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Content: kambu
Brand: mil8
Weight: 300 g
Manufacturing Date: 2024-08-07
Type: Millet

Kambu Dosa Mix is a versatile culinary blend made from Finger Millet, known as Kambu in Tamil. This nutritious mix is a popular South Indian dish, yielding savory and wholesome dosas, a type of fermented pancake. Finger Millet is a drought-resistant ancient grain rich in fiber, protein, and essential nutrients. Also known as Bajra in Hindi and Sajje in Kannada, it has been a staple in Indian cuisine for centuries, contributing to traditional recipes and promoting health benefits.

kambu dosa mix


  1. In a mixing bowl, take 1 cup of kambu dosa mix.
  2. Add water gradually while stirring to form a smooth batter. The consistency of the batter should be similar to regular dosa batter.
  3. Add salt to taste and mix well.
  4. Heat a non-stick dosa tawa or skillet on medium heat.
  5. Once the tawa is hot, pour a ladleful of the batter onto the center of the tawa and spread it in a circular motion to form a thin dosa.
  6. Drizzle some oil or ghee around the edges of the dosa.
  7. Cook the dosa on medium heat until the edges start to lift and the bottom turns golden brown.
  8. Flip the dosa and cook for another minute on the other side until it's cooked through and crispy.
  9. Remove the dosa from the tawa and serve hot with chutney, sambar, or any other side dish of your choice.


  • 1 cup kambu dosa mix
  • Water (as needed)
  • Salt (to taste)
  • Oil or ghee (for greasing the pan)

Kambu (Finger Millet) Dosa is a nutritious choice, offering approximately 350 calories, 10g protein, 2g fat, and 72g carbohydrates per 100 grams. Rich in fiber, iron, and essential minerals, it promotes digestive health and provides sustained energy. Compared to traditional dosa, Kambu Dosa is a cost-effective option, with potential savings of around 30% per person, making it not only a healthy but also an economical choice for a wholesome meal.

To make Kambu Dosa, combine Kambu flour (pearl millet), rice flour, urad dal flour, and salt in a bowl. Add water gradually to form a smooth batter, allowing it to ferment for a few hours. Heat a griddle, pour a ladle of batter, and spread it in a circular motion. Drizzle oil, cook until the edges crisp, and flip. Serve the nutritious Kambu Dosa with chutney or sambar for a wholesome, gluten-free breakfast or snack that's rich in fiber and essential nutrients.