Monday, April 19, 2010

Oatmeal Dosa(crepes)


Oatmeal Dosa is a one of the easiest and healthy Dosa I have eaten. Dosa is something I do every weekend and was so bored of soaking and grinding process. Since I was on a diet and not eating Rice items I was in hunt of a healthy version of Dosa and gave this a try. It was a gr8 hit in my house and tasted good too. Its simple to make and can be eaten any time of the day. Just mix and soak for an hour and its ready to make. The aroma of oatmeal on the griddle is superb. I enjoyed making and eating it.

Ingredients:

For Dosa
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1cup Instant Oatmeal
1/2cup Rice flour
1/2cup Yogurt/curds(if sour its still better)
1/2cup Semolina/fine Sooji
1tsp Finely chopped Green chillies
1tsp Cumin seeds/powder
1/2tsp Sugar
salt to taste
1tbsp Chopped Cilantro

For Rasa
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1tbsp chopped Onion
1tbsp Tomato
1tsp Rasam Powder
salt and jaggery to taste
1tbsp Dalia/hurigadale Powder
1cup water+1tbsp
1tsp oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
a little Hing
cilantro for garnish

Method:

Soak oatmeal , rice flour, semolina and yogurt together. Soak for atleast an hour , add the other ingredients to the above mixture and make a semi-thick batter.Pre-heat a tava/griddle and pour a big spoon of batter and make a thick dosa or else they break while they are turned to cook on the other side. Put a spoon of oil on the sides serve hot with chutney/sambar/Rasa. Eat this dosa hot from the griddle, if cooled dosen't taste that good.

Rasa:

In a small pan make the tempering with hot oil ,mustard seeds and hing and let it splutter.Now add onion and fry till they are soft . Add tomatoes and 1 cup of water. Add Rasam powder, salt and jaggery and bring to a boil. Mix the hurigadale powder in a little water and make a thin batter and add it to the rasa with a low flame bring it a boil for 3-4 mins and garnish with cilantro. It tastes good with Dosa. (don't add too much jaggery it will taste like gojju, It has to be a little sweet and little spicy at the same time.)

10 comments:

  1. Wow.. new and interesting Dosa. Great idea.

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  2. So healthy dosa....instant also!

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  3. yup it sure is healthy 'n' instant.

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  4. Such a healthy dosa, looks fantastic..

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  5. I love oat meal ... I make upma with it, subtitute it for rice an now dosa :)someone needs to experiment Oat meal Idly ;)

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  6. wow an interesting combo..have to try this one! thanks for sharing kane..

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  7. Tried it and tastes awesome it is made every other day in my home now. Thanks kane.

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  8. thanks Suman, i am glad it turned out good.

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  9. I just made it this afternoon for lunch. It was great. I have tried other recepies for Oatmeal Dosa but yours came out better. I also like the cumin flavor in it. I had to put a tablespoon of lemon juice as my yogurt was not sour. Very easy to make.

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Its so nice of you to take time and leave a note for me, i appreciate it.I hope u have a wonderful day!

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