Â delicious Moong dal Oats Dosa!
Dosa is a traditional Indian breakfast, that is often understood as a high-calorie dish. But itâ€™s the ingredients and method of cooking that make up the calories and todayâ€™s recipe is one that will make you a dosa lover! This dosa is made from Moong dal, Oats, and rice flour. The protein from moong dal, fiber from oats and carbs from the rice makes it a balanced dish. So prepare this lip-smacking dosa recipe for your breakfast, lunch or dinner and youâ€™ll never complain about dosas not being healthy.
Yellow moong dal is extremely light and easy to digest. It is easier to cook compared to other dals and one of the best low carb dal available. On other hands, rolled oats are also very easy to cook. Todayâ€™s recipe combines the best from both of these superfoods to present you with Moong Dal Oats Dosa.
The list of ingredients is relatively small with very little prep work involved compared to other dosa recipes. As I mentioned earlier, yellow moong dal is very easy to cook, however, you will have to soak it in water for a couple of hours to get the best results. Check out my video instructions to see how you can prepare the cone dosa to get your kids excited 🙂 Serve them up with your favorite side dishes like Chutney, Sambar or even fruit jam!
Check out my affiliate link for the griddle, if you are interested in purchasing the same model. Griddles come very handily in preparing crispy dosas! If you are looking for other recipes with yellow moong dal, check out my snack recipe for â€œRoasted Yellow Moong Dalâ€. Try them today!
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Hereâ€™s the recipe detailsâ€¦.
Moong Dal Oats Dosa
- Soak Yellow Moong Dal in water for at least 2 hours.Drain the water and blend with all other ingredients with water except rice flour.
- Pour the batter into a bowl and mix in the rice flour. Mix well to remove all lumps.
- Heat the griddle or skillet, pour the batter on to griddle and spread it thin to a round shape. Drizzle a couple of drops of oil.
When dosa turns golden brown, reduce the heat.
- If you prefer a cone dosa: With a scissor, make a cut starting from the outer end and cut to the center.
Roll the dosa, starting from the cut to end in a cone shape.
Serve them hot with coconut chutney or sambar!