Monday, August 27, 2012

Foxtail Millet Savoury Crepes/ Thinai Paruppu Adai

If you searching for a healthy,fibre rich protein packed dinner, definitely this healthy dal crepes with foxtail millet will satisfy you. Wat all you need is to soak the dals and millet together for 4 hours and grind them as batter,make them as this fantastic crepes and enjoy with spicy coconut chutney, yeah its soo simple and easy na. No fermentation, no other complications,also this healthy crepes suits even more prefect for your breakfast too. We dont have Indian foods for our breakfast,so most of these healthy dishes are relished by us only during dinner. Give a try friends, also its a best and better way to sneak healthy foxtail millets.  Sending this healthy dish to CWS- Rye or Millet guest hosted by Simona..




1cup Foxtail Millet/Thinai arisi
1/2cup Channadal
1/2cup Toor dal
1/2cup Yellow moongdal
1/2cup Urad dal
1/4cup Brown rice
4nos Dry red chillies
1tsp Fennel seeds
1tsp Ginger (grated)
Salt
1/2cup Chopped spring onions

Soak the foxtail millet, brown rice along with all dals for atleast 4 hours.

Grind the millet,dal mixture with dry red chillies, fennel seeds, grated ginger with enough water and salt as bit coarse paste.

Finally add the spring onions and give a stir.

Heat a nonstick pan,pour a ladle of this adai batter, drizzle the oil and cook on both sides until the adai get well cooked.

Serve hot with spicy coconut chutney..

38 comments:

  1. wow! what a healthy way to incorporate such healthy items into ur food :)

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  2. Healthy adai...
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  3. Thxs for sharing this adai!!looks very tasty n healthy.....

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  4. These are super healthy and taste great too!

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  5. Wow! LOOKS HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS.

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  6. another unique , healthy dish from u priya :)

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  7. These are looking super healthy and nice breakfast items..

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  8. Really healthy adai.. n like thinai maavu get it from Palani murugan temple as prasatham... bookmarked it dear...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  9. healthy adai Ongoing event " Party snacks",more detais : http://en-iniyaillam.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/party-snacks-event-announcement.html

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  10. I hav enot made any kind of dosa for long, this looks healthy and yumm

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  11. Dinner last night was adai... I have thinai maavu but did not have the brains to add it to adai... will try that next time. Thank you for the idea.

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  12. yumm, delicious looking pancakes or are they crepes?

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  13. Never heard of foxtail millet what is it known as in India, the adai look very tempting.......

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  14. Healthy and tasty adai,thanks for sharing.

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  15. Health as usual..And I crave for this !

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  16. Looks yumm! Love that you made it with millet.

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  17. Adai is sth that grew on me . I never enjoyed it as a child but I love it now

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  18. Another perfectly good use of foxtail millet, kudos to you Priya!

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  19. Wow!!!that sounds inviting and healthy...

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  20. Delicious Adai. Love it you used healthy grain.

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  21. Oh this is really healthy version adai..Apart from thenai ladoo, I never tried any thing..looks Delicious:)

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  22. Very tempting and unique as usual :)

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  23. Super healthy brkfast

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  24. My favourite millet ... in a super delicious dish..:))
    Reva

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  25. Healthy protein packed adai. loved the idea of adding thenai

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  26. adai pramadhama irruku :) fresh and hot =YUM

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  27. I could have a couple right now! Thank you for contributing these nice crepes to Cooking with seeds.

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