Banana Dosa | Breakfast Recipe

Banana Dosa
Yields: 1 Serving Difficulty: Medium Prep Time: 5 Mins Cook Time: 5 Mins Total Time: 10 Mins

Banana dosa is a very traditional and healthy recipe too. The banana dosa is easy, simple to make, and taste-wise also good. Banana is a versatile fruit and we can easily mix it up with many dishes. Banana is a common ingredient in every home so we can easily make this dosa.


This recipe can be done for breakfast or as an evening dish. The good ripen banana gives more softness and sweetness to the dosa. A few tips for this recipe is if ripen banana added more you can’t spread the batter very thin.

For making this recipe I soaked the rice and grind along with riped bananas. Adjust the consistency with water and for taste added salt. You can add elachi / cardamom for flavor and jaggery for sweetness. Dosa’s are usually served with chutney or sambar. But banana dosa tastes good with pickle also or just with little ghee.

Banana dosa can be done in any place, anyone, and everywhere. Bananas are usually available in all places. For making dosa banana should be ripening. The banana is very good for our body.

Health Benefits of Banana:

  • Bananas contain many important nutrients that consists exclusively of water and carbs. Bananas hold very little protein and almost no fat.
  • Bananas are rich in pectin; contain nutrients that moderate blood sugar levels.
  • Bananas May Improve Digestive Health; Dietary fiber has been linked to many health benefits, including improved digestion.
  • Bananas may aid weight loss because they’re low in calories and high in nutrients and fiber.
  • Bananas are a good dietary source of potassium and magnesium – two nutrients that are essential for heart health.
  • Bananas are high in several antioxidants, which may help reduce damage from free radicals and lower your risk of some diseases.
  • Depending on ripeness, bananas harbor high amounts of resistant starch or pectin. Both may reduce appetite and help keep you full.
  • Unripe bananas are a good source of resistant starch, which may improve insulin sensitivity. However, more research is needed.
  • Eating a banana several times a week may reduce your risk of kidney disease by up to 50%.
  • Bananas may help relieve muscle cramps caused by exercise. They also provide excellent fuel for endurance exercise.
  • Bananas make excellent snack food, dessert, or breakfast. Their versatility makes them easy to add to your diet.

For kids, you can prepare like small dosa or mini dosa or pancakes. Try with this dosa in your place catch you in the next recipe.

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0/3 Ingredients
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0/6 Instructions
  • Take dosa rice, wash it, and soak for at least 4 to 6 hours.
  • Take riped bananas cut into pieces and transfer to mixer jar. Blend the banana pieces to smooth.
  • Add soaked rice and grind into a paste.
  • Transfer the batter to a bowl. Add water and set the consistency of batter. Add salt and mix well.
  • Prepare hot tawa and spread the batter.
  • Apply ghee or oil on top and flip it and cook the other side. Serve the hot spongy healthy dosa with chutney or pickle.


  • Soaking of Dosa takes at least 4-6 hrs, which doesn't include in the total time to prepare.

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