Monday, January 4, 2010

Red Chori(Karamani) & Oats Dosa

Red chori well known as cow peas/red beans is a leguminous seed which is made of 25% protein and its rich in carbohydrates, a group of vitamin B,as well as vitamin C, which is needed for maintaining good health and fighthing diseases..Its contains calcium,vitamin A, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc and many more dietary fibre, its totally trans fat and cholesterol free..Red chori can be cooked very faster than beans and they are used in many cuisines, cow peas are used in making peas casseroles,purees, cakes,gravies, main courses in many more parts of the world...Usually i used to make out sundals with this red chori and pressure cook them upto 1 whistles, this time i went crazy and pressure cooked them for a long time, the result was over cooked cow peas, i dont want to throw those over cooked peas which i turned as puree with hand blender  and prepared this dosa with oats, rava, rice flour..for my surprise this dosa tasted fantastic with sambar and chutney and even my H liked it..Such a healthy dosa and delicious dish suits prefect for dinner can be prepared instantly which is quite ready within half an hour..Am sending this dosa to MLLA-19th Helping guest hosted by EC of Simple Indian food,event started by Susan..



2cups Red chori puree
1/4cup Roasted rava
1/2cup Quick cooking oats
1/4cup Rice flour
Salt
1tsp Cumin seeds
Oil

In a large bowl, add the red chori puree, roasted rava, quick cooking oats and rice flour,turn everything as dosa batter (add water if needed);let them sit for half an hour..heat a nonstick pan and pour a ladle of this instant redchori & oats dosa batter, drizzle the oil and cook on both sides until the dosa get well cooked..

Serve hot with any chutneys!

37 comments:

  1. Never hadthis dosa, sounds really healthy and love that vurry newt to it too.
    Happy new Year.

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  2. I've never used Oats before. Thanks for this recipe, I now found a dosa-way to give it to my baby :-)

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  3. Hi Priya. Very healthy version dear.

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  4. Wow! I have never had this dosa, looks delicious. Thanks for yr comments on my blog.

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  5. healthy and delicious dosa!!!

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  6. your very innovative exp when it comes to oats...i never knew v could make so many things with oats, dosa looks really healthy & delicious....thanks for sharing priya

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  7. wow...............healthy dosa priya.

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  8. I dont know what Red Chori is..but sure looks delicious

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  9. Very innovative dosa, you sure are a Oats queen. Congrats on your title.

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  10. healthy and delicious dosa ,priya...Nice picture

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  11. That's a healthy, innovative, tasty and yummy dosa! Love the texture and color!

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  12. Truly Oats queen you are..very healthy and unique dosa dear..keep rocking!

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  13. Very healthy and delicious..Used to make this dosa for my FIL who is on a strict diet..Nice click Priya :-)

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  14. ohhh great I will make this for my dad one thing priya rava means is it upma rava or rice rava? beautiful pic.

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  15. Such a healthy dosa dear...Happy new year

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  16. My father has high cholesterol so I always collect recipes with oats. this one goes to mom. thanks for sharing.

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  17. Like all your oats recipes,Priya.
    Very nutritious dosa..

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  18. that looks very nice. I love dosas

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  19. Dosai looks great dotted with the red chori.

    Happy New Year! Priya.

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  20. priya, more than the dosa, that chutney besides it caught my eyes. am hungry

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  21. oooh!!! oats dosa looks sooooo delicious and healthy 2!!!
    Wanna grab it now and can finish off within seconds..YUM!!

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  22. That sounds great Priya..
    Healthy, easy and yummy one..

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  23. this sounds so good and healthy..good one...

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  24. thats a good idea Priya,looks nice!

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  25. Oh, that looks and sounds so healthy and delicious! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and letting me know that you'll participate in my giveaway. I can't wait to see what you'll come up with, good luck!

    p.s. I love your blog, you've such greats recipes, tips and photos!

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  26. Wow!! What a lovely and healthy dosa!!

    nice to know about Red chori nutrition!!

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  27. Very new recipe Priya!!! sure will try this!!!

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  28. Very innovative and healthy..thanks for participating

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  29. hi priya,

    i am a regular visitor of your website and luv trying your recipes, specially desserts. i did try this, but for me, adai came very soft. i want it a bit crispy. can i add some bengal gram so that it gives that crunch??

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