Thursday, February 10, 2011

Oats Dosa Recipe | Instant Oats Breakfast Recipes

Oats Dosa Recipe
I love rava dosa and that was the main reason I tried oats dosa in that style. I still am not very confident in making rava dosa because of the spreading method so was skeptical about this oats dosa but to my surprise, it came out very well after trying with 2-3 dosas and obviously meet my expectation. So now I can confidently try rava dosa :)
Oats Dosa Recipe

Oats Dosa Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 15 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Breakfst | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Oats - 1 cup
Rice flour - 1/4 cup heaped
Rava -1/4 cup
Jeera - 1 tsp
Onion - 1 chopped finely
Green chillies - 1 finely chopped
Pepper powder - a pinch [optional]
Oil - as required
Salt - to taste
Water - as required

Method:

  1. Dry roast oats for 3-5 mins till a nutty aroma comes and the color of oats slightly changes. Allow it to cool down then powder it finely.Add little oil and saute the onions,green chillies for 2mins.
    How to make oats dosa - Step1
  2. In a mixing bowl-Add oats powder, rice flour, rava, jeera, onion, green chillies, pepper powder, salt and mix well.Add water and make a thin batter like rava dosa batter.Heat the dosa tawa, take one laddle of batter and drizzle it from the corners and finishing off in the middle like we do for rava dosas. There will be holes seen as in the pic. Drizzle oil, allow it cook till golden brown and turn over to other side, leave it to cook then transfer to the serving plate. Enjoy ur crispy oats dosa hot.
    How to make oats dosa - Step2
After 2 trials I adjusted and made the oats dosa close to the style of rava dosa. The result was crispy dosas do try it out for yourself. Since the day I tried this oats dosa, its regular on our menu atleast once a week it is sure a better alternative to the usual oats porridge.

Serve with idli podi or sambar. I like it with idly podi / molaga chutney.
Oats Dosa Recipe

My Notes:

  • Just drizzle only a thin layer of the batter dont spread it , else you will not get crispy dosas.
  • Make your batter very thin so that pouring is easy enough.
  • You can dry roast oats, powder it and store it in advance so that its very helpful during our morning hurry burries.
Oats Dosa Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

73 comments:

  1. Nice looking dosa,I am so lazy to powder,just add it as such :)

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  2. Lovely nice recipe that plate looks so inviting..

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  3. Looks real nice..I love rava dosa too :) ...I was just thinking today of oats dosa and here you posted :) ...

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  4. I too make the same way with little additions. willl post it soon. awesome clicks as always :)

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  5. Lovely dosa and ckicks.... yummy yummy..
    Reva

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  6. the dosa looks perfect!...
    lovely click too!
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  7. Oats dosa looks and sounds great. I love dthe clicks too Sharmi...

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  8. Perfect looking dosas and its really not like a first try :)I am sure these dosas would be really soft, delicate and yummy to eat :) will try it out next.

    Lovely click :) congrats on getting a DSLR ;)

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  9. All those holes and lightness reminds me of neer dosa.. I love them. This will be a healthier version and the lightness quite encourages me to make some.

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  10. This is a great way of adding oats, rava dosai is my favorite too, and the crunchy ends are the best :)

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  11. Oats dosa.. Different one and easy to make..

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  12. Instant oats dosa with chutney and milagai podi looks awesome.

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  13. Crispy oats dosa looks damn irresistible,inviting!

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  14. Nice one sharmi..hey picture superathaan irukky sharmi..keep going. Love that specific green color very much.

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  15. Sharmi spelling mistake..sorry.. Picture superthaan sharmi..

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  16. Beautiful and healthy dosa :)
    Dosa looks so perfect... congrats on ur new DSLR :)

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  17. I have my version on my blog too Sharmi and you are right Rawa dosai is tricky especially the first two. It gets better as we start making them. Looks great.

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  18. healthy and delicious dosa...awesome recipe..loved it.

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  19. மிகவும் அருமையான சத்தான காலை நேர சிற்றுண்டி..அருமை...

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  20. even i am also not good in making rava dosa.Let me give this a try soon .I bought a big box of oats yesterday.very healthy one

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  21. Healthy and tempting looking dosas!

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  22. This makes a healthy & tasty breakfast!!! Good one sharmi..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  23. Quick easy and healthy..what else you want for a breakfast recipe :-)

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  24. Healthy n tasty dosa..Am drooling over the second pic..Lovely clicks, Sharmi!

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  25. Looks so yummy, makes me feel hungry.


    US Masala

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  26. Healthy and yummy dosas. Sure gonna try.

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  27. I love rava dosa- this one came out lacy and crispy!

