Veggie-Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups – #backtoschool recipe

Veggie-Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups (Indian Crepe Roll-Ups with Veggies & cheese): Bite Size Dosa roll-ups filled with colorful veggies+cheese is a breakfast delight for kids of all ages.

Made under 10 minutes and packed with flavors, they are definitely a MUST TRY for your next breakfast menu.


Mornings are forever challenging and getting your kids to eat breakfast is another thing leave alone trying to feed them the daily veggies 🙂

But every parent agrees that a sumptuous breakfast filled with carbs + proteins is key to keep them active throughout the day.

So here’s my Veggie-Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups (Indian Crepe Roll-Ups with Veggies & cheese), which is a WIN-WIN for both parent and kids, as they are quick, fun and filled with the goodness of veggies.

Kids Breakfast Veggie Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups

The roll-ups are bite size and filled with colorful veggies (Yes, just sneak in all of them), cheese (mozzarella + paneer/cottage cheese) and drizzled with their favorite tomato ketchup.

To make things even quicker, I made them using the ‘MTR Dosa Mix’ (from MTR Instant Breakfast Mix range) which are easily available in many Indian Grocers here in the USA.

Now, a regular Dosa (Indian Crepes) is made using a mix of lentil+rice that is soaked overnight (at least 10-12hrs).

Then ground to a fine paste which is again fermented for a minimum of 8hrs, so the entire process usually takes about 20-24 hrs.

Enter MTR Dosa Mix, which makes making Dosa a breeze as they are completely INSTANT, doesn’t that sound wonderful – Right!

No grinding or fermenting required, just add the mix to water and your batter is ready.

Before I start making the dosas for the roll-ups, I’ve prepped the filling (thinly sliced veggies, grated the cheese), cause once the dosa is made.

You want to start adding the filling and rolling the dosas (hot dosa roll easily).

Once the dosas are rolled, cut them into bite-size pieces or if you want, you can cut them into halves (customize as per choice).

Kids Breakfast Veggie & Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups

I recently had a couple of my friends come over for ‘Breakfast’ along with their lil munchkins and theseVeggie-Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups were put to test (with a couple of my mom friends getting their own homemade kids breakfast too).

Trust me, these roll-ups were an Instant HIT and gone like Abra-ka-Dabra!

OMG, even the pickiest of eater finished it completely (no crumbs left….that a good thing right 🙂

The kids ate in silence and moms watched lovingly ~ Seriously a picture perfect moment.

So, I think, we are soon going to have many more of these ‘Breakfast Meetups’ with Dosa Roll-Ups.



That’s it for now and do stay tuned as, In the coming months, I would be posting a couple of more fun and delicious recipes using the MTR Breakfast Mixes.

In the meanwhile, do give them a try as they are easily available in Indian Grocer stores and have many options to choose from :

  1. Khatta Meetha Poha
  2. Vermicelli Upma
  3. Khaman Dhokla
  4. Dhokla
  5. Poha
  6. Oats Upma
  7. Ragi Dosa
  8. Oats Idli
  9. Multigrain Dosa
  10. Masala Idli
  11. Masala Upma
  12. Puttu
  13. Rava Dosa
  14. Vada
  15. Dosa
  16. Rice Idli
  17. Upma
  18. Ragi Rava Idli


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Kids Breakfast - Veggie & Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups (Indian Crepe Roll-Ups with Veggies & cheese)

5 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

20 minTotal Time

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1 Packet MTR Dosa Mix

1/2 Cup Shredded Carrots

1/4 Cup Shredded Capsicum

1/2 Cup Shredded Onion

1/2 Cup Boiled n Crumbled Potatoes

1/2 Cup Paneer - can use cottage cheese

1/4 Cup Shredded Mozzarella

Salt as per taste

Pepper as per taste

1/4 Cup Olive Oil - NY light oil


  1. Heat the skillet over medium heat.
  2. In a bowl, add a cup of Dosa Mix, water, and whisk to a smooth thick batter. (It should lightly coat the back of the spoon)
  3. Add 2 ladle of batter to the hot skillet and swirl to make a thin circular crepe/dosa shape.
  4. Add 1/4 tsp of oil all around the crepe.
  5. Add 1/2 Tsp of shredded potato, carrot, onions, capsicum, cheese, and seasoning.
  6. Lightly press everything to the dosa/crepe.
  7. Roll the dosa/crepe lightly (making sure the filling stays inside and dosa doesn't break.
  8. Remove the cooked rolled dosa to a plate.
  9. Follow the steps above to make all the dosa rollups.
  10. Cut the dosa roll-ups as per choice (I cut some into half and some into three's).
  11. Transfer to serving plate and serve along with favorite ketchup/chutney.



