Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa

March 05, 2017

Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa

Starting your day with a healthy breakfast can be good for your waistline. So, here I bring to you Oats Pea Dosa, which is healthy and delicious too. Quick and easy oats dosa with proteinaceous filling. Peas are low in calorie and high in fibre and micro-nutrients. Want to know more about peas, read on this.


As my hubby is a fussy eater, I believed it would be a total flop. Surprisingly, my family loved this breakfast. And he was less bothered about the ingredients that went in. Hopefully, you too will like it. Try and let me know.




Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa

If you like oats, try my other oats recipes:

How to Oats Pea Dosa with step by step photos:


1. If using dried peas and urad dal, soak it overnight in enough water.
When you are ready to make, soak oats with half a cup of water.

2. For the filling, boil the peas with 1.5 cups of water for 7-8 minutes. Heat oil in a non-stick pan put rai and jeera. When it crackles, add peas, salt and red chilly powder. Stir fry for 2 minutes. Keep the filling aside.
3.  Blend together soaked urad dal and oats to a smooth paste (and soaked rice if using). Transfer it to a bowl. Add rice flour and enough water and salt to make a batter of thin pouring consistency. Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa

4. Heat a non-stick pan. Pour 2 ladles of batter and spread from inside to outside. Drizzle some oil over it. Close with a lid and cook for 2-3 minutes or till the edges turn brown. Flip and cook the other side until golden brown. Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa

5. Put some filling. Fold over. Serve with coconut chutney.


Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa



Oats Pea Dosa Recipe | How to make Oats Pea Dosa
 CuisineIndian
 Prep Time10 minutes
 Cook Time25 minutes
 Servings
10 Dosas
INGREDIENTS
1 cup = 250 ml (All measurements are levelled until otherwise mentioned)
For Filling:
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. If using dried peas and urad dal, soak it overnight in enough water.
  2. When you are ready to make, soak oats with half a cup of water.
  3. For the filling, boil the peas with 1.5 cups of water for 7-8 minutes. Heat oil in a non-stick pan put rai and jeera. When it crackles, add peas, salt and red chilly powder. Stir fry for 2 minutes. Keep the filling aside.
  4. Blend together soaked urad dal and oats to a smooth paste (and soaked rice if using). Transfer it to a bowl. Add rice flour and enough water and salt to make a batter of thin pouring consistency.
  5. Heat a non-stick pan. Pour 2 ladles of batter and spread from inside to outside. Drizzle some oil over it. Close with a lid and cook for 2-3 minutes or till the edges turn brown. Flip and cook the other side until golden brown.
  6. Put some filling. Fold over. Serve with coconut chutney.
RECIPE NOTES
If you don't have rice flour, use the same quantity of raw rice and soak it overnight along with dal. You can add grated carrot along with peas for making filling.

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