Thursday, April 21, 2011

Quinoa Mixed Dals Dosa

After trying out some crispy dosas with horsegram & mixed dals dosa, this time i tried the same preparation with quinoa and mixed dals..This dosa batter doesnt go for fermentation and this dosa turned out super spongy,delicious,healthy at the same time a fantastic breakfast or dinner when served along with spicy onions chutney or simple coconut chutney..You just need to leave this grounded dosa batter in room temperature before making dosas..If you make out this dosas in non stick pan,you doesnt even need oil to prepare this dosas...A prefect dosa to enjoy without any guilt for ur dinner or breakfast with any sort of spicy chutneys..Sending to Srivalli's Breakfast Mela and to Susan's MLLA#34th helping guest hosted by Jaya..

Quinoa mixed dals dosa

1cup Parboiled rice
1cup Quinoa
1/2cup Toordal
1/4cup Urad dal
1/2cup Channadal
1/4cup Moongdal
4nos Garlic cloves
1tsp Fennel seeds
5nos Dry red chillies
Salt

Soak the rice,quinoa and dals together for 4 hours along with dry red chillies and fennel seeds...Grind the soaked rice and dals in grinder with crushed garlic cloves and salt with enough water as bit coarse batter,keep the batter in room temperature..

Make dosas in non stick pan or in a hot tawa,drizzled with oil,cooked on both sides until they turns crispy and well cooked..Enjoy with spicy chutneys..

34 comments:

  1. looks similar to adai.love the combo.

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  2. wow, that sounds easy and healthy, doesn't need overnight fermentation, exactly my kind of dosa then :)

    Do they become crispy or just soft? I was asking as my son prefers crispy. Is there a way to make them crispy, if they are not by default? (respond in email please) :)

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  3. True Priya.They looks real soft.I feel like having tomato chutney with that.Came out well.

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  4. Healthy dosa... Would be great to have with coconut chutney

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  5. wooww.. dosa looks perfect. healthy dish. haven't been making anything wiht quinoa these days. will try this recipe..

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  6. Wow, These are like Adais with quinoa .. looks super delish!

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  7. They look perfect...just like thick rice dosa...Healthy...

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  8. That rich, seem crepes .. the notes, I love the recipe and the cream and cauliflower great .. hugs MARIMI

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  9. Healthy and perfect dosa..would love to have this with coconut chutney and sambhar..mmm..YUM!

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  10. Nice idea to use quinoa. They look delicious.
    Mimi

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  11. Thanks for such great recipes! I was wondering if this can be made without rice? Can the recipe be tweaked to omit rice?
    Thanks much!!

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  12. One more healthy dosa! Priya, what do you mean by leaving at room temperature? Do you want the batter to sit for sometime before using it or do we need to leave it overnight? (I read no fermentation.)

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  13. jolie crêpe bien croustillante j'adore
    joyeuse pâque
    bonne soirée

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  14. I too make dhal with quinoa , never added garlic and saunf ..sure when i grind this time going to try adding this...

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  15. Delicious adai, nice combo of ingredients.

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  16. Indeed it look super soft and spongy.

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  17. delicious healthy combination for the dosa

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  18. lovely idea- looks yum n sounds great !

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  19. healthy and yummiful!...looks tempting!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  20. Nice healthy dal Dosai looks delicious.

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  21. never thought of this :) i like ur creativity

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  22. Very healthy dosa...Great boost of nutrients...

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  23. wow...wat a cool idea...love how healthy this sounds...:)

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  24. I must say, it looks difficult to me, maybe one day I have to go to a class to learn to make dosa, I really need to see it done 'live' to try!

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  25. Interesting use of dhals and quinoa.Love the fact that they dont need fementing.Priya your family must be the healthiest family around with such nutritious dishes you make.

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  26. awesome combination!! I can see myself making this for tomorrow!

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  27. WoW!!! What an awesome, healthy & delicious recipe!!! Priya, why dont u write a cookbook??? You come up with such fantastic recipes!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  28. is something similar to adai?....healthy it is!

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