671 cal


62 g


27 g


11 g
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32 Replies to "Veggie-Cheese Dosa Roll-Ups - #backtoschool recipe"

  • Claudia | Gourmet Project July 5, 2016 (6:43 am)
    what a great idea, I'm thinking of addinf ricotta instead of paneer, could it work?
    • Molly Kumar July 5, 2016 (7:48 pm)
      Thanks Claudia, you can definitely add ricotta instead of paneer or any other cheese as per choice :)
  • Jovita @ Yummy Addiction July 3, 2016 (7:55 am)
    I love how healthy these roll-ups are. They are packed with veggies! I don't know about kids, but I want to try these myself :)
  • Georgina Ingham | Culinary Travels July 2, 2016 (5:07 pm)
    I love dosa. Have never found a mix for them though so always start from scratch. Great filling idea.
    • Molly Kumar July 5, 2016 (6:27 am)
      Thanks Georgina. You can find the MTR Breakfast Mixes on Amazon or can be easily found in Indian Stores.
  • Igor @ Cooking The Globe July 2, 2016 (4:15 pm)
    These roll-ups are amazing! I love the combination of veggies and cheese. My kid is too young for them now, but I am bookmarking it for later :)
    • Molly Kumar July 7, 2016 (5:30 pm)
      Thanks so much Igor and look forward to you trying them in the future :)
  • Linda @ Veganosity July 2, 2016 (11:39 am)
    I'd love these for breakfast. With vegan cheese and some sriracha! :)
    • Molly Kumar July 5, 2016 (6:20 am)
      Thanks would be Awesome Linda ~ Thanks for visiting :)
  • Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy July 2, 2016 (9:31 am)
    These would make great little party food items. And not something I have seen at a party before.
    • Molly Kumar July 5, 2016 (6:26 am)
      They would be great for Party too, and can surely be prepped a night before :)
  • Kyla Matton Osborne (Ruby3881) July 2, 2016 (1:51 am)
    These are so pretty to look at! I'm sure kids will want to try then, just because of the lovely colours!
  • Lisa July 1, 2016 (8:23 pm)
    Well, I don't know about the kids....but I'd sure like these!!! And not just for breakfast. They'd make a delicious light lunch too!
    • Molly Kumar July 2, 2016 (5:35 am)
      Awee, thanks Lisa :) They definitely make great option for a filling n healthy meal.
  • Christine | Vermilion Roots July 1, 2016 (8:01 pm)
    That's a great way to eat dosa, Molly! It's like uttapam? :-)
    • Molly Kumar July 2, 2016 (5:44 am)
      Thanks Christine. Yes, it's like uttapam but slightly thinner.
  • KidCongeniality July 1, 2016 (7:33 pm)
    I would totally try this. It looks colorful and delicious!
  • Kristen Kavan July 1, 2016 (7:28 pm)
    wait, can adults eat these! these look soooo good!!
    • Molly Kumar July 2, 2016 (5:45 am)
      Hehehhehe, off-course Kristen, we can all eat it too :)
  • Kylee @ Kylee Cooks July 1, 2016 (7:13 pm)
    I need to invite you to MY house and convince my kids to eat veggies for breakfast! Those dosa roll-ups look fantastic, Molly!
    • Molly Kumar July 2, 2016 (5:52 am)
      Hahahhaha, I would love to come over and we can exchange all the yummy recipes ;)
  • Kathryn @ FoodieGirlChicago July 1, 2016 (7:08 pm)
    I think these sound pretty good for an adult breakfast or snack too!
    • Molly Kumar July 2, 2016 (5:53 am)
      Absolutely Kathryn, they are great for all. Thanks for visiting.
  • Kim Beaulieu July 1, 2016 (7:00 pm)
    This is one seriously fabulous breakfast. What a great way to start the day.
  • Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine July 1, 2016 (6:26 pm)
    That is wonderful! A great way to introduce new healthy foods to kids too!
  • Holly July 1, 2016 (5:53 pm)
    Awesome way to get the kiddos (or adults?) to eat their veggies! What a great kid-friendly breakfast, lunch or even dinner recipe!

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