Palak - Paneer Neer Dosa

Ingredients
Rice: 1 Cup
Thick Poha: 1 Cup
Shredded Paneer: 1/2 Cup
Spinach Puree: 1 Cup
Green Chillies: 3-4
Chopped Coriander Leaves: 2 tbsp
Salt to Taste
Oil

Procedure
1. Soak rice & poha together for 2-3 hours.
2. Grind poha, rice, green chillies, paneer, salt to a fine batter. If you want you can add paneer later.
3. Then add spinach puree and coriander leaves. Mix the batter well.
4. Heat tava / griddle. Pour 1 tsp of oil. Then pour a ladle full of batter on tava. Spread it round evenly but slightly thick in size. Pour some oil around the edges.


5. Serve hot with any type of chutney or sambar.

Notes
1. Instead of palak puree you can use any other puree like carrot, tomato.
2. You can also use finely chopped methi leaves.
3. This dosa is very healthy and I am sure your kids will also love this colorful dosa.

This is my entry for Manasi's WBB Balanced Breakfast Meals and Srivalli's Dosa Mela

27 comments:

Vanamala said...

Neat decoration :) will try it for my little son. Yummy dosa

Mansi Desai said...

That looks colorful and healthy Trupti! thanks for sending them over for WBB:)

Divya Vikram said...

That is a healthy breakfast..Will try them for sure

Trupti said...

Thank you Vanmala. Yes, you can try this healthy dosa for your son.

Thank you Mansi.

Yes divya..this is very healthy recipe. If you are in hurry you can use rice flour instead of rice.

Namratha said...

This is a very interesting combination of dosa and palak paneer, the first I've seen, good one!

Dhivya said...

innovative idea..love the pics ....dish looks yummy too

Vani said...

Nice way to incorporate greens in a dish! And easy to make too. Nice one!

Red Chillies said...

Very nice and healthy dosa. I liked the idea of adding paneer to the dosa.

Cham said...

Beautiful presentation & creation :)

sashith said...

healthy n creative breakfast......nice dosa

sowmya said...

great idea and very creative in playing with the ingredients... lovely

kamala said...

Nice presentation and a good healthy dish with greens.thanks for dropping in my blog

Uma said...

Lovely Dosa, Trupti! Great entry for the dosa event.

Saswati said...

hey Trupti that's areal neat and healthy recipe!!

Bharathy said...

Healthy,Creative and a nice recipe to share!Love the way you have presented too :)

Laavanya said...

Nice presentation Trupti and what a unique recipe - great idea.. :)

Trupti said...

Thank you Namratha, Dhivya, Vani, Red Chillies, Cham, Sashith, Sowmya, Kamala, Uma, Saswati, Bharathy, Laavanya. I am glad that you all like this recipe.

Asha said...

This dosa looks divine, beautiful T!:))

ANJALI J. said...

i loved this recipe.. its different.. and thanks for the compliments :D

TBC said...

What a lovely dosa!

srivalli said...

Trupti..that plate looks so wonderful...thanks for the lovely dosa!

Kalai said...

Awesome idea!! I love the color, too. Nice entry! :)

Nandita said...

that is an amazing combination indeed...am glad to see you blog, esp the traditional Maharashtrian recipes...will be exploring your archives :)

Trupti said...

Thank you all for all your nice compliments.

Suvasini said...

Lovely healthy snack Trupti...

sudha prakash said...

Looks fatabouls..trupti i like to know if the rice is raw or parboiled that we need to use..

Trupti said...

Thanks Sudha. I used raw rice.