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Monday, January 12, 2015

Millet Dosa | Millet Breakfast Recipes

Millet's are known for its health benefits.If you don't know what is millet make sure you read it before proceeding.
       Millet's can be consumed just like rice that said you can try a dosa with it.This millet dosa is very good for a healthy start of the day.If you are doing millet dosa for breakfast grind the batter the  day before and ferment it.
       I used samai/sama/little millet/chama for making this dosa.This Little millet dosa is very crisp and filling .You can try dosa with other Millet's too.I haven't used rice in this dosa because we normally eat rice every meal be it dosa,idly or for lunch .If you want to include rice add one cup, add 1/2 cup of urad Dal too and follow the same procedure.If you want the dosa to be soft you can add sabudana/javarisi while grinding.Sabudana has to be soaked along with little millet.

millet dosa

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Millet dosa                          Millet dosa for breakfast,dinner

 Cuisine: Indian Category:Breakfast|Dinner Yields:10-12 dosa Prep time:11 hours 10 minutes Cook time:20 minutes Total time:1 hours 30 minutes


Ingredients:
  • 1 cup saama/samai/little Millet.
  • 1/2 cup urad dal.
  • salt as required.
Method:
  • Soak little millet and urad dal together for 2-3 hours.
Little millet

Soaked millet and urad dal

  • Grind it to dosa batter consistency using indian mixer,wet grinder.
Dosa batter

  • Add required salt. Ferment the batter for 8 hours or overnight.
  • Apply oil to tava/dosa pan 
  • Add dosa batter in the middle make circles with the laddle.
Millet dosa in tava

Millet dosa ready


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17 comments:

  1. love this crispy dosa, my kids love only crispy one, i think your pan has lost non stick from sides that's why it sticks.

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    1. I don't have a non-stick pan for dosa making.Its a traditional iron pan,I falied to oil it before making dosa,Thats why the sides are falling apart.

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    2. You can add sabudana or rice to make it more soft.

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    3. No we like crispy , that's why I made it fresh for my kids

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  2. very healthy dosa,looks soo crisp!!

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  3. hmmm..totally wonderful presentation n dosa looks just tempting

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