Beetroot Dosa Recipe | Healthy Breakfast Recipes | Pink Dosa

Pink Beetroot Dosa is fun and health all combined into one. These mini Dosa cut into various shapes makes for an exciting breakfast and lunch box recipe!

When it comes to beetroot, I have to be creative and fun, in order to feed it to my child. I am sure many of you sail in the same boat as I do. Believe me when I say this that these pink Dosas are the best thing to happen to us. My daughter loved the pink color and all she wanted all day long were these cute little pink Dosas. I thank my stars!

One more beetroot recipe successfully approved by my kid. The first was the beetroot and curd sandwich recipe remember? Link to the recipe is in the post below.

This recipe is the seventh in my kids breakfast recipe series and I am glad to receive such an overwhelming response on my Instagram account for the series. Check out the Spanish Omelette Paniyaram RecipeBeetroot Curd Sandwich Recipe,  Vegetable Upma TeddyCaterpillar Banana Pancakes (Eggless)Apple Pie Pancakes (Eggless) and Besan Chila Tacos. Check out all my posts in this series with the search term “kids breakfast recipe series”.

Beetroot Dosa Recipe | Healthy Breakfast Recipes | Pink Dosa

Pink Beetroot Dosa is fun and health all combined into one. These mini Dosa cut into various shapes makes for an exciting breakfast and lunch box recipe!

Course Breakfast
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 2 people
Author Nandita

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Dosa Batter divided
  • 2 tbsp Beetroot Juice liquid from grated beetroot
  • Salt to taste

Instructions

  1. Mix beetroot juice to one portion of the Dosa batter and keep aside.

  2. Heat Dosa tawa, season and wipe. Use cookie cutters to get different shapes of the Dosa. I used a big size and small size of all the shapes.

  3. Grease the cookie cutters from the bottom to avoid the batter sticking to it. Pour white Dosa batter on the outer ring and beetroot batter in the inside ring.

  4. Let the mixture dry on the pan. Once dried, remove the small cookie cutter.

  5. Flip the Dosa and break it loose from the cookie cutter. Serve hot with Sambhar and chutney.

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