Thursday, June 27, 2013

Azhagar Kovil Dosai/Black Urad Dal Dosa

Azhagar kovil is a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and this temple is situated 21km from the city of Madurai which is in Tamil Nadu. Black urad dal dosa aka Azhagar kovil dosai is a prasadham offered to God and then distributed to the devotees of Lord Vishnu. Actually this dosai prepared with whole urad dal,rice, whole pepper,dry ginger powder, curry leaves and cumin seeds. Actually this dosa batter doesnt need to be fermented and this dosas will looks very dark coz of black urad dal. In Azhagar temple, this dosa will be cooked completely in ghee and this dosa stays prefect for 2-3days in room temperature, but seriously this dosa wont stay long as they tastes fabulous.

I tasted this famous Azhagar kovil dosai long back and this dosa is in my to do  list since a long. Finally i prepared some few days back at home itself. Instead of cooking in ghee as like the usual Azhagar kovil dosai, i cooked my dosais simply with oil obviously with less quantity of oil.Usually this dosas looks very thick as like pancakes, but i prepared mine bit thicker and all at home enjoyed thoroughly this dosas with coconut chutney.Coming to this dosas, am posting this vegan dosas today as am a member of Vegan Thursdays, an vegan event running twice a month started by me. Do you want to join us, please send me a mail or leave a comment in this post.Sending to my own event CWS-Urad Dal guest hosted by Sowmya of Nivedhanam.



2cup Par boiled rice
1cup Black urad dal
2tsp Black pepper (crushed coarsely
1/2tsp Dry ginger powder
1tsp Cumin seeds
Few curry leaves
Salt
Oil for cooking

Soak the rice for 4hous, drain the water and grind in mixie as bit coarse paste.

At the same time soak the black urad dal apart for 4 hours too. Wash and grind it as smooth thick paste with curry leaves,cumin seeds.

Now mix the already grounded rice paste and urad dal paste with crushed pepper powder, dry ginger powder and salt. Keep aside for 3-4hours in room temperature.

The batter should be neither like dosa batter nor like vada batter.

Heat a tawa, pour a ladle of this black urad dal dosa batter to the hot tawa,spread as thick pancakes, drizzle oil and cook in simmer.

Cook on both sides and serve with chutney.

43 comments:

  1. wow, how many varieties and styles of dosas are there in the world?! :D

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  2. Hi Priya ,Dosa looks super.Wish I could have some right now but with ghee:)

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  3. simply yummy..i love the texture of your dosai...

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  4. Very healthy dosa.. This recipe is in my to do list for long time.. Thanks for reminding the dosa.. Your dosa has come out perfectly..

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  5. nice intro and thanks for sharing this recipe aks...

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  6. So yummy and peppy.. I love this one. I have it in my draft too..

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  7. Healthy and interesting recipe!

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  8. I havent tasted this dosa till now...sounds flavorful n healthy...would like yo try this sometime soon. Nice recipe for VT :)

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  9. Have heard about this... But not tried... Will try it definitely

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  10. I have always heard of this dosa but never tasted it or made it looks very divine priya

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  11. I have always heard of this dosa but never tasted it or made it looks very divine priya

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  12. similar to kancheepuram idly :) where it required fermentation time ! urad dal is not black ! Great attempt !

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  13. WOW...what a creative way of making dosa!!! I can't even do the basic...hehe

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  14. Healthy and delicious Traditional recipe.. Looks fabulous Akka.. :)

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  15. lovely akka.infact naanga tour ponapo
    this doasi gave us prasatham.but it is too thick.this really nice akka

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  16. i have made tis once.. good n healthy one..

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  17. I have had this in a AP temple, it tastes delicious and as you said my hands were soaked in ghee holding that dosa :-)

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  18. i have never heard of this.. but you got me all interested that have decided to make this for dinner tomo :).. thanks priya!

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  19. Wonderful black urad dosai. A must try recipe akka, bookmarked it.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/06/eggplant-potato-dry-curry-masala-aloo.html

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  20. dosa looks very delicious and healthy.

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  21. should be very flavorful and very aromatic.. I have heard about this dosa from one of my relatives, but never tasted it.. Now that I have the recipe bookmarked from yours, I will surely try this authentic and delicious dosa!!
    Sowmya
    Event - Authentic Indian Sweets w giveaway

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  22. Very flavourful, healthy and delicious Rosa...

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  23. wanna try this dosa...looks good n tempting

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  24. wow... i love the yummy dosa in a healthy way with less oil... one of my fav. aks...

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  25. nice recipe Priya, Iam wondering how you recollect com up with such awesome recipes. I have tried Idli's and dosa's with black urad dhal, but th eregular fermented version. Very curious to try this non fermented one.:)

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  26. looks perfect.. have had this..:)

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  27. Super dosa,came out wonderful!!

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  28. I have never tried dosa with black urad dal. Looks so healthy and yum. Bookmarked!

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  29. Looks so delicoius. Nice dish.

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  30. I love the azhagar kovil dosai.. crispy and thick - almost like vadai :) I've never tried myself... thanks for the recipe Priya.

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  31. Very healthy and tasty recipe!! wonder where can I find this black urad dal??

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  32. Wow, that looks super and bet it tasted just great!

    Luv,
    Manju

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  33. am a big fan of such dosai. full of nutrition. easy to make and quite filling. bookmarked.

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  34. Beautiful pictures..looks delicious...

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  35. Not heard about this type of dosa before.. I am amazed at the varieties of dosa that we have. I got some whole urad dal recently and was wondering which recipe I should try on it. Will definitely try this one out... Thank you for sharing such wonderful recipes :)

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  36. Dosa with whole black urad ..woow.super healthy one..ur description is making me Drool over it...
    Hope ur princess had a grt birthday today :)

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  37. Encore une découverte pour moi. Ces urad dal dosa doivent être délicieux.
    A bientôt

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  38. Have heard a lot about this dosa, but never made any.. Gotta try sometimes soon :) Urs looks very inviting :)

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  39. Will try this Priya, I love the pepper addition.

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