Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Soyabean Dosa

I love crispy dosas especially for my dinner coz am not a breakfast person and i take hardly Indian dishes for my breakfast. Obviously we love to have idlies or dosas for our dinner quite often, this time i tried my hands in making dosa with soyabeans and they came out extremely crispy and tastewise i couldnt find anything different from the usual dosas.Seriously the addition of soya beans makes this usual dosa more nutritious and healthier than the usual dosas.

Finally i finished some leftover soya beans sitting in my pantry and happy that i got these crispy dosas out of them. Actually when i revealed about the addition of soyabeans to my family, they were really surprised. Soyabeans are good for health especially for a healthy heart and this legume is used in many ways in East Asian cuisines.Soyabeans may look tiny but healthwise they are higher in protein, just add in your diet atleast once a week or atleast twice a month. 


2cups Rice
1/4cup Urad dal
1cup Soya bean
Salt
1/4tsp Fenugreek seeds

Soak the soyabeans overnite with enough water.

Next day, soak the rice and urad dal with fenugreek seeds separately for 3-4hours.

Grind the urad dal, soyabeans as fine batter.

Grind  the rice as bit coarse batter with enough water in a grinder and add enough salt, mix both batter and keep it for fermentation.

The next day while making dosas, give a stir to the fermented batter.

If your batter is thick, just add water to make them little bit thin.

Heat a non stick pan, grease the pan with oil using a paper towel.

Now pour a spoonful of batter and turn in clockwise to small circles..

Drizzle few drops of oil around and flip the other side and cook well.

Serve this healthy dosas with any sort of spicy chutneys or sambhar..

29 comments:

  1. Oooo the dosa with chutney looks really yummm.

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  2. One healthy and crispy Dosa akka, looks inviting...

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  3. very very healthy dosa and chutney :) looks super inviting aks !!

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  4. very healthy dosa Priya! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Looks crispy and yummy...nice to have this healthy dosa for dinner..

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  6. healthy dosa.. my fav. I use flour instead

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  7. One healthy dosa recipe aks :) love the combinations here

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  8. ohhh.... such crispy and yummy dosas....

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  9. Priya, you are queen of Innovative cooking :) Super

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  10. Des crêpes très différentes des miennes. J'en mangerai avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  11. Hi Priya,
    Your dosa looks so good! I love eating dosa with coconut chutney!

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  12. These look delicious and that chutney is really tempting me. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  13. dosa dosa....it reminds me of madhavan in nala dhamayanti....paper dosa katale podalam...heheheh

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  14. yummy and healthy doosa priya....

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  15. You know we didn't make to sarvana when we were in paris, and now i am like why why why we didn't do it. Dosa looks so good.

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  16. Soyabeans Dosa is new to me.. Looks inviting ..

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  17. protien packed and healthy dosa realy..

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  18. hmm many dosa varieties .I will try def .you have wondeful recipe collection dear

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  19. Soyabean dosa,new to me.Looks yum.

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  20. Nice. Thanks for linking it to Gayathri's WTML Event.

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  21. Hi Priya,
    I tried this recipe and it came out very well. You have a great blog and thanks for sharing great recipes.

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