Before I could begin, I have to thank Archana of The Mad Scientists kitchen for this recipe. During one of the conversations she suggested to a friend why don't you serve "Scrambled Dosa", if your dosas do not turn out properly!. That was the inspiration for today's post. I scrambled my perfectly round dosas and spiced it up with our beloved south Indian spices. It was absolutely delicious. A small variation to the most popular breakfast in the subcontinent.
Everyone loves Dosa and this recipe can be adjusted based on to whom it is served. If it is for kids, you can reduce the spice and throw in lots of veggie goodness. If it is for the grown-ups use all the spices in your pantry and it is a treat.
Dosa Scramble | Dosa Bhurji
Scrambled dosa spiced up with Milagai podi!
Prep Time: 10 Mins | Cook Time: 30 Mins | Total Time: 40 Mins | Serves: 2
This post is for Blogging Marathon 62 under the theme "Bhurji". Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 62 here.
What what an idea...trust Arch to live up to her name..and you for creating such beautiful picture for us to always remember..one would have never thought of doing this with dosas...very nice..this is what I love best abt our group..I throw random challenges, everybody comes out with flying colours!..in this case scattered bits to perfection..lol
ah ! I think this was for my dosas :)) what an idea to live it out, Thank u Arch and Now, Nisha 🙂 any leftover dosas would be used up !
Pavani N says
Very interesting bhurji recipe Nisha. It sounds delicious.
Amara Annapaneni says
Interesting dish, I would prefer dosa over idli for the podi. Will sure try.
Sandhya Ramakrishnan says
Oh my! This is perfect with the left over dosai. I am going to deliberately make extra dosai to make this 🙂
Nice way to use up leftover dosa or not so perfect dosa. Nice recipe.
Gayathri Kumar says
Looks so delicious.
Archana Potdar says
Nisha I must say I had forgotten the conversation but thanks for the credits. I will prefer the dosa a lot more :D.Its yum.
Sapana Behl says
Dosa bhurji looks tempting and sounds very filling too.
Priya Suresh says
Thats really brilliant to serve dosas this way, excellent bhurji Nisha..Well done.
Suma Gandlur says
This would make a great treat if one ends up with left over dosas. I think I would prefer it to over podium idlis. 🙂
Similar to idli upma or podi idli...well, I am going to make this for brunch tomorrow.
Scrambled dosa looks interesting! Must have tasted yummy.