Shital's-Kitchen: Chinese Dosa

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Chinese Dosa

After the final FIFA football match over the weekend, we had planned a dosa party dinner :) With few of my old, tradition stuffing and some new ones too, we just enjoyed dosas. On the streets of Mumbai, dosa vendors make fresh, delicious dosas right before you with the choice of stuffing or filling you like. This same street food style can be created at home too. Just keep variety of chopped veggies and filling ready, and your guest can enjoy different types of dosas.

Here are few pictures from our earlier Dosa parties at home.

Chutnies



Kids Uttapams with cheese topping





Chinese dosa!! What a fusion! Delicious crunchy veggies, noodles, and sauce wrapped in a regular dosa. Just like Mumbai street food style :)

Finely chopped or julienne carrots, bell pepper, spring onions, and cabbage.
Some boiled noodles.


My delicious recipe of Schezwan Sauce for chinese noodles:

Veggies and Stuffing ready to assemble dosas.


Here is my Dosa batter recipe to make deliciously crisp dosas:

Spread dosa batter on a hot griddle. Sprinkle few drops of oil or butter on it.



As dosa starts to cook, add few veggies and noodles. Add a tsp of schezwan sauce. Mix well. Fold in the dosa and serve with delicious chutnies.
























You could avoid noodles and make some spring dosa with fresh crunchy veggies.

Spread dosa batter on hot griddle. Spread a tsp. of schewan sauce and a tsp. of tomato ketchup over the doas. Add veggies and pinch of salt. mix well. Roll, cut into pieces and serve with chutnies. It is so easy!




























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  2. Thanks Shital. This looks yummy. Can we use the Sphagetti wheat noodles that we get in costco? I sm going to try this. Please let me know. Thank you.

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