Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Oats Dosa

I always buy Oats (when 'm in the healthy mode) and never finsih dear hubby finishes them off ....this time I wanted it to be different and bought some oats and stocked up the pantry and forgot all about it.I found them way back in the pantry when I was searching for something and decided to try something with oats for breakfast the following  morning I googled and found this recipe here and loved it.Do try it and you'll love it.

3/4 cup urad flour
1&1/4 cups rice flour
 1/4 cup+2 tbsps  rolled oats or old fashioned oats (not the quick cooking or instant oats)
Salt to taste
2 tsps sugar

Soak the oats in a little water and set aside for 10-15 mins.And then blend till smooth adding more water if required.Add the urad and rice flours and 1/2 cup water(if needed) and blend till smooth.Take it into a bowl and keep in a warm place overnight or for about 10 hrs.Just before making the dosas, add the salt and sugar and mix well.The batter should be of pouring consistency.Neither too thick nor too thin.Heat an iron griddle ,add a tsp of oil and wipe with a wet tissue or half cut onion.....reduce the flame and pour a laddle and half of the batter and spread it in a circle with the back of the laddle.Spray  a little oil around and on the dosa, turn up the heat and let cook till the dosa turns golden brown.Take care not to burn.Flip and cook for 1/2 min and then fold or roll and keep aside.Repeat with the rest of the batter.Serve with chutney or sambar.Enjoy!!!!

Note: If u want steamed dosa,pour a laddle full of dosa batter and spread it a little thick add a tsp of oil to the sides and cover cook on low heat till it is cooked.

1 comment:

Maryanna Dua said...

Hello, these look so great. I started my batter last night and let it ferment. I have been working with them all morning and just can't get them to work. They keep getting stuck to the pan. This is my first time making dosa. I have tried many different techniques and even different pans with six failed attempts. Any suggestions?

Thank you.

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