millet dosa recipe, millets are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are gluten free and an excellent substitute for rice.
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little millet (sama rice): 1 cup
raw rice: 1 cup
urad dal: 1 cup
cooked rice: a handful
(you can use soaked poha instead)
salt as needed.
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