This recipe comes in 3 parts, the dosas, the filling and the sauce. It does take awhile to
make, but the filling and sauce can be made ahead and frozen if need be. You can serve
them as a main course with rice and veggies, or as an appetizer.
griddle or skillet
ladle (or large spoon)
vegetable peeler &/or knife
food processor or bean masher
1 cup (120gm/8oz) spelt flour (or all-purpose, gluten free flour)
½ tsp (2½ gm) salt
½ tsp (2½ gm) baking powder
½ tsp (2½ gm) curry powder
½ cup (125ml/4oz) almond milk (or soy, or rice, etc.)
¾ cup (175ml/6oz) water
cooking spray, if needed
1 batch Curried Garbanzo Filling (see below), heated
1 batch Coconut Curry Sauce (see below), heated
¼ cup (125gm) grated coconut
¼ cucumber, sliced
1.Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl, slowly adding the almond milk and water,
whisking until smooth.
2.Heat a nonstick skillet over medium heat. Spray your pan with a thin layer of cooking
spray, if needed.
3.Ladle 2 tablespoons of batter into the center of your pan in a circular motion until it is a
thin, round pancake. When bubbles appear on the surface and it no longer looks wet, flip
it over and cook for a few seconds. Remove from heat and repeat with remaining batter.
Makes 8 pancakes.
Curried Garbanzo Filling
This filling works great as a rice bowl topping or as a wrap too, so don’t be afraid to make
a full batch.
5 cloves garlic
1 onion, peeled and finely diced
1 carrot, peeled and finely diced
1 green pepper, finely diced (red, yellow or orange are fine too)
2 medium hot banana chilies, minced
2 TBSP (16gm) cumin, ground
1 TBSP (8gm) oregano
1 TBSP (8gm) sea salt (coarse)
1 TBSP (8gm) turmeric
4 cups (850gm/30oz) cooked or canned chick peas (about 2 cans)
½ cup (125gm/4oz) tomato paste
1.Heat a large saucepan over medium to low heat. Add the garlic, veggies, and spices,
cooking until soft, stirring occasionally.
2.Mash the chickpeas by hand, or in a food processor. Add the chickpeas and tomato
paste to the saucepan, stirring until heated through.
Coconut Curry Sauce
This makes a great sauce to just pour over rice as well. This does freeze well, but the
texture will be a little different. The flavor is still the same though. My picture of this
sauce is one that I had made, had to freeze, then thaw to use. It tastes great, but the
texture is a little runnier, not quite as thick as it was before freezing.
1 onion, peeled and chopped
2 cloves garlic
½ (2½ gm) tsp cumin, ground
¾ (3¾ gm) tsp sea salt (coarse)
3 TBSP (30gm) curry powder
3 TBSP (30gm) spelt flour (or all-purpose GF flour)
3 cups (750ml/24oz) vegetable broth
2 cups (500ml/24oz) coconut milk
3 large tomatoes, diced
1.Heat a saucepan over medium heat, add the onion and garlic, cooking for 5 minutes, or
2.Add the spices, cooking for 1 minutes more. Add the flour and cook for 1 additional
3.Gradually stir in the vegetable broth to prevent lumps. Once the flour has been
incorporated, add the coconut milk and tomatoes, stirring occasionally.
4.Let it simmer for half an hour.