Thursday, October 12, 2017

Mudakathan Keerai Dosa / Balloon vine dosa



Mudakathan keerai dosa
Mudakathan Keerai dosa


Mudakathan keerai (Balloon vine in English) is famous in Tamil Nadu for it's use in treating joint pain. My mom once made Mudakathan keerai dosa at home, but that time I didn't know about its medicinal benefits. It was just a dosai to me.

When my husband said, Mudakathan keerai has emerged itself in the farm after frequent rains, the name striked my mind and reminded me of the dosa my mom used to make. When I googled for its health benefits, I was surprised from the facts that it treats joint pain, arthiritis, dandruff, cold and cough. It also strengthens the bone. As my FIL has joint pain, thought of incorporating this keerai to our diet. My first attempt is this Mudakathan keerai dosa. I thought grinding keerai along with the soaked rice while making batter will leave a raw smell of keerai in dosa, but it didn't. Dosa came out with a new flavor. Everyone at home liked it especially my son was so happy to eat a green color dosa. He liked it very much.

I also made Mudakathan keerai rasam, it also tasted good. It tastes more like Thoothuvalai rasam. Will soon post the recipe of Mudakathan keerai rasam.

Try out this Mudakathan Keerai dosa at your home and share your feedback in the comments section below.


Ingredients (makes around 20 - 25 dosa)


Idli rice - 2 cups [ 1 cup size = 240 ml ]
urad dal - 3 tablespoon
fenugreek seeds - 1 teaspoon
salt - as needed
Mudakathan keerai - 3 cups (tightly packed)


Method:


  • soak idli rice, urad dal and fenugreek seeds for minimum 3 hours or soak overnight. 
  • wash the mudakathan keerai well
  • grind the keerai along with soaked idli rice, urad dal and fenugreek seeds
  • add salt 
  • grind it to a smooth paste
  • batter should be little thinner than the regular dosa batter
  • allow it to ferment for minimum 8 hours
  • once it is fermented, heat the dosa pan
  • take a ladle of mudakathan keerai dosa batter and spread it to a thin dosa
  • if you cook covered, then no need to flip the dosa.
  • serve this crispy mudakathan dosa with a hot chutney. I served it with garlic chutney. 
  • Garlic chutney recipe: http://www.ennillam.com/2017/09/garlic-chutney-poondu-chutney.html


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