Millet Sanna Polo is a variation of traditional Konkani dish that is typically made only with rice. Serve as is or with your favorite chutney.
These dosa/ Indian pancakes are filling and delicious. For the final day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have a traditional Konkani dish called Sanna Polo. These Millet Sanna Polo are a great variation to a recipe that usually made only with rice. These are filling and are great to serve for brunch or lunch or dinner.Recipe is from Harini and Sowmya. These millet sanna polo can be made with any variety of millets. I used Foxtail millet, but feel free to use any millet you have on hand. The best part of these millet sana polo is that they don’t need any fermentation time. That is perfect for me because I am very forgetful and instant dosa recipes are my absolute favorite. These millet Sanna Polo, only need rice and millet to be soaked overnight and ground to a batter in the morning.
Another great part of these Konkani dosa is that the batter itself is packed with veggies and delicious ingredients. Grated coconut, tamarind pulp and dried red chilies are added directly to the batter. That adds lots of flavor and spicy kick to the dosa. Thinly sliced veggies like cabbage, onion, spinach etc are added too.The same batter for Millet Sana Polo can be placed in idli molds and steamed or made into dosa too. I was surprised that even my picky eater daughter liked them. Serve with your favorite chutney or just as is for a filling meal.