Wednesday, July 28, 2021

ಆರೋಗ್ಯಕರ ಗೋದಿ ನುಚ್ಚು + ಉದ್ದಿನ ದೋಸೆ./ Healthy broken wheat and Urid Dosa

Dose or Dosa is one of the yummy Indian breakfast and we love to have it even in the evenings if we get a chance. 
Varieties of dosas can be enjoyed now a days. Urid dal dosa, Moong dosa, green gram dosa, cucumber dosa, onion dosa, wheat dosa, Jowar dosa and many, many are some to mention.
I have prepared broken wheat dosa which is a healthy option for these days.
I have used broken wheat, urid dal and very little methi seeds/fenugrik seeds.

Let us see some benefits of eating broken wheat in our diet.

It is an healthy option to eat broken wheat as it is digested slowly. 
It helps to control blood sugar level.
It has a rich source of fiber and good for easy digestion. 
Good for people who are dieting for weight loss.
It is said that it is good for diabetic people.
It helps to control cholesterol level in our body.

Now let us see this recipe.
Things needed : 
Broken wheat : 2 Cups.
Urid dal : 1/2 cup 
Methi /Fenugrik seeds : 1 Teaspoon
Salt  : As required 
Oil : To Prepare dosas

Method :
1. Wash and soak broken wheat for at least 4 to 5 hours.
2. Wash and soak urid dal and methi seeds separately.
3. Grind it separately and take it out to a big bowl.
4. Add salt and let it ferment nicely.
5. Morning just before preparing dosa mix the batter nicely.
6. Keep a pan and clean it nicely with a kitchen tissue or a clean towel.
7. Pour a ladle of batter and spread it you like. (normally round).
8. Sprinkle some oil on top and cook on medium flame.
9. Turn and cook other side and take it out and serve hot dosa with your choice of side dish.
10. Add a spoon of ghee just before serving.

Note :
The batter should be fermented well to get good dosas. Use of ghee or oil while preparing dosa is optional.
Do not use much water while grinding. Watery batter do not taste well.

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