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Sweet Dosa Snack- with Banana

This is another quick snack with leftover dosa batter. It is mildly sweet and perfect with some coffee. This snack is very easy to make, and I have made them in appe pan. If you don't have appe pan you can also deep fry them. I personally prefer the one made in appe pan, since it uses less oil. This is also a very good way to use over ripe banana's. 
A similar recipe which is Banana Dosa for kids is up on the blog too. Also a Savory version of this snack, a popular Andhra snack, Punugulu is up on the blog too. 
Do check out other Snacks uploaded on blog. 
Lets get going and see how this one is made. Step by step images given for reference below. I missed clicking image of adding rice flour. Kindly do add. 
  • 1 cup dosa batter 
  • 2 over ripe banana
  • 2 to 3 Tbsp rice flour (adjust to get a thick consistency)
  • A pinch of baking soda
  • 2 tsp sugar or more 
  • Oil for cooking 
  • Appe pan 
  1. Mash the bananas and add them into 1 cup dosa batter.
  2. Add in the sugar and baking soda and mix well. 
  3. Heat the appe pan and add in desired oil in each cavity of the appe pan 
  4. Spoon in the batter and cook one side. Turn over and cook the other side as well. 
Also check out other recipes to use over ripe bananas Here

  • You can avoid baking soda if you want to. Baking soda helps it make soft from inside. But if one wants to avoid you can 
  • You can also alternatively deep fry them, but it does soak up more oil than in appe pan. 


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