Cone dosa, also known as rocket dosa in some restaurants. Let's see how to make a mini in this post with stepwise photos & video.
Kids are always fascinated by shapes. So is Aj. Triangle paratha, square paratha, cone dosa, mini idli, mini poori are few of his routine demands.
When I posted tiffin sambar recipe, I had few requests from friends and readers to do a tutorial how to make cone dosa, so here it is at last, with a video to help understand easily.
How to make cone Dosa
Refer this post for Idli dosa Batter recipe and how to make Crispy Plain dosa
- Make thin dosa as we do for making plain roast dosa, do not flip, since the dosa is thin, it will get cooked. Cook in medium flame to make sure its crisp. Once started browning, use a clean kitchen scissors to cut the dosa until the middle of the dosa.
2. Using a tong or ur hands, carefully roll the dosa as show in the picture or please refer the video.
3. Doing over the tawa itself saves time and easy to roll and maintains the shape as well. But the dosa has to be crisp enough to hold the shape.
- Make the idli dosa batter thinner with 3-4 tablespoon of water to get thin roast dosa.
- If the dosa comes out crispy then only you can make it hold the shape.
- Use oil or ghee while cooking to get crispier dosa.
- You can use your dosa flipping spatula itself to cut the dosa.
Enjoy hot with chutney or sambar 🙂
How to make cone Dosa
- Make thin dosa as we do for making plain roast dosa, do not flip, since the dosa is thin, it will get cooked.
- Cook in medium flame to make sure its crisp. Once started browning, use a clean kitchen scissors to cut the dosa until the middle of the dosa.
- Using a tong or your hands, carefully roll the dosa as show in the picture or please refer the video.
- Doing over the tawa itself saves time and easy to roll and maintains the shape as well. But the dosa has to be crisp enough to hold the shape.
- Make the idli dosa batter thinner with 3-4 tablespoon of water to get thin roast dosa.If the dosa comes out crispy then only you can make it hold the shape.
- Use oil or ghee while cooking to get crispier dosa.You can use your dosa flipping spatula itself to cut the dosa.
wow i loved it !!!!gr8 one
nice video Raks
lovely cone dosa... till now i do not know, they will cut and make a cone... great dear...
enna azhagu enna azhagu...grt
perfect...wish I could make it like this someday...lovely video too.
Lovely recipe..looks perfect and yummy...
loved reading this post 🙂
I had the same for breakfast 2day..I always love to make cone dosa..
Very cool. Will try for my daughter.
love your first picture. BTW, cutting with scissors?? I do it with dosa spoon itself.
Very cute looking dosa. Would try this one out soon.
What an idea, sirji!
Btw, to introduce myself - I'm a great (and quiet) fan of your site and super dishes since a few months now.
Tried a few, some successful 🙂 some not 🙁
So thanks again.
lovely cone dosa.nice clicks
Wow thanks for recipe ..... the varied recipes you post has made me crave now my lazy bones wants to try this i shall try this definitely...
I have been visiting your site regularly and become a fan of your dishes.. Thank you for such a wonderful recipes.Keep posting..-Esther
vey nice and interesting........
Lovely idea of cone dosa. A must try recipe. Yummy and crispy....
Nice demo for cone dosa, can you pls share with us from where you got your dosa tawa, I'm trying to get one, but mostly it's concave in the centre...unlike yours!
This is tempting 🙂
Its bought at Karaikudi... 🙂
I too do that and FYI I have already mentioned that in the Notes sections(last tip). To make it easy in the video I did that with a kitchen scissors! 🙂
Super perfect... My kid will always love this...
Lovely video Raji..Dosa is always a regular at my home but somehow it never crossed my mind to make this cone shape for my kiddo, but as soon as I saw this video I made it immediately for her and she was quite delighted to see the cone dosa..thanks for the hit idea.
wow...fabulous dosas!!!! sure to attract kids & adults alike!!!
After seeing video, WOW!!! Good job. Love the shape.
my aunt used to make this when I was young to make me eat more dosas 🙂 She sometimes used to place a small cube of salted butter at the tip of the cone which would melt slowly and taste awesome. You can try that for kids 🙂
What kind of Tawa do you use? It looks like Cast iron- or is it no stick. It looks ideal for dosa being flat.
Thanks Raji; is there any specific name or shop where I can get this!
HI, your recipes are awesome......i keep revisiting your blog and i m never disappointed...:)
I love this Dosa recipe. Dosa are my favorite and I love to try different Dosa. This Dosa is refreshingly new.
I am going to try this. Can't wait to try it. thank you for shearing your post. Regards, Dosa
hey, thanks for sharing all the recipes. your recipes are awesome! and work very well.
hey.. thanks for sharing all the recipes.. your recipes are awesome and work very well!
I was after this and found it , my kids love food with interesting shapes and sizes. I will try this soon. Thank you for sharing these beautiful tips.
I tried this today and it came out perfect! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
I tried this today and it came out perfect! Thank you! 🙂
I tried this first in my uncle's house.. you shud hve seen the admiring looks I was getting.. 🙂 taught them and tried at my home too.. All credits to you..
You really rock..... ur recipes are too good ... n easy to do....nice job keep it up.....:)
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