How to make Masala dosa – Popular South Indian Breakfast Recipe – Masala Trails

Watch and learn how to make Masala dosa with Chef Sneha Nair only on Get Curried.

Masala Dosa is a variant of the popular South Indian dosa. It is made from rice, lentils, potato, curry leaves and served with chutneys and sambar. Masala dosa is one of the best and most popular breakfast items in the country and is a healthy and nutritious way to start your day.

For Dosa Batter
1 cup whole skinned urad dal
3 cups idli rice*
Salt as needed

For Stuffing
1/2 tbsp mustard seeds
Finely chopped Ginger
4-5 chopped Green Chillies
Curry leaves
1 chopped onion
Pinch of Hing Powder(Asafoetida powder)
3/4 tbsp Turmeric powder
1 tbsp Chilli powder
1/2 kg boiled and mashed Potatoes
Coriander leaves

For Dosa Batter
Soak the rice and dal separately for 3 hours.

Grind dal first into a smooth consistency adding enough water.

Grind rice into a smooth batter by adding just enough water to get it going.

Combine the two, add salt, and let it ferment in a large enough bowl lightly covered, for about 6-8 hours in a warm place.

For Stuffing.
Take a thick bottomed pan and heat some oil in it, add 1/2 tbsp mustard seeds, finely chopped ginger, 4-5 chopped green chillies, curry leaves, 1 chopped onion, salt to taste, pinch of Hing Powder, 3/4 tbsp of turmeric powder, 1 tbsp of chilli powder, 1/2 kg boiled and mashed Potatoes mix all together add some water and allow it cook.

Add some coriander leaves on top.

Take a dosa pan and pour the batter in it and spread it in circular form.

Add little oil allow it cook from both sides.

Add the masala in the centre of the dosa and fold it.

The easy and quick Masala Dosa is ready to be served with sambar and coconut chutney.

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Host: Sneha Nair
Director: Suchandra Basu
Camera: Kawaldeep Singh Jangwal, Manjeet Kataria
Editing: Dinesh Shetty
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Orange Foods says:

Nice &&

husna merchant says:

this is not the right recipe it’s funny how it’s been uploaded 🙂

Joy James says:

could you please provide the link to the pan’s used in this video

aishwarya gupta says:

the dosa needs to be golden brown right??

Jacob Cruz says:

Excellent recipe and presentation. I tried the masala dosa using this simple recipe and it was yummy. Thank you.

Joey Tribbiyani says:

cheese seriously?

Manisha Reddy says:

i like your personality 🙂

Haroon Azam says:

2nd yummy

Craziest Indian says:

1st view

saleh omar says:


Rameez Shaikh says:

how can you post a dosa recipe without showing how to make the batter?

Leo says:

This is WRONG. The potato filling is wrong, the dosa’s texture is wrong. Totally wrong.
Stop saying it is authentic.

Anand Alphonse says:

well, she initially told that it’s her take on dosa.. but I’ll have to say, her take is quite far from being authentic.

Dheeraj Naik says:

This is Indian classic

Rahul Kailthya says:

Where is Varun??
Its Been getting harder to watch without the master chef !!

YouTellMe says:

That looks awesome

Deepesh Katiyar says:

the anchor is really loud, and its not her voice!!

Spain on a Fork says:

looks good, nice recipe

Santanu Datta says:

Why are people being so picky about the color? If you like it more golden brown, simply cook it a little while longer. No big deal!

Leena Nebu says:

you ought to edit the written version where it is written tbsp instead of tsp.

kinz palliwal says:

hello mam the recipie is awsm.pzz tell me ..utensils is very nice wher to buy this brand name n price

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Rachel Mythili says:

i m sorry but I am a tamilian and I completely do not agree with the fact that this is authentic masala dosa… the dosas texture and color is completely wrong and your dosa looks brittle… good try

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