Monday, December 13, 2010

Instant oats dosa recipe

     Instant oats dosa is one which often helps me when I am hungry and need something quick, filling but guilt free. This is so easy to make just whip up everything and make dosa, no other fancy things to do! It comes out crispy and tasty too!

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Instant oats dosa recipe

Indian Breakfast
Prep Time: 5 mins    |  Cook time: 5 mins per dosa    Makes: 10 dosas

Ingredients

Quick cook oats       3/4 cup
Rice flour                 1/4 cup
Wheat flour              1/4 cup
Green chilli               1 no, chopped
Coriander leaves      1 tblsp,chopped
Ginger chopped       1 tsp
Cumin seeds/jeera   1 tsp
Pepper                    1 tsp
Onion                      1, chopped
Salt                          as needed
Water                      as needed


Method

  1. Make a thin batter of the all the ingredients except onion. You can mix onion in the batter as well. No issues.
  2. oats-breakfast
  3. Heat dosa pan and sprinkle the onions, if not mixed with the batter and then pour the batter to make dosa. Sprinkle little oil. Cook in medium flame and no need to flip,when the dosa becomes golden brown,take out and transfer to the serving plate.
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Notes

  • You can omit onion and just make it plain oats dosa.
  • You can also mix the onion with the batter itself.
  • The consistency should be watery as we do for rawa dosa. Or you can make thick batter and make thick dosas as well.
  • Since we dont add much oil and oats have a dry texture,better eat it dunked in sambhar or chutney Winking smile.
                                                      Serve hot with podi and chutney or sambar!

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74 comments:

  1. omg, seriously it does look like rava dosa...so perfect...U rock gal...

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  2. wow so healthy and lovely dosa dear....

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  3. Nice Dosas! /better eat it dunked in sambhar or chutney/ I agree!! ;)

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  4. Resembling rava dosa, gorgeous :):)

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  5. Healthy and tasty dosas...this had been on my todo list for long urs tempt me so much. With oats I luv almost anything

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  6. Healthy tasty and easy dosa.Love it .Will try soon.

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  7. Healthy and delicious Oats dosai.

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  8. Hey Raji,

    Love cooking with oats for its healthy...Have tried many with oats!!Love your yummy dosai...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytoocokrecipes.blogspot.com

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  9. Nice one yaar... looks like rava dosa..

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  10. Sooooper.. love oats dosa.. your version is yummy too :)

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  11. thats a great recipe...perfect for my 7 a.m. breakfast session for hubby and we will need this in Jan after all these festive eating. bookmarked.

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  12. Looks delicious, one more treasured recipe for oats. Thanks Raks for sharing.

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  13. I too make it the same way.looks nice :)

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  14. Great looking crispy dosa, great recipe..

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  15. Just yesterday my mom was asking what to do of the Oats pack.. as she read its v healthy .. and i told her typical pudding recipe ..

    but she will love this one ! thanks for sharing dear :)

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  16. i gonna try this,..looks so yum,.

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  17. மிகவும் ஹெல்தியான காலை நேர சிற்றுண்டி...பகிர்வுக்கு மிகவும் நன்றி ராஜி...

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  18. Super yummy treat for Morning BF offcourse for dinner too.. Pictures are beautiful as usual ... the platter looks too tempting with sambar and dosai...

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  19. Healthy and delicious breakfast..superb

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  20. Dosa looks truly tempting...Beautifully photographed!!

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  21. looks too good...gonna make it soon!

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  22. Oat dosa looks so good. A quick, healthy and delicious recipe. Is there any substitute for rice flour?

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  23. Crispy, yummy dosa on the fly, healthy too! This will soon become a regular item in my home :)

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  24. crispy delicious dosa healthy too

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  25. healthy and lovely dosai, looks great

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  26. healthy dosa.....looks yummy!!

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  27. looks yummy and healthy dosa.....

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  28. Healthy dosa,seen very much similar to ravva dosa

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  29. hey, those are sure lovely and amazing looking dosa, never had quick oats dosa, must try.

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  30. Instant tiffins are always handy! great with sambar i guess!

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  31. Lovely dosas and very nice recipe!!

