Sunday, 10 January 2016

Oats Onion Oothapam/Onion Oats Uthappam

Its been a while i posted a recipe with oats, my all time favourite whole grain. Finally here i am with an interesting breakfast dish. Oats are rich in fibre, its really healthy to take them quite often in our diet. This wholegrains are seriously versatile, you can dish out varieties of incredible desserts, bakes and many more interesting dishes out of this grain. I have been using this wholegrain since a long in our diet and they have their own place in our weekly menu. Even if i forget to cook with this grain, i'll grind them and add in while kneading the flour for rotis. Just love this grain very much, few posts were sitting in my draft and i seriously want to post them as quickly as possible, one among those drafted posts is this healthy uthappam. Uthappam is simply prepared with slightly sour dosa batter, but today's uthapam goes for an instant dosa batter.

Oats onion uthappam

Very easy to make, these healthy fibre rich oothapams are seriously very filling and definitely healthy. You can have a satisfying breakfast or dinner, no need of dosa batter to make this oothapam, prepare your instant oats dosa batter and dish out this oothapam.With less efforts, you can feed easily oats to everyone at home. Am running my second week of blogging marathon with Healthy diet/Diabetic diet as theme, hence am posting this healthy breakfast to kick start a day.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#60.

Oats Onions OOthapam, Oats uthapam

1cup Powdered oats
1/2cup Rice flour
1/4cup Roasted Semolina
1tsp Eno salt
1cup Curd
1tsp Cumin seeds
1cup Chopped onions
Oil

Take the powdered oats, rice flour, roasted semolina, cumin seeds, in a bowl.

Add the curd, enough water and turn everything as a thick batter.

Add in the eno salt and mix well.

Heat your usual dosa tawa, rub it gently with few drops of oil.

Once the tawa is hot, pour ladle of prepared batter and spread as thick dosa, dont spread it thin.

Drizzle oil on the sides.

Oats uthappam, onion oats uthappam

Sprinkle the onion generously over the dosa, give a press with a spatula.

Once the dosa gets well cooked, flip the dosa and turn it to other side to cook.

Drizzle some oil and let it cook well.

When the other sides gets cooked well, remove the uthappam from the tawa.

Serve immediately with chutney,sambar or Kuzhambu.

14 comments:

Nammi said...

First time seeing this. By the way why the eno salt? Can i use baking soda instead or is there a taste diffrence?

Priya Suresh said...

Eno salt helps for instant fermentation, yea u can use baking soda very well..

Varadas Kitchen said...

Looks so good. Will certainly try it.

Chef Mireille said...

I love anything made with oats - this looks so good

Sapana Behl said...

Oats uttapam sounds great and healthy too.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

wow quick and healthy uthampam. Bookmarking

sushma said...

Delicious uttapam.

Pavani N said...

Wow that's a healthy and delicious uthappam with oats. Love that this is an instant recipe with no fermenting time required.

Kalyani said...

lovely instant oothappam, priya ! am bookmarkign to try this !!

Priya Srinivasan said...

Ahh that is one tempting plate, love it totally!

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

Lovely dish with oats and it is one of my favorite grains as well.

Gayathri Kumar said...

Great idea of including oats in breakfast. This instant version looks nice..

Harini-Jaya R said...

Love it.

veena krishnakumar said...

This is very healthy. Am bookmarking this