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Punugulu - 2

Do you have left over Dosa batter sitting in your refrigerator and you are not in a mood to eat dosa? No worries..Here is a simple dish which can be served as breakfast or snack...Give it a try :)
2 cups Dosa batter
3 tbsp sooji(Upma ravva)
2 tbsp rice flour
1 tsp cumin seeds
4 green chillies chopped real fine
1/2 onion chopped real fine
handful of coriander leaves chopped real fine
Salt per taste
couple of pinches of baking soda(may be 1/8th tsp)
Oil for deep frying

In a bowl mix all the ingredients except for oil. The batter should be thick. Line a plate with paper towels. Heat oil in a kadai or thick bottomed sauce pan. Take a small amount of batter, form into a ball and drop gently into hot oil and fry till golden brown.
Take them out and drain them on a paper towel. Serve hot with any kind of chutney. I made Pudina chutney to go with these yummy snacks..Enjoy!!
You can add more sooji and rice flour if you want to thicken the batter but do not let them over power the batter.


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