Preparation of breakfast is an eternal struggle for me and I guess for many of you too, right? So I keep exploring all possible options. Breakfast being a very important meal of the day, I tend to look for high protein options and end up making dosa/idli/upma in different combinations. One such combination happened to be Semiya Uthappam. 


I had read about Semiya Uthappam long time back in a magazine but never attempted as it was nestled in my forgotten folders. Few days back when I read this post, I suddenly remembered that I had jotted this recipe and went back and looked for it and found that both the recipes were more or less the same. Thats when I decided that I would make this for breakfast and here I am with the details.


Semiya Uthappam


Ingredients - 


Vermicelli / Semiya Roasted 1 cup (I used the store bought roasted semiya)
Rice Flour 1/2 cup
Yogurt/Curds beaten 2 cups
Onions finely chopped 1/2 cup
Tomatoes finely chopped 3 Tbsp
Carrots grated 1/2 cup
Coriander leaves finely chopped 2-3 Tbsp
Ginger grated 1 tsp
Jeera 1/2 tsp
Hing 1/4 tsp
Salt as needed


Method Of Preparation - 


In a bowl, mix semiya, rice flour and beaten yogurt and set aside for about 20-30 min.


Meanwhile assemble the chopped vegetables, spices and herbs. Mix these with the semiya-rice flour mixture. The batter should be of Uthappam batter consistency.


On a hot tawa/griddle spread ladle full of batter into as thin a circle as possible and spray a little oil if needed (I don't use oil for dosa/uthappam as I use a non-stick tawa).


Semiya Uthappam




Continue with the rest of the batter and make as many uthappams as possible.


Sending these uthappams to Suma's 'Cooking With Seeds - Wheat' .





Preparation Time 25-30 min
Makes 5-6 


On another note, I am proud to display the CD art by my kids (ages 9 and 3). While I was busy in the kitchen preparing dinner on a weekend, my kids gave me a surprise!!





9 comments

  1. divya Says:
  2. Delicious n mouthwatering....looks wonderful....

     
  3. Very tempting and mouth watering utthapam dear. Looks wonderful.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  4. aipi Says:
  5. Wow, that sounds delicious! What a great breakfast treat..
    The little art project is really beautiful n very nicely done kiddos :)

    US Masala

     
  6. very unique recipe...luks delicious...
    The lovely art and fantastic work.

     
  7. Prathibha Says:
  8. yummy utapppam....nice work by ur kids

     
  9. Priya Says:
  10. Uthappams with semiya looks super delicious..omg hugs to ur kids, wat a fabulous cd art...

     
  11. PriyaVaasu Says:
  12. Quick n Easy uthappam!!!! Looks Delicious!!!!

     
  13. Smitha Says:
  14. looks tempting!...
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

     
  15. Suma Gandlur Says:
  16. Love the idea of using vermicelli in dosas. I will try them this weekend.
    BTW, those beaded CDS look lovely. :) Did they do it on their own?

     
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