Red Rice Banana Dosa (Sweet)

Dr Sangeeth Somanadhap...

Natural Healing Advisor

01:30 PM | 21-08-2019
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings
3 servings

This red rice banana dosa is a regional recipe or cusines of India.

Red rice has various nutrional benefits, namely, rich infibre,antioxidants, phytonutrients, phytochemicals, Vitamin E, protein, iron, and other nutrients.

Jaggery is known to enhance enhance secretion of digestive enzymes, increase immunity, prevent constipation, detoxify the body, eases menstrual cramps in women, prevent anaemia and joint pain

Green banana is rich in starch, fibre, prevent constipation by enhancing the intestinal movements of food particles, reduce weight, prevent stomach ailments and enhance the health of the heart.

Little yellow banana is known to boost digestive functions and enhance health of heart due to their fiber and antioxidant content. They may even aid weight loss, as they're relatively low-calorie and nutrient-dense.

Fresh coconut gratings are good in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties and known to contain medium chained fatty acids that are safer when compared to fatty acids of animal sources.

Cardomom has anti-carcinogenic properties, diuretic, anti-inflammatory properties, enhance digestion and prevent ulcers. It also removes bad breath from the mouth.

 

Ingredients

  • 2 well riped green banana or 3 yellow banana ( yellow banana is available in some states like North east, West Bengal and Most of South India )
  • 1 cup grated jaggery
  • 2 cups of red rice powder
  • 1 cup grated coconut
  • 2-3 cups of water
  • 2-3 cardamom

Method

  1. Take the red rice flour in a bowl, add coconut, smash banana with hands and then pour the water over it and mix well. Mix well to a semi-solid consistency.
  2. Add grated coconut and cardamom. Mix everything.
  3. Leave the mixture for 20 minutes.
  4. Heat a tava (if cast iron tava is used it gives very nice crispiness to dosa.Oil may be used minimally to avoid sticking to the tava).
  5. Then spread a half-inch thick layer of the mixture on the tava with your fingers (Dip the fingers in water before handling the mixture to make it easier to spread).
  6. Cover the tava and let it cook, after a couple of minutes, turn it upside down and cook on other side.
  7. Serve hot.

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