Wheat Dosa with Sweet Coconut Filling

A simple and easy to make dish to satisfy sweet craving.

In Karnataka, Neer dosa (made of rice) with sweetened coconut is served in many restaurants. Here is a wheat version that is very easy to make at home.

For batter:
Whole wheat atta – 1 cup
Water – 1-1/2 cup
A pinch of salt

For sweet filling:
Grated coconut – 2 cups
Grated jaggery – 4-5 tbsp (adjust to taste)
Elaichi powder – a pinch

For dosa:
Coconut oil/ghee – 1 tsp

Mix grated coconut, scraped jaggery, elaichi powder together and mix well. Keep aside for half an hour.

Add water and a pinch of salt to the wheat flour and mix it to make a batter of dosa batter consistency.

Heat a tawa and make thin dosas/crepes. Smear a little ghee/oil and cook on both sides. When both sides are done, transfer from the tawa to a plate and spread sweet coconut filling on the side up, roll, cut, and serve.

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