Monday, March 11, 2013

Dosa n Dry Fruit Truffle Sandwich

Many of you know that my Dear Kuttu is a Dosa Master. He loves Dosa so much, that anything stuffed inside but looks like dosa, will be accepted immediately. When it comes to dry fruits, he loves almond and cashews, Walnuts are ok if they are not bitter, But Dates, a big No, No!!! So sometimes, what i do is making a ladoo/ladoo like with all the dry fruits. So, for this Week BM Theme, i thought of sneaking that Delicious Dry Fruit Truffle into his Dosa and Make it a Dosa Sandwich!!! Sandwich Vanished, Mommy Wins!!! :)
Ingredients
1 Cup Dosa Batter
2-3 tsp Gingely Oil/Ghee for the dosa
Honey for drizzling on the sandwich

Dry Fruit Truffle
6 nos Seedless Dates
6 nos each Almonds, Walnuts and Cashewnuts
One Green Cardamom
Method
For the Truffle
  • Take all the ingredients given under "Truffle" in a Mixer and Pulse for few minutes. This would turn them into a Soft Pilable Dough.
  • Turn them out on a plate and make small patties out of it. Keep aside until use.I got about seven Mini patties for the above ingredients
Making the Dosa
  • Heat a Non-stick pan, When the pan is ready,Take half laddle of batter and pour two small Coin-sized dosa's on the pan. At a time, i cooked 4 Small Dosa's.
  • Drizzle with Gingely oil/ghee.Cook on one side, Flip and Cook on the other side. Repeat the same with the remaining batter. 

Assembling the sandwich
  • Place a Truffle Patty on a Dosa and close with another. 
  • Drizzle some Honey and Serve Immediately. 

24 comments:

  1. Omg, Priya chance'e illa, see how beautifully u have done that dry fruit truffle, even mines are like kuttus if its dates obviously they says no..Have to make ur truffles to feed them..

    Btw dosa sandwich simply rocks dear.

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  2. very innovative and interesting Priya,looks delicious and tempting...

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  3. Wow, that sure looks amazing, very nice idea.

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  4. Dry fruits sandwich looks so delicious.... :-)

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  5. Beautiful presentation. Sweet sandwich should be a swell. :)

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  6. This looks so so yummy! Love the clicks :)

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  7. good idea, must be yummy, it is better than stuffing in pancakes

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  8. lovely and innovative recipe with an awesome presentation.

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  9. haha! very interesting idea indeed. smart idea to get your dosa master to eat dry fruits!

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  10. That is one blast of an idea!! Never imagined dry fruit sandwiched in dosas :)

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  11. I had to actually shake myself...ha ha..cant imagine this!!..what a way to sneak dry fruits..good one!!

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  12. No doubt that's surely a winner..poor kuttu getting convinced!..:)

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  13. Nice idea. One of little one don't like to eat nuts. Hope this will be nice idea.

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  14. Love the idea of making truffles! The recipe is so easy and kids would love it.

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  15. What an innovative combination.. lovely..

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  16. My kiddo stopped eating dates all of a sudden and she loves dosas,esp teh stuffed one.Got to try this on her:)

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  17. Very nice idea Priya. The truffle looks nutritious and apt for kiddos..

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  18. Nice idea Priya. Looks so cute and delicious

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  19. omg....the pics make me drool....love it

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  20. That's a healthy filling for those cute little dosa s wondrful one.

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  21. OMG... they look so good and so irresistible..
    Sowmya
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  22. This is a genius sandwich.. So healthy & nutritious.. Looks delicious!!

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