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Samak Dosa Recipe | Samo Rice Dosa Recipe | Samavat Rice Dosa For Vrat

Posted By: Pooja Gupta

Samak Dosa is the most easy and low-calorie dish that can be prepared and savoured during fasting during the Navratri time. The Dosa is made from Samak Ke Chawal, which is a kind of rice that can be eaten during fasts.

Chef Ashwani Kumar shares an easy recipe with us of the samo rice dosa. You can combine potatoes filling or veggies with the same.

Samak Dosa Recipe | Samo Rice Dosa Recipe | Samavat Rice Dosa For Vrat | Vrat Ka Dosa Recipe
Prep Time
20 Mins
Cook Time
Total Time
35 Mins

Recipe By: Chef Ashwani Kumar

Recipe Type: Main Course

Serves: 4

  • For Dosa:

    Samak ka chawal - 1 cup

    Singhare ka atta - 3 tbsp

    Sendha namak - to taste

    Ghee for frying

    For Stuffing:

    Boiled potatoes (mashed) - 2

    Desi ghee - 2 tbsp

    Sendha namak - to taste

    Whole red chillies - 2

    Turmeric powder - ½ tsp

    Cumin seed - 1 tsp

    Ginger (chopped) - 1 tbsp

    Green chillies (chopped) - 1 tsp

    Coriander (chopped) - 1 tbsp

Red Rice Kanda Poha
How to Prepare
    1. Soak samak ke chawal for 15-20 minutes.
    2. Drain and make a rough batter (not very fine).
    3. Now, mix singhare ka atta to the prepared batter and keep it aside for 30 minutes at room temperature.
    4. Soak and grind the chillies with a little water to make it into a fine paste.
    5. Heat ghee in a frying pan, add cumin seeds. When it crackles, put in the chopped ginger and green chillies.
    6. Add crushed boiled potatoes and fry nicely.
    7. Add turmeric powder, red chilli paste and sendha namak.
    8. Add chopped coriander.
    9. Remove and keep it aside.
    10. Now, heat a non-stick pan. Grease it.
    11. Pour a ladle full of dosa batter in the centre of the pan and spread it evenly like a round disc - with the help of the ladle.
    12. Drizzle oil and let it cook
    13. Put the prepared potato masala in the centre of the dosa and flip half and fold the dosa in a half moon shape and serve hot with coconut and peanut chutney.
  • 1. If you are not preparing the dosa for the vrat, you can use regular salt instead of rock salt.
  • 2. You can also add onions and garlic if it is not prepared during festive seasons.
Nutritional Information
  • Serving size - 1 dosa
  • Calories - 83 cal
  • Fat - 2 g
  • Protein - 2 g
  • Carbohydrates - 14 g
  • Sugar - 1 g
  • Dietary fibre - 2 g
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Story first published: Monday, September 25, 2017, 18:00 [IST]
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