Dosas (As altered through Yuri)
2 cups jasmine rice (the recipe called for basmati, but I had jasmine)
1/2 cup Green Split peas (it called for Urad Dal, but I had none)
4 cups water
You need a large bowl, and a medium bowl. Start at nighttime!
In the large bowl, place the rice and 3 cups of water together. Cover and set somewhere warmish.
In the medium bowl, place the split peas and 1 cup of water, cover and also set somewhere warmish.
Leave them sitting there until the next afternoon.
First, open the rice. It should have absorbed quite a bit of water. Pour off any water that remains, and then dump the rice into a blender.
Begin to blend it, adding in a bit of water at a time to make it a batter like consistency. Place back into the large bowl.
Rinse out the blender, and repeat this process with the split peas, blending into a paste.
Add the split pea paste into the rice, and stir to combine.
Cover, and replace the bowl in a warm place until the next day, allowing it to ferment together.
The next evening, remove the cover, there should be a little film. Stir with a whisk to combine once more.
Spray a non-stick pan with some cooking spray, and fry like you would pancakes.
You can enjoy like that, OR, you can make my topping!
1 medium onion, diced
1 carrot, peeled with a peeler into strips.
1 tsp olive oil
Salt, Pepper, and dried chili pepper flakes
In a frying pan, heat up your olive oil.
Add in the onion dices, and your carrot peels, and sautee for a few minutes.
Spice with salt, pepper, and chili flakes.
As you cook your dosas, spread hummus on them, and then top with the sauteed veggies.
Stack a few like this.
Eat up with happiness!