Vegetable Dosa

I try to sneak in vegetables where ever I can for my kids. This is a very healthy after school snack for my son. It can be prepared in a jify if you have the regular dosa batter in hand as I always do.

1. Regular Dosa Batter
2. Carrots – 2
3. Beetroot -1
4. Spring Onions – 1/2 bunch or regular onion – 1
5. Bell Peppers – 1/4 or 1/2
6. Green Chilli – 1 or 2
7. Corriander Leaves – handful

1. Grate carrots and beetroot.
2. Cut spring bell peppers, onions, coriander leaves and chillies
3. Season mustard seeds, curry leaves , chillies with little oil.
4. Pour the seasoning in the batter, add all the veggies and mix thoroughly.
5. Make thick uthappam like dosa and serve with any accompaniment of choice. My son usually needs the millagai podi/gun powder with this.

1. I normally cut all the veggies into big chunks and put it in the food chopper to get finely minced pieces. I don’t grate/cut them.
2. I add green chiili paste instead of chillies so it is easier to feed the kids.

I am sending this ‘Pink Beauty’ to Harini’s FIC hosted by Priya for the Pink/Rose event


Green Peas Dosa

Green Peas Dosa

Green Peas Dosa

Moong Dal – 1 cup
Fresh Green Peas – 1 cup
Green chillies – 3/4

1. Soak the moong dal for an hour.
2. If using frozen peas, thaw and blend with dal , chillies and salt.
3. Make dosa like utappam and serve hot with any chutney.
4. Bell Pepper Chutney will go well with this.

I am sending this to ‘My legume love affair – eight helping’ event hosted in ‘The Well Seasoned Cook’.

Oats Dosa


oats dosa

Oats – 2 cups
Rice Flour – 1 cup
Rava – 1 cup
Buttermilk – 1 cup
Water – 1 cup
Green Chilli Paste – 1 teaspoon

Mustard seeds
Curry Leaves

1.Dry roast the sooji.
2. Add oats, rice flour , chilli paste and salt.
3. Make a batter with buttermilk and water.
4. Make seasoning with mustard seeds and curry leaves and pour it on the batter.
5. If the batter is too thick, add water and make it to the required consistency. (It should be very thin)
6.Make small dosas and serve with Milagai Podi/Gun Powder.

When I use the old fashioned oats, I soak it in hot water for an hour before making the batter.