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OATS IDLY

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Healthy oats idli will surely make a good breakfast recipe! Try it:)


INGREDIENTS: Oats - 2 cupsRava/semolina -1 cupChana dal -1 tspUrad dal - 1 tspMustard seeds - 1 tspGreen chillies - 2 to 3Coriander - 2 tbspCurry leaves - handfulBaking soda - 1/2 tspCurds - 1/2 cupWater - to adjust to idli batter consistency. Make sure its not too watery.Oil for frying and greasing the idli moulds.
HOW TO MAKE: Take a frying pan and dry roast the oats for 3 minutes and allow it to cool.Then grind them to a fine powder.Now add 2 tsp oil to the frying pan, add in mustard seeds, chana dal, urad dal .Once they start sputtering add in the rava/semolina and fry well for few minutes until you get a nice aroma on medium flame.At the end add in the powdered oatsand mix well.Switch off and let the mixture cool down.Add salt to taste , curry leaves and coriander leaves .Now add in the curds and required water to get a thick batter consistency.Lastly add the baking soda and mix well.Allow the batter to stay for 10…

ONION RAVA ROAST DOSA(SEMOLINA ROAST DOSA)

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Onion Rava dosa or Rava Roast is a breakfast special from south India.It is an instant dosa which can be prepared at home with minimum ingredients and time.Rava roast tastes best when it is thin and crispier!Read on for the recipe!




INGREDIENTS:Roasted Rava - 1 cupRice flour - 1 cupMaida or All purpose flour - 2 TbspChillies - 2 or 3 finely cutOnion - finely chopped - 2Jeera or cumin seeds - 2 TbspCoriander leaves - 2 tspCurry leavesSalt to tasteButtermilk - 3 cups(or water can also be used)

HOW TO MAKE:

Take a mixing bowl and mix all the flours with Jeera, finely chopped green chilies, coriander leaves, curry leaves, salt and add buttermilk/water to get a thin batter without lumps. The batter consistency should be pouring consistency and not spreading consistency.Allow the batter to rest for 10 minutes.Heat the tava/pan .
Now start pouring the batter from the edge of the pan to get a thin layer of dosa. You will see some pores..leave them like that as they allow in dosa becoming crisp. …