Who doesn’t love a good dosa? Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or an evening snack, nothing quite matches the feeling of chomping down on a hot, crispy, golden-brown dosa. Getting there though, that’s the hard part.

It’s not always easy to make delicious dosa. It is a fine art in itself. The batter needs to be of very good quality for the dosa to be just right. Easier said than done, when cooking, right? To cook your dosa perfecty, consistency of the batter is key.

To get that consistency just right, you need to keep a balance. This means that the dosa batter should neither be too thick, nor should the dosa be spread too thin. With some patience and practice, you can quickly master this rule.

Ideally, the batter should be in a custard-like condition. This can be done by making sure the ratio of ingredients in the batter is just right. If the batter gets too runny, add semolina or rice flour to help better the consistency.

If you want to make delicious dosa the easy way, give iD Fresh Food’s Dosa Batter a try.

Whether it’s delicious and crispy, golden-brown dosa or delicate bite-sized idlies, iD Fresh Food’s Idly-Dosa Batter has got you covered. It is all-natural and free of preservatives. Every packet is made with the freshest of ingredients and goes through stringent manufacturing processes to give you some much-needed dose of health.

The secret to making the perfect idli or dosa is passed down from one generation to the next. With iD, it just got a whole lot easier without losing the magic of the age-old tradition.

How to use:

Wash the pack before you use the batter.
Cut open the pack and add salt if required. The batter is only mildly salted.
If you are making idlies, directly scoop the batter out and pour it into the idli steamer. Stir the batter before pouring it into the moulds of the idli steamer for the softest idlies.
If you are making dosas, add some water to dilute the batter. After dilution, the batter can no longer be used to make idlies.
To make the perfect dosa, stir the batter before pouring it out on the pan and spreading it.
Serve hot with an accompaniment of your choice.

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