Instant Spicy Vegetable Oats Dosa is an easy instant breakfast and healthy breakfast dish made with oats, rice flour, rava and vegetables. It only takes about 10 to 15 minutes to get all the ingredients ready to make the dosas.
We are starting the BM#82 week 3 and I will sharing some Crepes for all time. Actually when I thought of this theme, I only had Crepes as in from France. However, when my friends wanted to confirm if they can share pancakes, dosas ect, I thought why not make it board and give everybody a chance to try their own choice.
Then I completely forgot and wasn’t prepared as well. I saw that first two weeks were all about our Indian Dosa and only handful crepes came about. That’s when I decided that I might end up making Indian Crepe or Dosas as well!
Its like this, time seem to be running very tight and hardly anytime to plan a new thing or experiment. Known dish and a variety in it is much better than a new one and not having a backup plan. So it was to be Dosas. I guess many know of my love to Dosas and my ambition to have 101 Dosa Variety. I have almost covered more than that between my two blogs.
Today’s version is with Oats and it’s an instant version, diabetic friendly, though I do use a small amount of rice flour in it. Since even 1 dosa makes it very filling, I decided it can be served as a diabetic friendly breakfast dish.
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Instant Spicy Vegetable Oats Dosa
1 cup Oats
1/4 cup Rice Flour
1/4 cup Semolina /Rava
1 tsp Cumin Seeds /Jeera
1/4 cup Onion finely chopped
1/2 cup Carrots grated
1 no Green Chillies finely chopped
A Pinch Cooking Soda
Cooking Oil for cooking
Salt to Taste
Water as required
How to make the Instant Spicy Vegetable Oats Dosa
Heat a nonstick pan and dry roast oats till well roasted Takes about few minutes. Allow to cool down.
Pulse the roasted oats in a mixer to get a fine powder.
Add rice flour, rava along with salt and cooking soda.
Heat the pan again with few drops of oil and saute the finely chopped onions.
Add finely chopped green chilies, cumin seeds and the roasted onions to the oats mix and mix well.
Now slowly add water and make a thin batter.
Heat a dosa tawa and grease with few drops of oil
Pour a ladleful of batter and quickly spread to make like your regular dosa.
Drizzle oil over the dosa and flip to the other side to cook. Takes about 1 to 2 minutes to make a dosa.
Serve with Coconut Chutney.
If the tawa is very hot, the dosas will not spread properly.
To get crispy dosas, the batter should be on the thinner side.
If you use a pan with raised sides, you can easily pour and circle the pan to get the batter spread all over. This way you can get crispy, thin crepes.