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MTR Rava Dosa

£1.89

Delightfully crispy and golden on the edges, Rava Dosa is quite the signature MTR dish. Follow the easy instructions to prepare it in a jiffy!

Tasty Tip:
Serve hot with MTR sambar, chutney and potato curry.

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Description

Dosa Mix is a healthy, readily accessible powder to make dosas batter in minutes. Dosa is mainly a crepe completed from rice and black lentils. It is a classic South Indian dish, eaten for breakfast or dinner, and is loaded in protein and carbohydrates.

MTR Rava dosa or Rava Dosa also called Ravvattu is an Indian crepe of South India. It is a derivative of the popular Dosa. Rava dosa is a very tasty and crispy Semolina crepe/ Pancakes and is perfect for a quick breakfast that can be served with any chutney. It’s made with Rava, Rice flour, Maida, Salt, Cumin, Black pepper, Asafoetida, Soda.

It is a derivative of the popular Dosa.
Rava dosa is a very tasty and crispy Semolina crepe/ Pancakes and is perfect for a quick breakfast that can be served with any chutney.
It’s made with Rava, Rice flour, Maida, Salt, Cumin, Black pepper, Asafoetida, Soda.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg

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