomato ketchup, noodles give a good stir in a high heat.
6. Cook for few minutes,Switch off the heat and set a side.
7. Heat a dosa pan or a skillet clean with a kitchen towel, Pour a ladle full of dosa batter in the center of the pan. spread the batter with back of the ladle in to a thin circle.
8. Drizzle oil along the edges of the dosa and let it cook in a low heat till dosa turns in to golden.

9. Keep two tab sp of noodle mixture in middle of the dosa mash little with help of the back side of the spoon and spread the noodle mixture all over the dosa.
8. Now fold dosa like a roll remove from heat and serve.
Serve with tomato sauce or chilli garlic sauce.
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Padmajha said...

Yummy fusion Padma. As you said kids will love this one..

Unknown said...

wow thats an super interesting indian dosa spring roll :) makes me tempt dear :) fabulous recipe !!

Priya Suresh said...

Tremendous fusion, noodles dosa is just irresistible,inviting me to have some.

Harini R said...

Awesome fusion, Padma! A few years back I saw almost 150 varieties of Dosas and saw this.But I neglected to set aside the booklet and it got lost..How I wish I had that booklet now :)

Srivalli said...

Quite an interesting twist Padma..:)

Chef Mireille said...

your fusion recipes are so interesting...another innovative dish!

cookingwithsapana said...

Now that's an innovation . Marvelous noodle dosa...

Unknown said...

Innovative & delicious..

Unknown said...

my daughter would love this!! great idea - noodles dosa!


Gayathri Kumar said...

Very innovative Padma. Looks so inviting...

vaishali sabnani said...

Awesome ...wonderful fusion, must say you have created your fusion dishes so well..the complete series is a hit..loved all of them .i can feel the flavors of Chinese and south Indian..super super...super.

Rajani S said...

Hats off to jamun in a glass and then Indo chinese in a dosa :)..Innovative Padma, innovative :)

Sandhya Karandikar said...

Oh Yes !! This is my favourite fusion too.

preeti garg said...

Very unique dosa, love the filling of Noodles.

Pavani said...

Yummy yummy noodle dosa.. so unique and delicious.

The Pumpkin Farm said...

your fusion recipes were indeed unique, lovely one again