- Maida (flour)
- 4 tsp chilli powder
- 3 tsp salt
- 1/2 teaspoon Asafoetida
- 1 teaspoon Turmeric pwd
- 1/2 teaspoon Mustard seeds
- 1 teaspoon Oil
- Mix plain flour (maida) with water (enough so that the mix is like dosa mix).
You can add some sugar too it if you like.
- In another bowl, mix fresh grated
coconut (you have to use the fresh one desiccated/grated/shredded coconut is no
good) with enough sugar (make it as sweet as you want.)
- Those who like the taste
of salt or cardamom (or both) can add either or both to the coconut.
- Make round
shaped dosas with the flour mix on a 'dosakallu' (or a saute' pan), turn it
around, and take it on a plate when done.
- Put a couple of spoonful of coconut
mix into it (put it on one side, in a line), then roll it (like a 'churuttu').
There is your churuttu ready to eat (yummy too).
Note: Those who have problems with fresh coconut, you can add a little bit of
water in the sugar and boil it (on a low heat; don't overheat it or burn it), and
then add the coconut into it and heat it for a while, and then use it. Make sure
that you don't burn it!