Gothambu Dosa

Gothambu Dosa Recipe

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About Gothambu Dosa Recipe:

A healthy dosa variety made from atta is ideal for a morning snack or a tiffin box. Unlike other traditional south Indian dosa recipes, gothambu dosa does not require fermentation and can be prepared in minutes. The gothambu dosa recipe is similar to the top-rated rava dosa recipe with the same texture and crispness level. In rava dosa, maida or all-purpose flour is added as a base, and wheat plays a significant role in gothambu dosa. Both the recipes taste great and are ideal for a weeknight breakfast. Atta dosa or gothambu dosa can be prepared in different ways. The variation mainly consists of dosa batter with its consistency and ingredients added. Authentic gothambu dosa is generally equipped with whole wheat flour and is not adulterated with other flours. However, the famous instant gothambu dosa recipe is made with semolina or rava and rice flour. This dosa is crispy and roasted, similar to the rava dosa recipe. Rice flour and rava helps to get the crisp texture for dosa, but if you like authentic gothambu dosa recipes, they can be ignored entirely. Gothambu dosa tastes excellent when served hot with coconut chutney or peanut chutney and does not require any other sambar recipe.

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Ingredients for Gothambu Dosa Recipe

  • 1 cup Wheat Flour
  • 1.25 cup Water
  • As required Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Baking Powder
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment


How to Make Gothambu Dosa Recipe

Cooking directions


Take 1 cup wheat flour in a bowl. Add salt to taste and 1tsp baking powder. Mix well. Gradually add 1 ¼ cup water and mix well.


Heat a tawa in medium flame, pour 1 ladle batter. When the holes start to come, reduce the heat to low, close the pan, and cook for a few seconds—no need to flip the dosa.


You can serve gothambu dosa with veg and non-veg curries.

Pro tip


Adding rava is optional though it helps the dosa to get a nice texture. Also, if preparing dosa for fasting, do not add onion and keep it simple.


Fry the dosa on low flame; otherwise, it isn't cooked entirely and turns brittle.


Adding water ultimately depends on the consistency of the batter.