Today I am sharing a easy and delicious breakfast recipe. Sabakki Mosaru Dosa / Sago Yogurt Crepes are so tempting and filling at the same time. You just need a few ingredients that are easily available in your pantry to whip up this yummy dish.You need to try it to believe it.

What is breakfast?

Breakfast is the first meal of the day and should not be skipped. Breakfast is essential as you are technically breaking your fast after a previous night meal. Traditional breakfast varies from country to country. Many people skip breakfast as they are always on the go. This should be avoided as it will affect your alertness and makes you lethargic. At my place usually prefer to have traditional breakfast items like dosa ,idli, poha, sabudana kichdi, bread toast but sometimes we have oats or cereals along with fruits too.

What is the Foodiemonday Theme this week?

Our 257th Theme #DosaDen was given by our co blogger Priya Iyer who blogs at She has some amazing recipes on her blog ranging from south India to gujju recipes as she has spent her growing up years there. Some recipes from other parts of the world have also been blogged by her. She weaves her Write up very well.Do check her space for many awesome recipes . I have bookmarked her Moringa Leaves Adai. My humble contribution to this theme is sabakki mosaru dosa aka Sago Yogurt Crepes. Looking forward to the posts by my fellow bloggers.

Recipe for Sabakki Mosaru Dosa / Sago Yogurt Crepes:


  • 1 Cup Rice (I have used parboiled Ponni Rice )
  • 1 Cup Sago / Sabakki / Sabudana
  • 2 Tbsp Urad Dal
  • 1 Tsp Methi Seeds / Fenugreek
  • Salt to Taste
  • 1/4 Cup Yogurt / Mosaru


  • Soak Sabudana for about 4 hours
  • Soak rice ,urad dal and methi seeds for about 4 hours
  • Grind all the ingredients to a fine paste.
  • Mix sabudana batter , rice and dal batter and yogurt.
  • Cover and allow it to ferment overnight.
  • In the morning mix the batter well and the add salt.
  • Heat a griddle and pour a ladle of batter on it and spread it evenly and gently.
  • Sprinkle some oil on the sides. Cover the dosa and allow it to cook in the hot steam.
  • Serve hot with Coconut chutney , onion chutney ,peanut chutney or sambhar.
  • I served it with spicy peanut chutney and podi.
  • It was insanely delicious.


  1. The Dosa looks very soft and yummy Preethi. I love to add such recipes to our everyday food and specially for breakfast. I would give this a try.

  2. 1:1 rice : sabudana.. that’s a new recipe to me definitely … we have no takers for sabudana otherwise at home… will try this soon, preethi !

  3. Lovely dosa using sabudana that too rice and sabudana in equal proportion. Have to try this very soon . We are a dosa loving family you see 🙂

  4. Sometimes i add sabudana, poha or cooked rice to make the idli dosa batter soft. Sabudana dosa looks so soft, spongy and delicious. Use of yogurt is new to me. Interesting recipe

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