Thin and delicate, almost like a handkerchief, these dosas (rice batter crepes) are easy to make with straightforward ingredients, and it's enjoyed as breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It comes from the Coastal city of Mangalore, Southern India. The word Neer means 'Water.' in my mother tongue Tulu, (one of the languages spoken in Mangalore) is made using soaked rice, freshly grated coconut and coconut milk made into a very thin batter and pan-fried. The batter is almost water-like consistency hence the name Neer Dosa. It goes perfectly well with many curries or tastes delicious with simple coconut chutney for breakfast. I love mine with red chilli and coconut chutney the way my mum made.
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