To prevent the cake from sticking to the bottom
If we hold the dosa from the bottom, we will not be able to take it in a good round shape. So, the dosa should be taken without holding it at the bottom. For this, try to spread the dough only after the pan is well heated. After spreading the first dosa, some water can be splashed in the pan before spreading the second dosa. It helps to balance the heat. Similarly, rubbing oil also helps to lift the dosa without sticking to the bottom.
Apart from this, if you have an egg at home, first crack it in the pan and pour it. After that it should be removed when it is done. After spreading the dosa dough, it is possible to pick up the dosa without holding it at the bottom. It also helps in getting a nice crispy dosa. Apart from this, if you are using a steel ladle, dip the ladle in water before taking the dosa and try to lift the dosa faster.
You can also prepare the dosa in a non-stick pan. Heat should be regulated in a nonstick pan. If it is too hot, it will be difficult to take the dosa. It is also good to sprinkle some water in a non-stick pan and spread the dough when it dries. Similarly, oil should be sprinkled on top of the dosa after spreading it. This also helps to take the dosa faster.
Dosa to be soft
The dosa should be soft, as well as good crispy like you get in a restaurant. Cover the rest of it. You can take it when it steams well and becomes crispy. There is no need to flip this dosa. It stays crispy for a long time. Similarly, it is imperative that you ferment the flour well to make the dosa soft.
Also, adding some rice while grinding the dosama makes the idli as well as the dosama soft. Adding too much rice is not good. This is the reason why it is not crispy.
To add flavor to the dosa
If the flour is fermented perfectly and everything is ripe, we can eat the dosa without the curries that we prepare. The first thing to check is whether the flour has risen well. Similarly, too much sourness will reduce the flavor of the dosa. Do not add baking soda while preparing dosama. Be careful to add rice as well as avial only in correct quantity. Too much is not good.
Similarly, the amount of water and salt in the dosama is very important. If the salt is less, the taste will go away. Being too thick is not good, as is water.
To make dosa healthy
It is good to add some ragi powder to get a healthy dosa. Or adding some greens and half ragi is good. This will make it a little healthier. Don’t forget to ferment ragi. Add some green chillies and onions to the ragi dosa and sprinkle it on top to make a good uttappa.