Eggless | Vegan | Jain
Servings - 15 dosas
Prep Time - 10 hours soaking & fermentation, 15 minutes preparation
Cooking Time - 10 minutes
Measurements: 1 cup = 250 ml
1 cup - Brown / White Rice (except Basmati)
½ cup - Ragi (whole)*
*Rolled oats are better because they are less processed. Sources: True Elements, Raw Essentials
Soak the urad dal in a bowl for 3-4 hours.
Soak the remaining ingredients in a separate bowl simultaneously for 3-4 hours.
After 3-4 hours, grind the urad dal in a mixer till it's smooth. Then do the same with the other ingredients.
Mix the two pastes together for 2-3 minutes. Mixing them with your hands can help make the batter lighter.
Keep it aside in a warm place, for fermentation.
After 6-7 hours of fermentation, the batter is ready.
You can also use this batter as is, to make idlis!
To proceed with making dosas, add a little water to the batter to make it slightly thinner.
For crispy dosas, you can also add a teaspoon of granulated sugar to the batter.
Pour the batter onto the pan and create your beautiful, nutritious dosas.
Serve warm & fresh with gunpowder or coconut chutney.
Ragi or Nachni is a whole grain that is gluten free, rich in fiber, packed with calcium, a good source of Vitamin B1 and BE and also rich in antioxidants.
Yellow moong dal is rich in fiber, protein, calcium & iron and is very easy to digest.
Urad dal boosts energy, is good for skin & hair, is high in protein & also rich in both soluble & insoluble fibers.
Steel cut oats are the least processed of all the available oats. It can be considered a “power food”. They are an excellent source of protein, soluble & insoluble fiber & minerals.
Rolled oats are less processed than other available oats. Their benefits are more or less similar to that of steel cut oats.
Fenugreek seeds balance cholesterol, help in liver & kidney health & help reduce fat mass.
These are only approximate values and have only been uploaded here for your convenience in tracking the food you make & eat.
We have not professionally evaluated them.