Wheat Flour Dosa | Instant Atte Ka Dosa | Whole Wheat Crepes
Atte ka dosa is very easy to prepare. When we think of making dosa, it’s very time consuming as we need to soak rice and lentils for 5 – 6 hrs. And then we need to keep the batter for fermentation. So lots of preparation required for regular dosa which is prepared from mixture of rice and urad dal.
Whereas this wheat flour crepes or atte ka dosa is so quick and it’s made instantly within 5 minutes. Since it’s made from whole wheat flour, it’s healthy as well. This recipe makes a great tiffin box idea for kids. You can serve these instant dosa with any chutney or sauce or any curry. I love this with white peas curry.
If you are looking for more breakfast recipes, read kanda batata poha, upma, mix veg upma, potato & green peas poha, vermicelli pulao, aloo paratha, gobi paratha, spinach corn sandwich, cheesy potato sandwich, mini semolina pancakes.
How to make instant wheat flour dosa?
This dosa doesn’t require any preparation or fermentation. Instantly you can make in 5 minutes. I have added wheat flour 1 cup, rice flour 1/2 cup and semolina 1/4 cup to make this dosa crispy. Add curd and make smooth batter. In the end add eno or fruit salt or baking soda. This is optional.
Adding eno makes the dosa little more crispy. But you can skip adding eno or soda if you are making for kid’s tiffin box. Make a smooth flowing batter. Spread on hot greased tawa. Since I have made this for my kid I have not added any soda or eno to it.
Don’t heat the tawa more because it will be difficult to spread the batter on tawa.
If you want to make soft dosa then make the batter little more flowing consistent and then put ladleful of batter on hot tawa. In this case you don’t need to spread the batter on tawa. Since it’s flowing consistent, it will spread automatically.
Recipe card for whole wheat dosa
Instant Whole Wheat Dosa
- 1 cup whole wheat
- 1/2 cup rice flour
- 1/4 cup semolina
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp eno
- 1 cup water
- 6 – 8 tbsp refined oil
- 2 tbsp curd
- Take a mixing bowl. Mix all flour, salt and curd in a bowl.
- Add water slowly and gradually mixing nicely. Make sure it’s lumps free.
- heat 1 tsp oil in a dosa tawa or flat pan.
- spread oil on whole pan with help of a tissue or paper napkin. You can use brush also for this.
- Put one ladle full of batter and spread quickly.
- When the bottom will get cooked, flip it to other end lightly.
- This will take 2 – 3 minutes hardly.
- Remove from heat and serve with chutney or ketchup.
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