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Godhumai Dosai \ Whole Wheat Flour Dosai

Whole wheat flour dosai / Godhumai dosai is easy to make and healthy too.  Less in carbs, low in calories. This will be a best choice for your breakfast or even for your dinner.

Godhumai Dosai:

IngredientsMeasurement
Whole Wheat flour 1 cup
Rice flour3/4th cup
Rava1/3rd cup
Carom seeds1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds1/2 tsp
Black peppercorns1 tsp
Curry leavesfew
Hing1/2 tsp
Saltto taste
Ingredients

Batter Preparation:
1. Take a large mixing bowl.
2. Add whole wheat flour, rice flour, rava. Then add hing, carom seeds, cumin seeds, salt, curry leaves and black pepper.
3. Mix with spoon or fork or whisk.
4. Once you mix evenly, add 4 cups of water. Whisk until there is no lumps.
5. Keep the batter in running consistency. Let the batter set for 1 – 2 hrs.
6. Flour will observe the water, if needed add ½ cup more. Be careful while adding water. 1 -2 hrs later heat the tawa or pan.

Dosa Making Method:
1. Grease the tawa before use.
2. Make sure tawa is hot.
3. Now mix the batter and pour/spread on the tawa.
4. Smear oil generously to make crispy dosai.
5. Cook the dosai in a medium flame.
6. Slowly flip the dosai and cook few more mins.
6. Cook until it is done and turns golden brown colour and crispy.

Now wipe the tawa with tissue of cloth and then repeat the dosai process.

Tip: before pouring the batter sprinkle the thinly sliced onions on the tawa and then pour the batter.


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whole green moong dal, foxtail millet dosa / pachai payaru thinai dosa

Mung bean is one of the richest plant-based sources of protein.  Green gram dal is packed with vast reserves of thiamine, riboflavin, folate and B complex vitamins that are valuable for women health. The richness of folate lowers the risk of neural tube defects, autism, stroke and heart disease. Controls High blood pressure is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke.

Foxtail millet has high quantity of fiber forund. High in Calcium Content: Foxtail Millet is rich in Calcium which is very important for maintaining your bone health. It also contains vitamin D. Eating Foxtail Millet helps fight diseases such as osteoporosis and could reduce risk of fracture.

IngredientsMeasurements
whole green moong dal/Pachai payaru1 cup
Foxtail millet/Thinai1/2 cup
Onion1 small
Green chili3
Ginger1 small piece
Coriander leaveslittle
Cumin/jeera1 tsp
Fenugreek/methi1/2 tsp
Saltto taste

Method:

1. Soak Pachai payaru /green moong dal and foxtail millet/Thinnai rice overnight.
2. Before soaking, please wash it thoroughly.
3. Add green moong dal, foxtail millet, green chili, onion, ginger, coriander leaves, salt, jeera/cumin and fenugreek seeds to the blender.
4. Grind them finely without adding water.
5. Transfer it to a bowl and add very little water if needed.
6. Heat a tawa and grease. Pour the pachai payaru batter onto the tawa and spread thinly and smear oil. Let it cook for 3 mins or more.

Serve this healthy and very tasty Pachai Payaru Thinnai dosa with chutney of any other side dish of your choice.

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Little millet Adai / Samai Adai Dosai

Ingredients

Little Millet / Samai Rice                                                                              cup
Toor Dal¾ cup
Channa Dal¼ cup
Urad Dal                            ¼ cup
Sprouted green moong dal                         ¼ cup
Methi/Fenugreek seeds                               1 tsp
Ginger                                          ½ inch
Jeera/cumin                        1 tsp
Dry Red Chilli                                                      6
Saltto taste
Onion1
Coriander leaves1 hand
Oil

Preparation:
Wash and soak (Toor dal, Channa dal, urad dal and Methi ) these ingredients separately.
Wash and soak Samai rice in a separate bowl.
Soak around 2 hrs.

Method:
1. In a mixie jar, add jeera, ginger and dry red chili then crush it.
2. Now drain the water and add the soaked Samai rice and hing.
3. Grind it coarsely like fine semolina/rava.
4. Transfer it to a big bowl and then add sprouted green moong dal and other ingredients to the mixie jar.
5. Grind it finely, Add water less.
6. Transfer it to the same bowl.
7. Add salt, chopped coriander and onions.
8. Mix well and keep aside.
9. Longer standing time softer the dosa(no need to ferment).
10. Adjust the Adai dosa batter consistency by adding little water.
11. Grease the tawa, pour batter and spread the Adai dosa.
12. Smear oil and cook the Adai for 2 – 3 mins, then flip the Adai and cook another 2 – 3 mins.
13. Healthy and protein rich Adai is ready.

Little millet / Samai Adai Dosai

Ingredients

Little Millet / Samai Rice                                                                              cup
Toor Dal¾ cup
Channa Dal¼ cup
Urad Dal                            ¼ cup
Sprouted green moong dal                         ¼ cup
Methi/Fenugreek seeds                               1 tsp
Ginger                                          ½ inch
Jeera/cumin                        1 tsp
Dry Red Chilli                                                      6
Saltto taste
Onion1
Coriander leaves1 hand
Oil

Preparation:
Wash and soak (Toor dal, Channa dal, urad dal and Methi ) these ingredients separately.
Wash and soak Samai rice in a separate bowl.
Soak around 2 hrs.

Method:
1. In a mixie jar, add jeera, ginger and dry red chili then crush it.
2. Now drain the water and add the soaked Samai rice and hing.
3. Grind it coarsely like fine semolina/rava.
4. Transfer it to a big bowl and then add sprouted green moong dal and other ingredients to the mixie jar.
5. Grind it finely, Add water less.
6. Transfer it to the same bowl.
7. Add salt, chopped coriander and onions.
8. Mix well and keep aside.
9. Longer standing time softer the dosa(no need to ferment).
10. Adjust the Adai dosa batter consistency by adding little water.
11. Grease the tawa, pour batter and spread the Adai dosa.
12. Smear oil and cook the Adai for 2 – 3 mins, then flip the Adai and cook another 2 – 3 mins.
13. Healthy and protein rich Adai is ready.