How to Make Soyi Polo | Neer Dosa | Breakfast Recipes By, 2015-10-23 How to Make Soyi Polo | Neer Dosa | Breakfast Recipes Discover How to prepare Soyi Polo by following simple steps here. Have the dosa with coconut chutney or with any other homemade chutney that is tangy in taste. Prep Time: 15min Cook time: 10min Ingredients: 2 fillets1 cup,1¾ cup grated,Saltto taste,1Chili,½ teaspoonCumin seeds,FewOil, Instructions: Soak rice in water for the whole night Add grated coconut and salt to it Blend them to smooth batter Add chopped chili and cumin seeds to it Place a pan or tawa on flame Add oil to it and pour batter on the pan Cover the dosa with plate and cook it for sometime It has to be cooked only one side When the dosa is cooked on one side, remove it on plate and continue the same process with remaining batter As grated coconut is used, there is chance of sticking the coconut to the pan. So make sure to apply oil before pouring the batter on pan. If you do not want the coconut sticking to the pan, apply oil to the pan and keep it overnight. Then you can get better and excellent dosa without sticking. Also try the Karnataka Special Neer Dosa that is simple with few extra ingredients to the above ingredients. Importance of Eating Breakfast -Neelima

How to make Soyi Polo Recipe

How to make Soyi Polo Recipe

Try this different breakfast Soyi Polo Recipe – a common breakfast in North Canara. This is also called as Neer Dosa in Kannada but they add extra ingredients to prepare the dosa. Prepare the dosa using cast iron tava as it tastes excellent with such pans.

Ingredients

  • 2 fillets1 cup
  • 1¾ cup grated
  • Saltto taste
  • 1Chili
  • ½ teaspoonCumin seeds
  • FewOil

Directions

  • Soak rice in water for the whole night
  • Add grated coconut and salt to it
  • Blend them to smooth batter
  • Add chopped chili and cumin seeds to it
  • Place a pan or tawa on flame
  • Add oil to it and pour batter on the pan
  • Cover the dosa with plate and cook it for sometime
  • It has to be cooked only one side
  • When the dosa is cooked on one side, remove it on plate and continue the same process with remaining batter
  • As grated coconut is used, there is chance of sticking the coconut to the pan. So make sure to apply oil before pouring the batter on pan.

If you do not want the coconut sticking to the pan, apply oil to the pan and keep it overnight. Then you can get better and excellent dosa without sticking. Also try the Karnataka Special Neer Dosa that is simple with few extra ingredients to the above ingredients.

Importance of Eating Breakfast

-Neelima

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