Traditional Karthigai Adai | Karthigai Deepam Adai dosai

Traditional Karthigai Adai | Karthigai Deepam Adai Dosai


Traditional Karthigai adai


Karthigai Adai is a very traditional , healthy and tasty South Indian Adai dosa variety made with combination of two rice varieties and four dal varieties ground together along with
pepper, cumin seeds,red chillies, salt and curry leaves.  This karthigai adai is very similar to our regular adai dosai but the only difference is that we don't add pepper and cumin seeds for regular adai ,moreover we don't add onions for Karthigai adai. This karthigai adai is served as neivedanam during Karthigai Deepam festival along with Karthigai Pori and Appam.Check out how to make the traditional Karthigai adai recipe below.


Ingredients-

Raw rice- 1/2 cup
Parboiled idli rice- 1/2 cup
Toor dal -1/2 cup
Bengal gram dal- 1/2 cup
Green gram dal- 1/2 cup
Urad dal- 1/4 cup
Cumin seeds- 1 Tbsp
Pepper-1 Tbsp
Red chillies- 4-6 nos
Salt
Asafoetida-1/4 tsp
Curry leaves few
Oil as required

Recipe Video


Method-

1.Wash and soak the rice and dals together for 2 hours.




2.Drain water and grind to coarse  and thick batter along with red chillies,cumin seeds,pepper and salt.
(Note-first grind the spices and then add the rice and dal mixture).
(Note- sprinkle water for grinding if needed).







3.Heat dosa tawa and pour a laddle full of batter on to it and spread gently to thick dosa shapes.


 4.Drizzle oil on top allow it to cook on one side until golden brown colour and then flip the dosa and cook on other side as well.



5.Serve with jaggery ,butter or coconut chutney.




Preparation Time-2 hours for soaking and 30 mins for cooking
Yield-12-14 adais depending on size

Note-
Use very less quantity of urad dal or you can avoid it completely because it will ferment the batter very quickly and will change the flavour of the adai.
Use the adai batter immediately after grinding.
We do not add onions for this adai if you are keeping it for neivedanam.

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