Oats dosa is a healthy and instant breakfast dish. It is very simple and quick breakfast. Instead of having hazzle in soaking rice and urdal and then grinding for a long time, occasionally we can try this yummy dosa. The oats once roasted will have a very nice aroma and when the ground oats powder is mixed to make batter, the smell is wonderful. The taste is dainty. 


Instant Oats Dosa
Instant Oats Dosa


Preparation Time10 mins
Cooking Time 20 mins
Servings2

Instant Oats Dosa
Instant Oats Dosa

Ingredients:

Oats1 Cup
Rawa (Semolina)1/2 Cup
Rice Flour1/2 Cup
Pepper1/2 teaspoon
Cumin Seeds1/2 teaspoon
Green Chillies2
Saltto taste
Curry Leavesfew
Curd2 tablespoon
Hinga pinch
Oil2 teaspoon


Method:
  1. Take a pan and add oats to it. Dry roast the oats till we get a nice aroma and the oats turn slightly brown color. Remove the roasted oats and allow it to cool off and then grind it in a mixer to a nice powder

  2. Take the ground oats powder in a bowl along with rawa, rice flour, salt and hing and mix well. Add curd to it and mix well

  3. Add water to make it to a thin consistency like rawa dosa. To this add chopped green chillies, cumin seeds, pepper and curry leaves and mix well

  4. Heat a tawa, and when the tawa is sizzling hot, using your hand take the batter and sprinkle in tawa like we do for rawa dosa. We can also pour using a ladle. Don't worry about the shape. Pour a teaspoon of oil and keep the flame low and allow the dosa to fry on one side. Then gently turn it other side and cook the dosa till it becomes crisp. Remove the crispy oats dosa from tawa and repeat the same for remaining batter

  5. The yummy and crispy Oats Dosa is ready to serve. Serve with idly podi / chutney or sambar
Instant Oats Dosa
Instant Oats Dosa

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  1. Vanakkam Maami. Thank you for coming up with wonderful n easy steps to follow recipes. Instant Oats dosa tasted very nice n my guest liked it very much. Also, I did all the Navarathiri Prasadam n it turned out well n tasted very nice. Thank you for ur website n sharing your kai pakavum with us :)

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  2. Hi Aunty ,

    I am a great fan of Subbu s Kitchen. I almost follow everything from here. I am from south indian brahmin family currently living abroad. I always regretted for not learning cookin from my grandma as she is a great cook.

    But it has a reached a point where my mil & my mom started telling you dont need us & subbu s kitchen is enough as i follow your site for every other function.

    All my friends and family are a great fan of my thattai (in fact urs as i prepared from this site and never thought thattai is so easy). Even yesterday I made Kali & kootu from your recipe. I was very glad on seeing oats dosa and bisibelebath because that was when i thought i should stay on diet & eat healthy. I already tried bisibelebath and it was v yummy. As i am typing this Oats Rava Dosa is getting ready.

    Am glad your daughter in law and son were of great motivation to publish these blogs otherwise folks like me cannot benefit.

    This is the best website. Modern & Traditional recipes with my grandmothers kaipakkuvam

    Thanks a lot !!

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  3. Thanks for the recipe.. I tried it today. Came out well. Taste was good. Can we use Wheat flour instead of rice flour for diabetic patients? May be the crispness would not be there is it??

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    1. Hi Sujatha, Yes, you can certainly try making the dosa with wheat flour.

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  4. Thanks for the recipe. I am going to try today but no Curry Leaves in stores around here...hope it comes out ok.

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  5. Made this just now. It was easy, quick and tasted wonderful.

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  6. Add some onions and grated carrot to it ..

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  7. tried this today.. it was awesome with the coconut chutney.. thank you for the recipe..

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  8. Very good recipe. I use to make regular oats porridge but this is a very good options and will be liked by every family member.

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