This Pink Dosa In Delhi Is Pleasing To The Eyes And Soothing On Taste Buds

by Sanjana Shenoy
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Dosas are one of the most delicious and nutritious Indian breakfasts out there. A perfect dosa is crispy and gheelicious on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Pair it with a spicy sambhar or a comforting chutney and you’d know what heaven tastes like. Well, Delhiites can go one step further and try out a unique Pink Dosa. The food brand Slurrp Farm has an interesting Beetroot Dosa mix that has the goodness of beetroots and supergrains. Here’s more about it.

Slurrp Farm Offers Delicious, Healthy Pink Dosa Mi

The New Delhi based Slurrp Foods has delicious and healthy mixes of some of your favourite foods. The Multigrain Millet Dosa  With Beetroot Mix has a beautiful pink colour that’s super pleasing to the eye. This Insta-worthy dish has oats, ragi, red rice, suji, urad dal combined with beetroot powder and a blend of mild spices. Everyone loves a quick instant dosa batter that’s hassle-free.

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Picture Credits: Slurrp Farm

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While most dosa batter mixes come with preservatives, this pink dosa has no maida, preservative, transfat or artificial colours. It’s healthy and nutritious all the way. Slurrp Farm Beetroot dosa mix can be bought from modern trade sources and ordered online. They have a wonderful variety of products including Ragi Chocolate Pancakes, that’s a favourite among kids.

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How To Prepare These Beetroot Pink Dosas?

When it comes to preparing the signature pink dosa, all you need to do is follow the instructions, get the batter ready and prepare crispy golden dosas. First, blend 1 cup of dosa mix, 1/2 cup of plain curd and water into a consistent batter. You can adjust the consistency according to your preference. If you find the yoghurt taste to be sour, you can add milk or water instead. Next, keep the batter aside for 5 minutes before cooking.

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pink dosa in delhi

Picture Credits: Slurrp Farm

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Take a non-stick pan and heat it to medium. Add butter or ghee. Once hot, pour the batter and distribute it evenly on the heated pan. Cook it well on both sides. Since super grains are used in this pink dosa, it takes a longer time to cook than refined flour.  Finely, serve your beetroot pink dosas with chutney, freshly cooked vegetables, a dollop of ghee or sambhar.

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