Keto Dosa recipe is an Indian Style Crepe made with almond flour, coconut milk, and cheese. Best served as a breakfast recipe with keto coconut chutney as a side dish.
Dosa is a South Indian, fermented crepe made from rice and black lentils. Since the regular version of Dosa is prepared using the rice lentil batter which is high in carbohydrates, hence regular dosa cannot be a part of keto diet.
This Indian Style Keto Dosa recipe was inspired by headbangers kitchen (i just modified the measurements). After a lot of tries, I was finally able to nail to make the perfect crispy almond flour dosa recipe. When you dip with tempered coconut chutney and take a bite, you will not think that it is not your regular dosa.
Follow the same measurements and steps, try it out, and don't forget to use a good nonstick pan to make these dosas. Also, check 40+ Keto Indian Food Recipes from my blog.
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Almond Flour Keto Dosa Ingredients
Firstly gather all the ingredients to make keto dosa with almond flour.
- almond flour
- shredded mozzarella
- thick coconut milk
- cumin (jeera) powder
- hing (asafetida)
- coconut oil for frying dosa
- salt to taste
How to Make Keto Dosa Recipe
Firstly, mix all ingredients except coconut oil in a bowl and make sure you make even and pouring consistency batter. Let the batter rest for at least 10-15 minutes. Adjust with warm water if the batter is too thick.
Then grease a nonstick dosa pan with coconut oil. Pour the batter and spread evenly in a circular shape.
Drizzle some oil and allow to cook on medium-low heat until red or golden and the sides begin to lift a bit from the pan.
Lastly, fold over and serve with the keto coconut chutney.
What to serve with Keto Dosa?
Keto Almond Flour Dosa can be served with keto coconut chutney. Coconut chutney is the perfect accompaniment for the dosa and can be prepared with few ingredients and tempered with some spices.
- Always use a nonstick pan to make this dosa else dosa will not come out well and may stick to the pan.
You can make almond flour dosa without coconut milk by replacing coconut milk with dairy cream, heavy whipping cream, sour cream, or greek yogurt instead.
Can I replace Mozzarella Cheese with Cheddar?
Any substitute for Mozzarella Cheese?
Cheese is what binds almond flour together. If you want to skip cheese then you can replace cheese with egg.
How to make Coconut Milk at home?
Blend ¼ cup of shredded coconut (fresh or frozen) with ½ cup of warm water. Strain the coconut milk in a strainer or nut milk bag. Transfer to a sealed container and refrigerate. You can save pulp for baked goods or add to poriyal, smoothies, or coconut curries.
Difference between Almond Flour and Almond Meal
Almond flour is not the same as almond meal. Almond flour is made from blanched almonds and finely ground while the almond meal is not so finely milled and may contain almond skin.
How to store Almond Flour correctly?
Since almond flour can become rancid fast, it is best to store it in the fridge or freezer after opening the packet. It’s best stored in a cool, dark place in a well-sealed container. If frozen, measure how much you need and let it come to room temperature before using.
More Keto|Low Carb recipes
- Cauliflower Soup (Instant Pot & Stove Top)
- Broccoli Spinach Soup
- Zucchini Sabzi|Indian Style Zucchini Stir Fry
- Lauki Ki Sabji|Bottle Gourd Curry
- Cauliflower Fried Rice
Keto Dosa (Almond Flour Keto Dosa)
- Mix all ingredients except coconut oil in a bowl and make sure you make even and pouring consistency batter.Let the batter rest for atleast 10-15 minutes.Adjust with warm water if the batter is too thick.form the batter.
- Grease a nonstick dosa pan with coconut oil.Pour the batter and spread evenly in a circular shape.
- Drizzle some oil and allow to cook on medium low heat until red or golden and the sides begin to lift a bit from the pan.
- Fold over and serve with the keto coconut chutney.