Friday, 16 March 2012

Kadhamba Dosai | Multi Grain Dosa

Are you a person who cannot think of foregoing breakfast? Do you like South Indian Food? Are you a fan of Dosa? Uffff...So many questions at the start of the post!!Well, that was just to get you interested in this week's recipes.For this months Blogging Marathon,I have chosen to do '7 days of dosas'.

The theme may sound boring and not-so-exciting for many. But for me it was challenging. I already have a yummy selection of dosas and adai [you can see them at the end of this post] and I was prepared to dish out seven other varieties.Mom was equally eager to know what I was planning and we set out to chart the 7 types of dosas.So be sure to drop in everyday and savor them.

Today is a recipe for an instant dosa. I love instant dosas as they need no fermentation and can be prepared at the drop of a hat! I have already blogged about a Multi flour dosa but this is another version that uses the left over dosa batter. Along with it are other grains that give it a nice taste and increase the nutritional value of the dish.



I used:

Whole wheat flour - 1/4 cup
Left over dosa batter - 1 cup
Buckwheat flour-1/4 cup
Powdered oats - 1/4
Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste

  1. Take all the ingredients in a bowl and add water little by little to get a lump free batter of pouring consistency.
  2. Heat a griddle and pour a ladle of batter in the center and spread it to a circle.Drizzle oil around the edges and cook till the edges leave the griddle.
  3. Flip it over and cook for another 2 minutes.
  4. Repeat for the remaining batter.
  5. Serve hot with a chutney / sambar.



Note:

  • You can also add barley flour, ragi flour etc.
  • Roasted and powdered flax seeds[1 tablespoon] can be added.
  • Adding sesame seeds-[1 teaspoon] will give a nice flavor to the dosa.
  • The dosa batter contains salt so check before adding extra.

Here are some dosa varieties that you might like to try....


Sprouted Moong dosai
Chettinad Dosai
Soya bean Dosa
Galettes De Sarrasin French Buckwheat crepes
Instant Kambu-Oats Dosai
Tofu Masala Roast
Soya Cornmeal Dosa
Kollu Dosai - Horsegram Crepes
Masala dosai
Onion roast
Moong dosai
Tomato Dosa
Koolu dosai/Horsegram dosa/Horse gram crepes
Multi flour dosa
Instant oats dosa
Savory Oats Crepes
Instant Oats-Sago Dosa
Cornmeal dosa
Wheat flour dosai
Instant Ragi Dosai
Kaara Rotti
Moong dosai
Onion Roast
Uthappam
Masala Dosai
Ghee roast/Nei dosai
Instant Rava Roast

Adai Varieties :

Adai
Barley Adai
Oats Sago Adai
Vegetable Adai
Ragi Adai with herbs

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#14

Bon Appetit...

28 comments:

  1. wheat dosa looks perfect

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  2. you are building up a lovely collection of dosas. liked the idea.

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  3. I just made dosa for the first time this week ....I will have to try one of your numerous varieties!

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  4. Wow healthy dosa.... N surprised to see so many varieties... Book marked dear...

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  5. Delicious and healthy dosa....

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  6. Awonderful dosa collection that you have PJ.... I love this latest addition as well..:))
    Too good..
    Hope and your baby are fine..:)
    Hugs,
    Reva

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  7. That's quite a long list of Dosas you have PJ, I know I will be marking up your next 7 dishes...Do we get Buckwheat flour in south, what's it called in tamil? I always forget to find out what it's called when I go to the super market..

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  8. Srivalli,I got a pack of buckwheat flour from China. I have not seen it here...

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  9. You have made the left over batter so healthy :) the huge list below..i am zapped..:) awesome PJ

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  10. i love dosas and this looks really interesting :)
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  11. Totally knocked down by your dosa list :)). The multigrain dosa will be another nice addition to the list.

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  12. all I can say is wow!! wow!! wow!!..this list of dosas is mindblowing!!..love the present one too..bookmarked.

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  13. Awesome dosa and healthy tooo :)

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  14. there is a big list at the end. wow.
    nice dosa from leftover.
    SPICE UP THE CURRY

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  15. Pj.....you have a huge Dosa collection.......Minus buckwheat i am trying this:-)

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  16. So many different dosa recipe s you have Pj and this one is very healthy dosa and like that plater.

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  17. I should have seen your dosa recipe, I was wondering what I can do with very little leftover dosa batter. Nice one, I can make use of this recipe now. Looks delicious

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  18. Nice one PJ, healthy dosa must be tasting nice with lot of other ingredients, I do use buck wheat in making chapatis and baking, never used it dosa so far, I think you live in UK right ?, If you have anything health-wise shops around check out there you can get buck wheat flour, I get it here even in Asian shops, I think Buck wheat is called kottu in Tamil.,

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  19. very nice health recipe.

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  20. This dosa sure sounds very healthy. I would love to add sesame seeds to this dosa batter.

    Btw, Buckwheat flour is kuttu flour.

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  21. healthy combination, dosa sounds filling n yummy too..will try it nexttime...thanks for sharing!!
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  22. Jayasri I am not sure what buckwheat is called in tamil.As Harini mentioned it is called kuttu ka atta in hindi

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  23. Nutritious Dosa, love ur dosa collection PJ!!!!

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  24. Love the boost of nutrition with those flours.

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