POHA DOSA - Mrs Vahchef Published on Sep 17, 2015


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Mrs.Vahchef is very fond of cooking and her Recipes are very unique and fit for busy women specially working women Poha dosa recipe is an andhra speciality is also known as atukula dosa. INGREDIENTS: Rice 1 cup Flattened rice ½ cup Puffed rice ½ cup Green chillies 2-3 nos Ginger and garlic paste ½ tsp Salt To taste Onion(chopped) 1 nos Coriander leaves(chopped) 1 tsp Oil 1 tbs METHOD: 1. Soak rice for 2-3 hr to it add flattened rice, puffed rice, green chillies, ginger and garlic paste, salt and transfer into blender to make smooth fine dosa batter. 2. Heat dosa pan and pour one ladleful batter and spread dosa and sprinkle onions, coriander leaves, and cook it with little oil. 3. Transfer into serving plate. 4. Now slightly crispy and soft poha dosa is ready to serve.


  • Garima Patel
    Garima Patel2 years agokuch galtiya hr kisi se hoti ha.. samjhdaro k liye isara hi kafi ha..
  • Gunja Saxena
    Gunja Saxena3 years agoit's flattened rice not pressed rice
  • ravali sri
    ravali sri3 years agoIt's not pressed rice
  • Purna Cuddapa
    Purna Cuddapa3 years agoUse less saying " DEAR FRIENDS"
  • Komal Dhande
    Komal Dhande3 years agocan v use idli rava instead of rice???
  • Garima Patel
    Garima Patel2 years agoperfect n good recepi ☺
  • Bhargavi Nagaraj
    Bhargavi Nagaraj3 years agovery simple recipe i k definitely try small doubt so only thing we need to soak is rice 🌾 for 3 hrs after that we can just grind it right
  • Lucky DeSilva
    Lucky DeSilva4 months agoThank you so much darling. Love your channel.
  • Meenal Basarkar
    Meenal Basarkar2 years agopuffed rice is murmura n pressed rice is poha!
  • craftsandmore
    craftsandmore3 years agoAwesome!
  • Annappa Acharya
    Annappa Acharya2 years agoHi I liked your video, But i would like to know more about Charcoal tawa dosa recipe, If could tell me this it would be great....
  • Dwarakamai
    Dwarakamai2 years agoCan you give recipes containing more fiber in instant way ,millets ,mudi bhiyyam like these.please.
  • Nilanjana Shukla
    Nilanjana Shukla2 years agowaw so simle and testy
  • Hemant Trivedi
    Hemant Trivedi2 years agoif you are married to chef, you don't become a chef.
  • Bhavika Jain
    Bhavika Jain3 years agoThanks for the receipe Raghini !! I like watching your videos and trying them out .... You are very sweet !! Quick question .. Which poha to be used ? Thick or thin ?
  • MrspetloverUS
    MrspetloverUS2 years agoMam kurmura is puffed rice & poha is beaten or pressed rice
  • Sangita Shukla
    Sangita Shukla2 years agoWhat is pressed rice is it kurmura (in Bombay we call it mamra also, bhelwala's have it?
  • Annappa Acharya
    Annappa Acharya2 years agoFYI: I would like to start some small scale Dosa restaurant, especially Charcoal Type of Dosa and I was inspired one of the restaurant in Mumbai 5 years back. Pls help me in this regards.. I would appreciate your help.!
  • prescy gomes
    prescy gomes2 years agoI know you are from marathi medium
  • nalini m
    nalini m1 year agoToday's breakfast was poha dosa it was an instant hit.Very tasty and good texture.Thank you.

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