Saturday, November 4, 2017

Multigrains South Indian Crepes/Multigrains Dosa

Dosa or idlies are popular South Indian breakfast especially in Tamil nadu, obviously you may cross numerous varieties of South Indian crepes aka dosas in this virtual world. If i forget to grind usual rice-urad dal idly batter,obviously my mind will go either for non fermentation dosa batters or else for mixed grains dosa batter. Sometimes i mix and match the ingredients,needless to say my space have a variety of dosas. My today's post is one of my recent trial with handful varieties of grains, yes this dosa batter have grains like fingermillet, pearl millet,little millet, barnyard millet,barley, quinoa, kodomillet,brown rice and oats in it. Extremely wholesome and nutritious, these dosas are definitely prefect to kick start your day with.

Multigrain Indian Crepes, Multigrain Dosas

Since i picked Crepes for all times as theme for this week's blogging marathon, i couldnt stop myself preparing multigrains batter for dishing out some ultimate crispy dosas out of it. Served with spicy coconut chutney or else with sambar, one can finish their meal easily in a healthy way. However coming to this ultimate multigrains dosa, they makes an excellent breakfast, tiffin,dinner and they tastes simply awesome with any side dish. I served mine with both chutney and idly podi.

Multigrain Dosa, Vegan Multigrain Crepes

2cups Mixed Grains
1cup Brown rice
1cup Parboiled rice
1cup Urad dal
1/2tsp Fenugreek seeds

Wash well and soak the both rices and mixed grains with enough water for 4 hours.

Soak the urad dal with fenugreek seeds separately for 4hours.

Drain the water from urad dal and grind it as fine paste.

Transfer the urad dal batter to a vessel and grind now the soaked mixed grains- rice mixture.

Grind them as bit coarse paste.

Now mix both the urad dal batter with rice-mixed grains batter, add salt and keep aside for overnite.

Multigrains Indian Dosa

After fermentation, give a stir.

Heat a nonstick tawa or a pan for making dosas, once the pan is hot, grease the pan with a paper towel and oil, drop a ladle of this batter and spread as a thin dosa.

Drizzle oil , flip and cook on both sides until the dosa turns crispy.

Serve warm with chutneys or idlipodi.

13 comments: said... Reply To This Comment

Somehow I'm not able to make good dosa and I love to eat dosa. Who would not drool over this healthy and scrumptious dosa

cookingwithsapana said... Reply To This Comment

Multigrain crepes are a healthy variation to the regular ones. Bookmarked to try soon.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

Wow, what nutritious and delicious dosa these are. They look so crispy and delicious.

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Wow ! You have a real innovative Dosa which is so healthy . Only you can think of such dishes , seriously . The Dosa looks nice and crunchy too .

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

woow such a delicious and healthy dosa... look at the colour of foss so crisp

Srividhya said... Reply To This Comment

Wow awesome. The goodness of all multigrains in the humble dosa. Simply superb.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

I have been seeing Multigrain packets in the local stores. I should give it a try. This dosa looks marvelous and something we would love for dinner.

Jayashree said... Reply To This Comment

I too love to add millets to my adai. Nice, healthy version.

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

That is a power packed dosa there. Wondering what grains were added as part of multigrains.

Archana said... Reply To This Comment

That is one delicious power packed dosa.

veena said... Reply To This Comment

That is a delicious and very nutritious dosai

Padmajha said... Reply To This Comment

Such a healthy version of teh regular dosa.Good one priya!

veena said... Reply To This Comment

That is a lovely dosa and I love the way you have presented. Looks very inviting