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Karnataka’s Jackfruit Dosa

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Adjust Servings:
20 jackfruit pieces – seeds removed and set aside
½ cup rice – washed and soaked in water
¼ cup jaggery powder
A bit more than ¼ cup grated coconut
½ tsp Salt
3 cardamoms
Ghee or oil for dosa
Iron Skillet

Nutritional information

731.1 g
59.51 g
39.29 g
1429 mg
2 mg

Karnataka’s Jackfruit Dosa

  • Veg
  • 1 hr 15 mins
  • Serves 6
  • Easy



Indian dosa is one of the most iconic food items in the world. It is a bit of a compromise between a traditional western doughnut and a fritter. The Karnataka Jackfruit dosa puts a new and interesting twist on this classic food dish. Unlike some dosas, this one is naturally pretty sweet, so you won’t have to utilize outside sweeteners. They are also a great source of protein which makes them a pretty fantastic breakfast food.

Health Benefits

Jackfruit is one of the more interesting fruits available. It isn’t quite as sweet as some other kinds of fruit, but it makes up for that with its nutrition profile and health benefits. The most important nutrients that jack fruit has to offer is protein and dietary fiber. They work in combination with one another to keep your digestive system functioning properly, and your metabolism at optimal performance. There is almost never a reason to not enjoy a jackfruit dosa.

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How to make Karnataka’s Jackfruit Dosa

  1. Drain some water into a cup.
  2. Grind the soaked rice along with the jaggery, coconut, cardamoms, and salt, into a fine paste.
    1. Add water if necessary
  3. Transfer this to a bowl and grind the jackfruit separately until it becomes a fine paste.
  4. Add the paste to the rice batter and mix thoroughly.
  5. Set mixture aside for 10 – 60 minutes.

To make the Dosa:

  1. Grease and heat the tava or pan at a medium temperature.
  2. Pour a ladle of dosa batter in the center once the pan is hot enough.
  3. Spread the batter in a circular motion from the center.
  4. Add ghee/oil around the edges and to the center.
    1. Cover it with a lid.
  5. Flip the dosa to the other side and add a little ghee.
    1. Allow it to cook.
  6. Remove the dosa and repeat the procedure using the remaining batter.
  7. Eat the dosas with liquid jaggery, ghee, or honey.
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