Quick and Instant Oats Dosa | Diet Style Dosa Recipe

oats dosa

Mostly people who plan for a weight loss diet will have oats handy. Though most of us don’t know the health benefits of oats, we think that it is good for our weight loss diet. Oats has more soluble fibers and thereby helps in absorption, assimilation and throw out of bad cholestrol. It is also something quick to prepare and working people feel the comfort. I am not a great fan of oats. But if I am pretty lazy to prepare a good breakfast, I would use oats and make porridge.

This oats dosa is something new to me and I learnt it from Padhus Kitchen. I tried it with some modification as per my taste. In simple words, I did not add the additional flavoring ingredients like onion and chillies. Also I added some wheat flour for making the batter smooth. It was really to asy to make these dosas. And the dosa was very soft to chew and was good in taste. Hope I will make this often for my breakfast. Check out other dosas for diet recipes too..


Notes
  1. This dosa will not be crispy and all. It will be soft and soggy only.
  2. Follow the exact measurements for best results.
  3. Be careful while adding water. Too much of water will spoil the recipe. Less water will yield a thick dosa without bubbles.
  4. Don’t let it rest for more than an hour. It will be difficult to make the dosa. Better make the batter and make dosas immediately for best results.
Recipe Source : Padhu’s Kitchen – Oats Dosa (Modified)

oats dosa

Instant Oats Dosa

Prep Time :
Cooking Time:
Yield:
6 to 8 Dosas
Serving Size: 3 Dosas Calories per Serving: 250

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of oats, instant or rolled
  • 1/4 cup of sooji
  • 1/4 cup of rice flour
  • 1/4 cup of wheat flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • a pinch of asafoetida
  • 1 tablespoon of curd
  • one or two cups of water
  • oil for greasing
  • salt for taste

Quick Procedure

  • Take oats, rice flour, wheat flour and sooji in a blender. Grind them once or twice. Add curd and a cup of water. Grind them once again.
  • Transfer to a bowl and add cumin seeds, salt and asafoetida. Add little more water to make the batter thin.
  • Heat a griddle and make dosas. You should pour the batter from a feet of height and around the corners first. Then fill the gap at the center, little by little. Use non-stick griddle for better results.

Step-wise Pictures

1. Take oats, rice flour, wheat flour and sooji in a blender.
2. Grind them once or twice.
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3. Add curd and a cup of water.
4. Grind them once again.
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5. Transfer to a bowl and add cumin seeds, salt and asafoetida.
6. Add little more water to make the batter thin.
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7. Heat a griddle and make dosas. You should pour the batter from a feet of height and around the corners first. Then fill the gap at the center, little by little. Use non-stick griddle for better results.
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oats dosa

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