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    Yereyappa Recipe: How To Make Sweet Dosa

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    Yereyappa is a traditional Karnataka-style sweet dish that hails from Udupi. It is also known as the sweet dosa and is prepared by grinding soaked rice and grated coconut and mixing it with jaaggeryjaggery syrup to form the batter. This batter is then made into a dosa.

    Yereyappa is an ideal snack for children, as it is sweet and fluffy. It is a South Indian version of a pancake and iscan be eaten just as is. However, you can add honey or maple syrup to go with it as extra flavouring. The yereyappa can also be deep fried in oil, making it extremely rich and heavy. In this recipe, we are making pancake -style dosas keeping it light and healthy.

    Sweet dosa or vellam dosa is a simple recipe that can be prepared in a jiffy, once the rice is soaked. It does not take too much of your kitchen time and is also a favourite among the children. If you would like to try this sweet recipe at home, continue reading the step-by-step procedure with images. Also, watch the video recipe with a detailed preparation method.

    YEREYAPPA VIDEO RECIPE

    yereyappa recipe
    YEREYAPPA RECIPE | HOW TO MAKE SWEET DOSA | VELLAM DOSA RECIPE | JAGGERY DOSA RECIPE
    Yereyappa Recipe | How To Make Sweet Dosa | Vellam Dosa Recipe | Jaggery Dosa Recipe
    Prep Time
    6 Hours
    Cook Time
    30M
    Total Time
    6 Hours 30 Mins

    Recipe By: Kavyashree S

    Recipe Type: Sweets

    Serves: 4

    Ingredients
    • Rice - ½ bowl

      Water - 1 cup

      Jaggery - 1 cup

      Grated coconut - 1 cup

      Cardamom powder - ¾th tsp

      Ghee - ½ cup

    Red Rice Kanda Poha
    How to Prepare
    • 1. Take rice in a bowl and pour three-quarter cup of water to it.

      2. Soak the rice overnight and drain the excess water once it is done.

      3. Add the soaked rice into a mixer jar.

      4. Add the grated coconut and grind it into a smooth paste.

      5. Transfer it into a bowl.

      6. Add jaggery into a heated pan.

      7. Immediately, add quarter cup of water.

      8. Allow the jaggery to dissolve completely and the syrup to boil.

      9. Add the jaggery syrup in the bowl with the mixture.

      10. Add cardamom powder and mix thoroughly into a smooth batter.

      11. Add quarter tablespoon of ghee in a heated pan.

      12. Pour the batter on it to form a round shape like a thick dosa or pancake.

      13. Once it turns light brown underneath, flip it over to cook it on the other side.

      14. Once done, take it off the stove and serve hot.

    Instructions
    • 1. Make sure you drain the water from the soaked rice before grinding it.
    • 2. The batter must be a little more thick than a dosa batter.
    • 3. The rice must be soaked overnight to get good dosas.
    • 4. Some people prefer to deep fry the batter rather than making it into a dosa.
    Nutritional Information
    • Serving Size - 2 pieces
    • Calories - 149 cal
    • Fat - 5 g
    • Protein - 3 g
    • Carbohydrates - 22 g
    • Sugar - 2.8 g
    • Fibre - 1 g

    STEP BY STEP - HOW TO MAKE YEREYAPPA

    1. Take rice in a bowl and pour three-quarter cup of water to it.

    yereyappa recipe
    yereyappa recipe

    2. Soak the rice overnight and drain the excess water once it is done.

    yereyappa recipe

    3. Add the soaked rice into a mixer jar.

    yereyappa recipe

    4. Add the grated coconut and grind it into a smooth paste.

    yereyappa recipe
    yereyappa recipe

    5. Transfer it into a bowl.

    yereyappa recipe

    6. Add jaggery into a heated pan.

    yereyappa recipe

    7. Immediately, add quarter cup of water.

    yereyappa recipe

    8. Allow the jaggery to dissolve completely and the syrup to boil.

    yereyappa recipe

    9. Add the jaggery syrup in the bowl with the mixture.

    yereyappa recipe

    10. Add cardamom powder and mix thoroughly into a smooth batter.

    yereyappa recipe

    11. Add quarter tablespoon of ghee in a heated pan.

    yereyappa recipe

    12. Pour the batter on it to form a round shape like a thick dosa or pancake.

    yereyappa recipe

    13. Once it turns light brown underneath, flip it over to cook it on the other side.

    yereyappa recipe
    yereyappa recipe

    14. Once done, take it off the stove and serve hot.

    yereyappa recipe
    yereyappa recipe
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