Mention South Indian food, and you are bound to find fans. Some might be in love with their biryanis and Chettinad offerings, while others would crave their staple, light and comforting idli, dosa, and sambar. After all, the cuisine offers an array of delicacies! Their crispy vade paired with coconut chutney, or the soft and fluffy idlis dunked in sambar can make us drool at any given time. The best part? You can have South Indian food for any meal of the day - from breakfast to even dinner. And while we love all the dishes of this cuisine equally, crispy dosas have a special place, don’t you think? 

The crispy, rice flour-based crepe makes for a delicious treat, no matter what meal you are consuming. Paired with coconut chutney and sambar, this versatile dish has seen many exciting variations. From masala, keema, mixed veg, cheese, onion to even chocolate – dosa has seen it all. 

And if you are keen on experimenting more, we’ve got you another exciting, high-protein yet delicious variation- paneer dosa. If you love paneer and dosa equally, this recipe is sure to make you drool. The crispy and flaky dosa stuffed with masaledaar minced paneer results in a scrumptious paneer dosa that can be your new favourite dish.

The recipe is super easy and quick to prepare. You can even make it with leftover paneer bhurji if you have some at home. If you are preparing it fresh you simply need to toss paneer with a host of spices such as salt, turmeric powder, garam masala powder, coriander leaves, besides fried onions and red chilies. You can buy a ready-made dosa batter from the market or prepare it fresh in the same way for a plain dosa, stuff the saute paneer mixture and fold. Serve hot with coconut chutney or sambar. Paneer dosa can also be savoured as is due to a burst of flavour it comes with. 

Isn’t the recipe super easy and quick? One bite of this dosa and you won’t be able to resist making it over and over again. Find the full recipe here. Make this paneer dosa at home and surprise your family with your culinary skills. Do share your experience with us.