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  32. A very new n interesting way to make dosas..looks very delicious, a must try recipe.


    US Masala

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  33. sensational! thanks for sharing this simple and super healthy recipe.

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  34. Rachana,rice flour is for making the dosa crisp,you can use wheat flour,but the pores will not be formed like this...

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  35. Hi Raks.. the dosas are the same way I make maida dosa.. I never thought of using Oats till now.. A healthy tasty dosa..

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  36. This is so similar to rava dosa...I love the color. Bookmarked Raks!

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  37. wow!looks colorful.delicious

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  38. Looks hearty and healthy. And it is so easy to make.

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  39. Delicious n healthy!!
    I need to try them...

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  40. There is an award waiting for you dear..please collect:)
    Love,
    Suja

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  41. Hi Raks, U r tagged dear..Check my blog for details and keep the chain going..

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  42. Thats one healthy Dosa!!!! bookmarking it :)

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  43. wow! Healthy Choice Thanks for Sharing!

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  44. Hi...
    Yummy and healthy recipe :)

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  45. Ots dosai looks delicious and inviting!!

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  46. Have been looking for healthy recipes for kids and this one looks yummy..Thanks for sharing!!
    Loved your blog too..

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  49. Hi Rak, I am new to this blog and i m following your receipes now a days. Your dishes and display photos r very good. V had good n healthy oats dosa for dinner today.

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  50. Hi

    Good one . I tried http://dhomefood.blogspot.com/2011/11/oats-dosai.html from Saffola Oats Recipes Book. Try whenever u r free.

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  51. hey dear.i tried 2 -3 times.its so tasty,bt d pblm i face s it always stick on pan,bt ma pan s new one also..ny solution for dis pblm

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  52. Healthy Breakfast....i just love it....:)

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  53. Hi Raks ,
    The dosas look lovely..just had a doubt..will u have to powder oats or use it as it is?will the flakes not be a hindrance in flattening the batter ? Pls do reply :) wanna try it asap :) :)

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  54. Shweta, we are just pouring the batter like we do for rava dosa. As we are not spreading it wont be a problem, if you want to powder you can sure try that, just powder it before you make batter.

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  55. Hi,

    I made this and it came out amazingly good. I have shared the recipe on my blog - http://nivedhanams.blogspot.in/2012/09/oats-dosai.html

    Please share your valuable comments
    Sowmya

    Ongoing Event - Coconut

    Ongoing Event - Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids - Combo Meals

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  56. Hi raji, really loved ur oats dose recipe.i tried it just now and it turned out great. I wondered how the oats would cook as it was raw..but it turned out really good. Y don't you add some more healthy recipes for weight watchers??

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  57. Hi Rajeshwari,
    I visit your blog often and love your recipe. Tried the oats dosai yesterday and it came out superb.
    Thanks for all the wonderful recipes, makes my life easy. I dont have to answer the question of what to cook :-).

    Vaishalini

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  58. How many doses come out in this ratio? I'm trying to make it tonight and I don't want to mix it twice :)

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  59. I made these with a bit of a change, they were superbly delicious :) It will now be a standard breakfast feature in my kitchen now.

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  60. I made this dosas at home and it turned out delicious. Also no lengthy procedure of soaking or grinding. Very instant even to serve surprise guests at home

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  61. Hi Raks,
    I tried to make this dosa y'day. The taste was good..But i had a problem..I couldnt take the entire dosa out of the pan..It was torn :O I felt something must be added to bind my dosa..What mistake i might be making?? Any idea??

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    1. Rice and wheat flour is enough to bind the dosa. If oats is more, then this might happen. If happens again, add a laddle full of wheat flour to the batter and mix again to make dosa. Make sure the dosa is not too thick. Add water if its too thick. Hope I helped u

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  62. cook oates?
    what it means?
    powdered quacker oates or cooked oates?

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  63. I omitted the rice and the wheat flour,and yet it was yummy !!! Thanks for this extra easy recipe.

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  64. Mine came out like adai. .I din have ginger on the house so I added schzewan paste..I love curry leaves and the fragrance of hing so added them as well..thanks..

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