It has been quite a while since I prepared dosas at home. I have been using quinoa very often these days and I was kind of getting a little bored with the routine Quinoa Biryani and Masala Quinoa. Don't we all resort to 'culinary experiments' only when we get bored of the routine? In that frame of mind,  I was thinking about how else I could use quinoa in our Indian style when I heard a friend mention about dosas with quinoa. Thats when I came up with this Multi grain dosa. I later came across many blogs where quinoa has been used to make dosas. One such blog is veginspirations.com. I am just about discovering the versatile nature of this wonder grain. And so I guess we could tinker around with the proportion of ingredients to get different textures. Here is how we ate dosas for breakfast.


Multi Grain Dosa


Ingredients - 


Rice 1 Cup
*Urad Dal 1/2 cup 
Rolled Oats 1/2 cup
Rolled Barley Flakes 1/2 cup
Quinoa Dry Roasted 1/2 cup
Fenugreek seeds (Menthulu) 1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste


*I used whole urad dal (the black dal with skin)


Method Of Preparation - 


Soak all the top 6 ingredients for about 3-4 hrs. (Whole urad dal needs atleast 12 hrs of soaking time).


Grind the soaked grains to a fine paste adding water as needed to make dosa batter. Add salt and mix well. The dosa tastes well if fermented for about 6-7 hrs but it is not necessary. (I tried both the ways and it didn't change the taste/texture of the dosas).


On a hot tava, drop a ladleful and spread the batter around in a circular shape quickly into a thin layer. Spray a little bit of oil if needed. (I don't use any oil as I use a non-stick pan)


After the dosa browns enough on one side, flip it onto the other side and let it cook for another 30 seconds or so and take the dosa off the pan.


Continue until required number of dosas are done. The left over batter can be refrigerated for further use.


This goes to Umm Mymoonah's  'Eat Well live well- heart friendly recipes'. I am looking for a  sensor enabled, no touch trash can and I found one here.


Also sending these Dosas to Priya's CWF-WG:Quinoa Event.


Makes about 20 dosas
Preparation time 30 min (apart from the soaking and grinding time)



8 comments

  1. Satya Says:
  2. dosa looks so healthy n delicious ...its a perfect power pack ..

    Satya

    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

     
  3. Nithu Bala Says:
  4. Healthy and power packed dosas..

     
  5. Prathibha Says:
  6. Nice n healthy one dear...looks good too..:)

     
  7. aipi Says:
  8. Definitely protein packed..love the look of it!

    US Masala

     
  9. Priya Says:
  10. Wat a healthy and protein rich dosas..

     
  11. A healthy version of the dosa. Looks yummy..

     
  12. Umm Mymoonah Says:
  13. Very nutritious, looks lovely. Thank you for sharing it with Eat Well Live Well :)

     
  14. Now Serving Says:
  15. Looks great! I like to think great minds think alike ;-)))
    i have a posted a multigrain dosai as one of my recipes!
    http://priyasnowserving.blogspot.com/2010/10/multigrain-veggie-dosai.html
    Please check it out...
    Cheers,
    Priya

     
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