maggie masala dosa
Dosa is a perfect healthy and filling breakfast or even as a snacks.You can always keep some dosa batter ready and handy in a refrigerator,so whenever required you can some quick dosa or idlis for your family.Normally,my kids don’t like idli’s, they like dosa.But I was quiet fed up of making same dosa for them like oats ,bread and plain dosa.So today, I thought of giving a twist to our normal dosa and made dosa by adding some maggi masala noodles filling loaded with full cheese. This Maggi cheesy dosa is delicious and has an amazing aroma.
It really turned out good and yummy , they just couldn’t stop eating. I was quiet happy with my experiments as i also tried making cheesy sandwich dosa and aloo masala cheese dosa.
Check out this recipe , video shared on you tube.
Preparation time : 10 mins
cooking time : 5 mins
Serves : 2
1 bowl dosa batter / rice /rava/oats/any dosa batter
1 small packet of maggi masala noodles
1/2 cup boiled corn
1 tsp pepper powder
1 tbsp tomato ketchup
¼ cup grated cheese, like cheddar or any other melting cheese
oil as required
salt as required
Directions || How to make Maggi cheese dosa
Take a pan and make Maggi masala noodles,keep it aside once done.
Add dosa to the set dosa batter and mix well.
Heat griddle or dosa pan/tava , sprinkle some water and wipe it off gently using a tissue(this helps to remove dosa quicklyavoiding to stick)
Pour a ladleful of the batter on griddle and spread the batter gently in circular motion.
Spread some butter over it , allow it to melt over dosa
Now spread prepared maggie noodles all over the dosa.
Top it with some boiled sweet corn
also spread tomato ketchup all over and spread it evenly,
now sprinkle some pepper powder.
sprinkle shredded cheese all over the dosa.
Lastly fold the dosa and slightly press uniformly so that it gets sticked.
Flip the other side and cook for a minute so that cheese melts.
Maggie cheese dosa is ready to be served , You can also serve by cutting into triangle shape.
Serve hot with any peanut or coconut or tomato chutney or even ketchup.