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by shauravi malik

BY MONALISA MEHROTRA

I love whole grains. Period. If any dish is made with whole grains, I eat it with my eyes shut. Besides, I’ve grown up eating kambu dosai, so you would know how much love I’ve for everything millets. Take it a notch up. Add sprouts and millets dosa recipe will see an amped-up nutritious value, ideal for breakfast or lunch meal. I think it’s high time – millets, the traditional supergrain found a foothold in our kitchens, hearts, and tummies. Those who know me well have always known the fact that I try to incorporate millets into my diet whenever possible. My family is always open to trying out new millet recipes. I’ll try to keep you posted all about my millet journey as much and far as possible. For now, here’s presenting to you my tried and tested recipe.

Buy your pack of instant millet dosa now and make 9-10 dosa from this millet dosa batter!

Why millets?

Millets are also known as poor man’s food but now it’s finding a way into everyone’s diet due to the enormous health benefits in offering. Right from being loaded with good fats that the body needs, to helping lower cardiovascular problems, and improving the immune system, millets help regulate blood sugar. Millets is also an ideal food for diabetes patients. A millets-rich meal is diabetic-friendly! Isn’t it a good choice to make dosa batter by substituting rice with millets? Also, if you want to lose weight, include millets in your diet and see how it rewards you. 

Also read: 8 Millet Recipes Using Different Millet Varieties

Dosas have earned quite a reputation. Also consumed as savory pancakes abroad, this food recipe is gut-friendly and nutritious. Processed in a food processor and combined with water, the mixture makes a thin batter that ferments until flavourful. The batter is spread out on a hot pan and cooked similar to a crepe until crisp and delicious. I just used the regular dosa recipe but enhanced it nutritionally with barnyard millet to it and it tases so well. This no-rice, barnyard millet dosa, is the best way to start if you haven’t yet included millets in your diet as they are gluten-free and diabetic friendly as well.

I have been trying different millet recipes like Organic Brown Rice Khichdi and Millet And Mushroom Risotto.

Here’s presenting to you a tried and tested recipe for barnyard millet (‘Kudhiravaali’ in Tamil) dosa, which all of us in our family love. These dosas contain absolutely no rice, and taste just like the regular ones – no one can tell the difference! They are supposed to be more filling, yet lighter on the digestive system than the rice-based dosas.

Sprouts and Millets Dosa

Sprouts And Millets Dosa

Sprouts and millets dosa or barnyard millet dosa recipe

Dosas- healthier than ever before! Highly nutritious, gluten-free, and easy-to-digest.  Breakfast Barnyard Millet Dosa Recipe European Print This
Serves: 2 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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Ingredients

1. 1 cup of moong sprouts

2. 1/3 cup of barnyard millet

3. ½ inch piece of ginger

4. ½ tsp fenugreek seeds/ methi

5. A pinch of asafoetida/hing

6. Salt – optional/to taste

7. Water to adjust consistency

Instructions

1. Soak barnyard millets with methi seeds in water for 45 minutes.

2. In a blender, take moong sprouts, drain barnyard millet, ginger, asafetida, salt, and water.

3. Grind to a coarse paste. And keep aside for 15 minutes.

4. Adjust the consistency of the batter with more water if you want. The batter should be normal dosa batter consistency.

5. Heat a dosa tawa on low heat, and pour ladle full of batter onto the tawa, and spread it in a circular motion.

6. Add ghee on the sides and once one side is done flip and cook on the other.

7. Serve with your favorite chutney.

 

Watch this sprouts and millets dosa recipe video:

 

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