Bei Dosa handelt es sich um eine Art Pfannkuchen, der traditionell auf einer gusseisernen Platte zubereitet wird. Er besteht aus einem fermentierten Teig aus Reis und Urdbohnen, der auch für die ebenfalls beliebten Idli verwendet wird. Dosa wird meist zum Frühstück verzehrt. Serviert wird Dosa in der Regel mit Sambar (einer Soße auf Linsen- und Tamarindenbasis) und Chutney, typischerweise aus Kokosnuss.
Neben der einfachen Form existieren zahlreiche Dosa-Variationen. Zu den bekanntesten gehören Masala Dosa, der mit einer würzigen Kartoffelfüllung serviert wird, der besonders dünne und knusprige Paper Dosa und Rava Dosa, der im Gegensatz zu dem normalen Dosa aus Weizengrieß hergestellt wird. Ein ähnliches Gericht ist Uthappam, das aus dem gleichen Teig, aber als dickerer Fladen gebraten und meist mit Tomaten, Zwiebeln oder anderen Zutaten belegt wird.
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Where: N Grill Resto
Nalgonda, Hyderabad to Vijaywada Highway
Price: ₹79 + GST
Description: Sleepy stopover at the Highway and too hungry to wait for the 7 Food Court ?? - this is your stop! Neatly maintained place and speedy service coupled with fresh, warm food and a very beautiful view makes it an awesome stopover. The idli was soft and the vada crispy, the waiter even obliged and got us an extra bowl of sambar (because when is one bowl of sambar ever enough?!). And the best thing is you can order the quantity you want to have, I wanted 1 idli and 1 vada combination and that's what I got instead of having a couple idlis and then wasting it later. AND we got complementary jalebis - need I say anything more!
P.s. the bathrooms are well maintained, I know bathrooms can be such an issue while travelling.
Value for money: 4.5/5
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For the love of red, we present something truly delightful and too hard to resist. You hear them right when they say we eat with our eyes first. Here is something very presentable and unique. What is better than one? Two! Red and green go hand in hand and we cannot question that. So, we included spinach and beetroot in the form of idlis. Delight!
Spinach contains fibres and is extremely nutritious. It is a rich source of vitamin C, K, iron, calcium and folic acid. Iron helps create haemoglobin and calcium keeps your bone healthy and strong. Beetroots are great sources of vitamins and minerals like potassium, iron and vitamin C. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient which helps in improving skin health. Beetroots are known to lower down high blood pressure and they also build immunity. Rice is a good source of carbs which provide you ample amount of energy.
100 gm rice
6-7 leaves of spinach
1/2 beetroot (grated)
20 gm curd
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/4 tsp red chilli powder
Pinch of asafoetida
1/2 tsp coriander leaves
1/4 tsp black pepper (freshly grounded)
1/4 tsp olive oil
Salt to taste
Water as required
Course: Breakfast/ Lunch
Calories: 179 Kcal
Fats: 2.6 gm
Proteins: 5.2 gm
Carbs: 31.1 gm
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This was probably the most healthiest meal I have had after a long time.
We were doing a project with a startup that helps diabetics to get over the disease and makes an exclusive plan for every individual.
What I loved? from the snacks to the breakfast to everything was diet specific, healthy in-fact very healthy.
Few minutes before the conference was about to get over, they started setting up buffet and I saw Idli, Wada, Sandwich and Salads.
I was surprised to see that they started so healthy with multigrain biscuits etc etc etc. Per Idli, Dahi-Wada ye sab to nahi chalta hai na?
then came a voice "Before we start the lunch" I have to tell you guys about this special meal. ( from one of their team mate)
Idli- is different than normal idli quantity if rice is less than dal in the idli mixture. Idli tasted good but it was not spongy at all.
Dahi-Wada- They reduced rice from the mixture of wada here itself.
Wada tasted almost like the regular wada in fact even better.
Salads: Salad is my all time love ❤️ They gave us three kinda salads, that you see here.
All and All FUCK the taste. The plate you see here is super healthy. I had it, you too can have it at home.
Share this post to everyone who is diabetic and wants to eat healthy Idli, wada etc etc etc
Prevention is better than cure!! So hum sabhi agar jyadatar is tarah ka khaana khaaye to sab healthy rahenge, doctor k paas nahi jaana padega and trust me, It's YUMM!