Oats Dosa

For Radhika's bloghop wednesday's I was lucky to be paired with Rajani from mykitchentrials. I love her body of work and honestly it is more of her interesting writeup than the recipe that hooks me at her space.
I connect with her sense of humor so easily and absolutely cant help smiling while I am reading it.


Before you think that's all about her blog, let me tell you that she is a damn good cook having some amazing recipes on her blog. She is just like me, I believe, simply goes with the flow, uses things from the kitchen, experimenting and hunting for a new recipe when she ventures out. 


I tried her Oats dosa. Although I have made the oats dosa many times, her recipe intrigued me for the fact that she used some unusual ingredients , like wheat flour or french beans in it. 
I made some modifications (because I have a genetic malfunction that does not allow me to follow instructions as asked) to suit my mood and my kitchen needs.
I had some french beans thoran in my fridge from lunch that I had to use up before dinner. So I made this dosa using it for snack time.


The result was mind blowing.


You can follow the original recipe here or use mine which is slightly tweaked below.


Ingredients
1 cup Oats (Rolled oats, slight roasted and powdered) - lazy me, simply roasted
1/2 cup Wheat flour
1/4 cup Semolina roasted
1/2 cup french beans thoran/ french beans chopped finely
1 small onion finely chopped
2-3 green chillies finely chopped(optional in case you are using thoran)
1 inch ginger grated(optional in case you are using thoran)
1 medium tomato finely chopped
1 tbsp soaked Split black lentil (optional in case you are using thoran)
Salt to taste
Oil to cook
Method
1) Except oil, mix all ingredients in a bowl and add about 3 cups of water to make a smooth batter 
2) On a hot griddle, pour some oil (use non stick otherwise)
3) Pour the batter and spread it evenly.
4)Let it roast for about 3-4 min on one side and then flip over.
5)Increase the flame to high and let it cook for another 2 -3 minutes.
6)Serve with your choice of chutney


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11 comments:

Aarthi said...

Awesome dosa..I would surely love to give it a try..Thank you so much for posting it..

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Sravs said...

healthy and delicious dosa!!

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Kalpana Sareesh said...

healthy n yumm adding semolina is too good..

Radhika said...

Wonderful and healthy breakfast option. I have linked it here. http://ticklingpalates.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-hop-wednesdays-version-20-week-13.html
you can check it out and the entries of others.

Kalyani said...

nice write up and post too, Pradnya.. btw, am soo happy we could catch up this week face to face !


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Priya said...

Wat a healthy and delicious dosas..

Gayathri Kumar said...

Very nutritious and delicious dosas...

Rajani said...

I hope you talking about me, Pradnya. Thanks a lot, if you are :D. The dosa looks good, hope you enjoyed it as much as we did it here :)

Kokila Karthikeyan said...

Healthy oats dosas.I am glad to follow ur blog :) I like ur blog name and pics.Any time u come and visit my space.Drop ur valuable comments.

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Kaveri said...

Healthy and delicious Oats Dosas.

Archana said...

I love the malfunction result.

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