Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Oats Sambhar Bath

I love to add oats in my diet quite often, i can start my day easily with a bowl of oats porridge.Yep anything with oats will definitely satisfy my tastebuds completely.Two days back, i quickly prepared this healthy and super comforting sambhar bath quickly with rolled oats, cooked dal and with usual sambhar powder. I just went for tomatoes and onion instead of mixed veggies for making this sambhar bath, i enjoyed thoroughly this healthy and super filling oats sambhar bath for my breakfast.

As i told earlier,my theme for this week's blogging marathon is low fat breakfast, this oats sambhar bath suits prefectly for the theme. If you are bored of usual porridge,dosas or idlis with oats,give a try this super comforting food low fat breakfast.Check out the other marathoners running this 20th edition here.



2cups Rolled oats (dry roasted)
1/2cup Toor dal (cooked)
Salt
1tsp Oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/2tsp Urad dal
2nos Dry red chillies
A pinch Asafoetida powder
Few curry leaves
1no Onion (chopped finely)
2nos Tomatoes (chopped)
1tsp Sambhar powder
1tsp Lemon juice
Few chopped coriander leaves

Heat enough oil in a pressure cooker,let splutters the mustard seeds,urad dal and add the asafoetida powder,dry red chillies, curry leaves,fry them.

Now add the chopped onions,chopped tomatoes,cook until the onions turns transculent and tomatoes turns mushy.

Immediately add the sambhar powder,cooked toor dal and three cups of water, cook everything for few minutes..

Stir in the rolled oats,close the pressure cooker and cook for upto a whistle.

Once the steam gets released add the chopped coriander leaves,lemon juice to the oats sambhar bath and give a stir.

Enjoy this healthy dish simply with a paruppu thogayal.

47 comments:

  1. Wow.. I love the way you incorporate oats in the day to day cooking.. Oats bath looks super yum!!! And thank you so much for dropping by! :)

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  2. we eat oats a lot as porridge.. anything else is slightly difficult for us... so far have liked oats idli and oats adai... this looks very inviting

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  3. Very interesting one...really a super healthy n delicious recipe...thanks for sharing!!

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  4. Looks healthy and yum Priya - Question - was it Kozha Kozha by any chance? Oats has so much starch it tends to be that way sometimes -I guess the dry roasting helps ... will put on my list of things to try - I made pongal once with oats - hubby dear said, please stick to rice :(

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  5. just saw Sangee's Oats buttermilk,this is another interesting & yummy recipe with oats..Very delicious dear:)
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  6. mmmm...looks so yummy.. i am feeling hungry.

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  8. yummy

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  9. That's a healthy & flavorful dish..

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  10. Lovely recipe with oats!!! looks so much like bisi bela bath!!!

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  11. love this what a cool idea to add oats

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  12. Very healthy but scrumptious khuchdi. Love it dear.

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  13. Love this sambar bath ever....
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  14. Nice,healthy and delicious..sambhar bhath looks tempting..A must try!

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  15. Super and never thought of adding oats with sambar rice Priya.creative idea dear:)

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  16. Priya I will die for a bowl of this bliss.

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  17. My fav too...even i used to prepare the same way...Very healthy !

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  18. But never tried this with parupu thogayal..sounds very interesting, will try soon!!!

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  19. priya you do come up with the most innovative recipes :)

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  20. I don't think sambar sadam can be made any healthier than this! Yummm

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  21. delicious... love the addition of oats..

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  22. You come up with so many intresting recipes and this is one of them.

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  23. Healthy and delicious. Great use of oats.

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  24. That sounds like nice lunch idea! Simply delicious one!

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  25. Simple and filling recipe...healthy too...

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  26. looks so yummy and creamy...and so healthy with oats

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  27. Adding lemon juice instead of cookinh Tamarind juice is definitely a quicker option. Love this. Must try sometime

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  28. Sounds like a delicious variation from the usual oats dishes.

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  29. cud'nt have ever thought of this one..super duper recipe!

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  30. Have never had Oats with sambhar.
    Must try this out.

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  31. I definitely have to try this, oats in sambar, so innovative. Love it Priya!

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