July 03, 2019

Godhumai Dosai | Wheat flour Dosa

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as we literally break our fast after a gap of 8-10 hrs from the previous dinner time.
It is advised to have a sumptuous breakfast that will keep us energized and active through the day . Generally in south India ,breakfast menu includes dosa , upma, pongal or the evergreen idlis. Undoubtedly these are healthy items but with the rise in the case of Diabetic patients at home , it is better to avoid breakfast which is loaded with carbs.  Try making this variant of Dosa using wheat flour which is diabetic friendly as well as vegan . 2 dosas will keep you full and satiated for a min of 3-4 hrs .

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time: 2 -3 mins per dosa
Makes : 5-6 dosas
Complexity : simple

1 cup wheat flour
1 tablespoon rice flour
1.5 tablespoons rava/semolina/soju
2 green chillies finely chopped
Few curry leaves chopped
1 tsp pepper powder
Coriander leaves chopped
Pinch of asafoetida
Salt as needed
Oil to drizzle on the dosa.

In a wide mixing bowl, add the wheat flour, rava and rice flour and prepare a lump free batter with water  of flowing consistency.  Check the batter consistency in the video snippet below.

Add the chopped chillies , coriander, curry leaves , salt , pepper powder and asafoetida to the batter and mix well. Adjust water incase the batter has  become thick.

Heat a tava and pour the batter from outside to inside like rava dosa , drizzle oil and cook on medium high flame until crisp on the under side.

Flip over carefully and cook the other side until crisp.

Serve hot with chutney or sambar or milagaipodi.

Click the below links for recipes of
Coconut Chutney
Tomato Chutney
Idli Milagaipodi

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