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Dec 11, 2013

Oats and green gram dal Dosa (Without Rice)





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Description
Also called Irish or Scotch oats, these are cut, not rolled. They look like chopped up rice, take the longest to cook, and have a slightly chewy consistency.
Sometimes called rolled oats, these look like flat little ovals. When processing these oats, the kernels are steamed first, and then rolled to flatten them. They take longer to cook than quick oats, but are quicker than steel cut oats.
Also called instant oats, these oats are pre-cooked, dried, and then rolled. They cook in a few minutes when added to hot water, and have a mushy texture.

Moong beans (Green gram) have numerous nutritional benefits as other beans such as lime beans, and pinto beans.

Health Benefits are:
Helps weight loss, Lowers cholesterol levels, Promote heart health, Contain anti-cancer properties, . Prevent age related muscular diseases and Provides resistance against infectious diseases.





Oats &Green gram dal Dosa is a great healthy, high fiber option to regular Dosa .Oats dosa is nutritious and is highly beneficial to those with high sugar levels. This is diabetic friendly recipe.

Ingredients:
Moong dal/ split green gram             1 cup
Old Fashioned oats/Rolled Oats       1 cup
Green chili                                    4 no.
 Grated Ginger                              2 tbsp.
Chopped curry leaves                     few.
Asafetida                                    ½ tsp.
Salt                                           to taste.
Oil                                            as required.
                                                                                                             

Method:
  • Wash and soak the green gram dhal in hot water for 5 hours. Drain excess water. Keep aside.
  • Wash and soak the oats for  30 minutes.
  • Grind it to a smooth paste along with green gram, green chilies, asafetida, ginger, curry leaves and salt.
  • The consistency of a batter should be neither thick nor very thin; it should be like a idli batter.
  • Heat the dosa pan, pour the batter and spread it from the center. Pour a tsp. of oil over the edges.
  • When one side is cooked well, flip over to the other side. If necessary, add little oil over the edges, and remove when it is fully cooked.
  • Serve with coconut chutney and Sāmbhar.

Tips:
  • If you like spicier dosa, add   more Green chilies.
  • For more flavor, cut some carrot, coriander, mint leaves and mix with batter. Then make dosa as said above. It will give a different taste.



7 comments:

  1. Very healthy combination of ingredients used, will try someday. Thanks for sharing ma'am. I would love if you also visit my blog, femmehavenn.wordpress.com

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  2. I usually prepare the moon dal dosa also called andhra pesarattu.. next time will def try with oats as well..
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  3. I prepared Green Gram with Oats(Old fashioned Oats) Dosa today.I used only one Green Chilli as the variety which we buy is too hot for the tongue.Dosa came out nicely.When I tasted the Dosa,I had a feeling that the Oats content is not getting cooked properly,though I kept the Dosa in the hot Dosa pan for over a minute for each side.Please guide me to get properly cooked Dosa
    B.Krishnamurthy.

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  4. Namaskaram

    Thanks for the feedback. You can dry fry the oats for a minute and soak it for 1 hour and grind it with dhal. When you make dosa , cover it with lid and cook it.
    Thanks

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  5. Can we make the batter a day ahead and make this?

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    Replies
    1. You can make the batter a day ahead. But keep it in fridge.

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  6. Very intresting receipe will try it soon

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