Oats Surprise Recipe

how to make Oats Surprise

Oats Surprise is prepared mainly with oats and semolina and filled with some chopped veggies, served with green chutney.

Oats is a 100 % whole grain. Usually, when a whole grain is processed to make refined flours and cereals, the outer layer and other parts which contain large quantities of vitamins, minerals and fibre, are removed from the grains leaving it much lower in nutrition compared to a whole grain.




Oats are one of the few well-known grains that almost never has its bran or germ got eliminated during processing. Oats are processed, only to get different textures and thus varies in cooking time.

how to make Oats Surprise

How to make oats surprise with step by step photos:

1. Roast sooji and oats separately in a pan stirring continuously. Cool, mix together.

2. Add salt, curd, oregano and turmeric to the mixture to get a thick batter in light yellow colour.                  

3. Boil 2 glasses of water in a deep pan (patila). I used a pressure cooker in which the plate for steaming fits perfectly.

4. Mix fruit salt to the batter and transfer half the batter to a greased thali (plate) to get a half inch thick layer.


5. Sprinkle most of the grated carrot and chopped capsicum over it, keeping aside some for the top.


6. Then sprinkle drops of green chutney with a spoon all over.

7. Pour the rest of the batter and top it up with the rest of the carrots and capsicum.

8. Steam for 15-20 minutes.

9. Once done, cut into triangles or square pieces and sprinkle grated carrot over it.

10. Serve hot with green chutney.

how to make Oats Surprise





Oats Surprise Recipe
 CourseBreakfasts
 CuisineIndian
 Keywordcakelayeredoatsvegetable
 Prep Time10 minutes
 Cook Time20 minutes
 Passive Time20 minutes
 Servings
4  people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Roast sooji and oats separately in a pan stirring continuously. Cool, mix together.
  2. Add salt, curd, oregano and turmeric to the mixture to get a thick batter in light yellow colour.
  3. Boil 2 glasses of water in a deep pan (patila). I used a pressure cooker in which the plate for steaming fits perfectly.
  4. Mix fruit salt to the batter and transfer half the batter to a greased thali (plate) to get a half inch thick layer.
  5. Sprinkle most of the grated carrot and chopped capsicum over it, keeping aside some for the top.
  6. Then sprinkle drops of green chutney with a spoon all over.
  7. Pour the rest of the batter and top it up with the rest of the carrots and capsicum.
  8. Steam for 15-20 minutes.
  9. Once done, cut into triangles or square pieces and sprinkle grated carrot over it.
  10. Serve hot with green chutney.

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