Preparation time- 1 day
cooking Time- 20-30min.
·          Rice-3 cup
·         Poha-3/4 cup
·         Urad daal-1/4 cup
·         methidana- 1tsp
·         curd- 3/4 cup
·         Water- approx 1.5 cup
·         Soda bi carb- 1/2 tsp
·         Salt- to taste

1.    Wash rice and urad daal well.
2.     Take  a bowl mix rice, urad daal, methi Dana and poha and soak in enough water for  5-6 hour.
3.    Mix together curd and water  and mix well.
4.    Drain water from the soaked daal rice mixture and then grind the soaked ingredients with curd mixture to make a smooth batter of pouring consistency.
5.    Add salt and soda  in the mixture and mix well.
6.    Cover and let it ferment overnight or for approx 8 hours.
1.    Heat a heavy flat nonstick tawa.
2.    Wipe it with a cloth dipped in little water and few drops of oil.
3.    Now pour 2 ladles of batter on the hot tawa.
4.    Let it spread by itself like a thick pancake, no need to spread with the ladle .
5.    Let it cook on medium heat then drizzle some oil on it and on the sides and let it cook for around   2 min.
6.     Then turn the side and cook it just for a minute, no need to cook further.

7.      Now Poha dosa is ready. Serve hot with tomato chutney, coconut chutney and sambhar.


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