Onion Oothapam

 This has become one of our regulars for dinner! With a generous amount of chopped onions and idli podi , this has enough flavours to be eaten without any chutneys or sambar.

Dosa Batter

chopped onions
green chillies, chopped
idli podi

  • Pour a ladle full of batter on the dosa tawa. I dont like it too thick. 
  • Top with some onions and green chillies.
  • Sprinkle desired amount of idli podi on top
  • Drizzle some oil and let it cook

  • After the underneath has become slightly browned, flip the dosa to the other side.
  • cook on medium flame. cook til the onions have become nicely browned or ever slightly burnt like how I like it :)

  • This method will leave the onions nice and crisp
  • If you want the onions soft. cover the dosa after sprinkling the onions and idli podi.


PT said...

wow its so tempting farah.. nice click..

kausers kitchen said...

Yummy and inviting.

Vimitha Anand said...

We make it often. perfect with some thakkali thokku

Shella said...

Oh my oh my......the idli podi is making it so yummmm....can almost taste the nutty tangy taste

Gauri said...

Yumm its soo tempting!