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  28. Its always a pleasure to visit ur blog Sharmilee n u know why?? 'cos u always surprise me with your recipes n I go, "huh, that's a smart one!" :-)
    Love this recipe and wud be perfect for the li'l picky eater at my house! Thanks for sharing!

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  29. healthy quick and delicious lovely picture

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  30. That is wonderful use of oats! One of my absolute favorite is Rava dosa and I make it quite often - will make this recipe the next time.

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  31. Healthy dosa,i too do this..

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  32. vijaya said
    wow i like oats dosa and idli its very healt

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  33. Sharmee.tried these tody..but did not come crispy like urs-more like wheat dosa..shoudl I have added some baking powder/soda for some fermentation?

    Thanks
    Sonia

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  34. @Sonia: There is no need for baking powder n soda in this recipe. The trick to get crispy dosas is to to pour starting from the corners and dont spread the dosa like we do for normal dosa. The thinner u pour the crispier ur dosa will be...U've have to drizzle the batter as we make for rava dosas

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  35. Sharmee i usually dont write reviews but am doing it now,i tried the dosa it was so good,i also tried your cauliflower kurma for a potluck and it got so many compliments!looking forward to try many of your recipies!

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  36. @Anu : Wow thats nice to hear....am so glad that all liked it :))

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  37. Hey Sharmi!! I was having a big pack of oats and was wondering what to do with it!! Your version of oats dosa came to my rescue!! I tried this now and it was yum!!! Like you,I too loved the pepper flavour a lot!!! This is going to be regular hereafter.

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  38. @Janu : Thats great to hear...yes a healthy and tasty start isnt it?! :)

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  39. i did the dosaa.it cmee out very well..i wud follow ur site....for further recepies....als...

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  40. suggest us vd more healthy recepies vd less oil

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  41. i made the dosa....nd my my..!! it ws pure delight :p

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  42. Sharmi, I made dosa with pressed barley with the same proportions. just replaced oats with pressed barley.. Totally loved it...!
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Savory Baked

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  43. wow.........looks wonderful.......and photography is excellent
    http://deliciouskitchenrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  44. Hi, Rava means sooji Rava? please let me know i want to try this...

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    1. Yes its sooji rava the fine white variety one

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  45. Hi, This is a healthy recipe for kids too, loved your dosa clicks as well, will try this out for sure..thanks!

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  46. hi, tried this. came out great. followed the recipe exactly, just added a little chopped coriander leaves to the mixture. thanks a ton
    anitha

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  47. Love this recipe...:)

    http://mykitchenfantasies.blogspot.com

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  48. very nice...oats dosa really rocksssssssss............
    loved this recepie:)

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  49. Stumbled upon your blog while searching for breakfast ideas..had gotten bored with the regular stuff :-)..Just made them and they turned out alright.(I need some practice with pouring out the batter for thin dosas!). Thanks for the recipe :-)

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  50. Sharmi,

    I tried this on sunday morning and it turned out just amazing...different from original traditional dosas

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  51. Hi.... I tried it today and it came up very well...... Btw.... What's the nutrient breakup for this ???

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  52. @Chandra Sekar :Not very sure, try googling :)

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  53. hi! sharmilee....
    i just made these yummy dosas and they came out real well...my hubby loved them too....
    glad i found your site

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  54. healthy dish for all age group.dosa looks yummy.thanks for the healthy receipe.

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  55. healthy and crispy dosa for all age group.tempting.....thanks for the healthy one.

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  56. I tried this for dinner.It turned out nice

    Thank you for the recipe

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  57. Dear akka,
    I tried this with cocunut chutney.waw came good for my parents.even my dad eat well today as he always commenting my dishes,at first I thought that he will not like my preparation.thank you akka.
    And am having some doubts akka y all dosas are not come on shape when i prepare for myshelf the dosas are worst in shape. May be later will get d shape.
    I too love d flavor of pepper.
    Any how parents had a healthy dinner today.

    Thanks,
    Mymoon

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  58. Hi,
    I tried it last night for dinner. It came out really well. Thanks for the recipe!

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  59. thanx so much for such wonderful receipe my kids simply loved this dosa.

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  60. could u please let me how long i need to heap the rice flour thank you

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    1. I dont get you...how long in the sense? Just take 1/4 cup heaped rice flour thats all

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    2. sorry i misunderstood the word heap...thank you

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  61. Hi Sharmi,

    I tried this dosa 4 times and still i have one doubt. Everytime i try to turn the dosa it breaks and very soft. Please advise what to do? I tried with Thin batter and poured it from coners as you said but still not crispy and cant turn the dosa.Please advise

    Bala

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    1. You should pour like how we do it for rava dosa, dont spread it and let it cook well then flip it to other side and cook it.

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