Want to know how to make Dosa Pizza???

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I usually grind dosa batter at home almost every week. I always have some batter left over from previous weeks . I will end up making dosa for myself with it and still there will be some left. The only other dish I sometimes make with it is “Kuzhi Panigaram” . Even that is also not  interesting to my family members and I end up eating it .Very rarely I will throw away the old batter if it becomes very sour.

Few months back I tried to make  Dosa Pizza , it was not welcomed that much since it tasted like uthappam with cheese and the base was soggy. I was always in search of a very good recipe on how to make pizza with dosa base. The irony of life is when you search very hard for something you dont get it immediately. Last weekend, you tube suggested a video for me to watch. Believe me this is the first time I am watching this cook show “Cooking with Venkatesh Bhatt”.Guess what the show was about ??? It was “How to make Dosa Pizza”. The trick is to make thick dosa’s and cool it and then on low flame add the tomato sauce and the toppings and cheese and cover it. This tasted very good and the crust was similar to general pizza crust when eaten hot. Last Monday when my kids were home I made this and it was a superb hit. Now I have another problem to face they dont want normal dosas anymore :). But this is a good way to finish the left over batter and at the same time you can give kids a healthier version of pizza. Watch the video to know how it is made.Have a wonderful weekend and stay tuned 🙂