Jini Dosa is the Mumbai roadside vendor’s answer to Indian pizza! Dosas cooked in butter are topped with a succulent and spicy mixture of veggies, which is also cooked in butter and topped with lots of cheese.
I don’t know why is it named Jini Dosa but the only thing that comes to my mind when I listen Ginnie is a Jin coming out of a magical lamp. And this might be the reason of naming it Jini dosa, as it is really magical in taste.
And if you are not sure if your Dosa will be able to bear and cook the veggies and that it will tear apart on the tawa itself. Then do not worry it does not happen. You have to be little cautious and in case if you do not feel confident enough to do that here is a trick.
Mix all the ingredients in a pan and let it cook on slow flame till tender. Directly apply it on dosa grate the cheese and it’s done. But make sure you let dosa cook well before spreading the mixture on it.
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Ingredients to Make 1 Jini Dosa
- 2 ladle/ kadchi - per Dosa Dosa batter
- 2 tbsp Onion /Pyaz
- 2 tbsp Green Capsicum
- 2 tbsp Tomato
- 2 tbsp Green Onion leaves /Hari Pyaz ka patta
- 2 tbsp Cabbage
- 1 cube or 2 tbsp Cheese
- 1 tsp Kashmiri red Chilli powder
- 1 ½ tsp Schezwan sauce / chutney
- 1 ½ tsp Tomato Ketchup/ sauce
- ½ tbsp Butter
Prepping for the Jini Dosa
- Have the idli dosa batter ready.
- Chop all the vegetables and grate the cheese.
Method for making the Jini Dosa
1)So the start of this dosa is like any other, just take a ladle full of idli dosa batter and put it in the center of a hot dosa griddle and then going in circular motion spread it and make as large of a circle as you can. Make sure that the flame is on low.
2)Then you take 1 tsp of butter and spread it on top of the dosa.
3)Once spread add the cabbage, onions, capsicum, tomatoes, and mix it well.
4)Then add the kashmiri red chilli powder and the tomato sauce and mix again.
5)Now add the schezwan sauce and mix it and cook for just 30 seconds
6)Then add the grated cheese and green onions leaves and using a potato masher press it down
7)And then using a spoon spread it all over the dosa and sprinkle some more cheese
8)And now using a sharp knife start cutting the dosa in vertical lines and then start rolling them
And of course put them in a plate and garnish with some more cheese.
And do serve this dosa with some chutney or schezwan sauce but honestly this dosa doesn’t need anything.
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