BM #93 Week 1 Day 1 -

Welcome back to the regular edition of BM. After a hectic month of A-Z Flatbreads and more, we are back to a relaxed pace posting 3 recipes per week.

This week I have chosen to highlight some easy to fix breakfasts for a weekday rush hour.

This instant dosa is a God send for me as I soak the ingredients the previous night. The next morning I use a high power blender to make a fine batter in a matter of seconds. Peanut chutney to the side and the breakfast is done.

For the peanut chutney, either I pre roast the peanuts in the microwave or countertop oven and have them ready so that making the chutney is a  matter of a minute.

Try it out and see if this works for you as well and let me know.

Ingredients - 

Urad Dal 1/2 cup
Moong Dal 1/2 cup
Rolled Oats 1/2 cup
Poha / Flattened Rice 1/2 cup
Fenugreek Seeds  1 tsp
Salt and Oil as needed

Method Of Preparation -

Wash and soak all the ingredients except salt and oil (of course!) in about 6-7 cups of water for about 3-4 hours (I soaked overnight).

Drain the water and grind into a fine batter. Add salt and set aside for a few minutes.

Heat a griddle and pour ladleful of batter, spread it thin into a circle, spray oil as needed and allow it to cook.

Flip the dosa and cook for a few seconds and remove on to a plate.

Continue for the rest of the batter or as needed. Refrigerate the batter for upto 3 days.

Serve them hot with a chutney of your choice.


Preparation Time 20 minutes
Makes 20-24 dosas approx


  1. That is a wonderful dosa for sure Harini. Urad dhal gives dosas a crisp texture and your look heavenly. With that peanut chutney it is an awesome way to break the fast..

  2. Rafeeda AR Says:
  3. The dosa sounds delicious! So apt for lunchboxes for kids... pinning this up...

  4. veena Says:
  5. Harini this dosa looks wonderful .Easy to make and healthy too

  6. Pavani Says:
  7. Wow this is the perfect dosa recipe for me Harini. I’m very forgetful and the fermenting part gets me. So this recipe sounds amazing. Will be trying this sometime soon.

  8. This Mega marathon has left with a long list of bookmarks and here you are with another delicious dosa. The best part is this is a no fermentation dosa. Must try this

  9. Priya Suresh Says:
  10. Wow dosa looks very crispy and very pleasing to have a dinner since its a no fermentation dosa, seriously i love these sorts of dosas.

  11. I love no ferment dosa recipes ans these dosas look so crispy. I am going to give this a try soon. That peanut chutney on the side will be my favorite with the dosai.

  12. Padmajha Says:
  13. No ferment dosas are such a boon right!The dosas look so crispy! I need to try this one.Will soak it tomorrow nite.

  14. what a healthy dosa - looks delicious

  15. Suma Gandlur Says:
  16. No ferment dosas are a great choice for breakfast and your version sounds really easy. The ingredients you used need only a couple of hours soaking and the batter can be prepared in advance. They have come out really well.

  17. Srivalli Says:
  18. This oat dosa is a fantastic one harini, I too love instant ones and especially in my mega bm i enjoyed making this oats dosa...very good one!

  19. CookwithRenu Says:
  20. Such healthy and nurtritious dosa and since it can be made instantly it is such a win-win situation

  21. Wow harini, instant dosas love them, this one looks super crispy, my kiddo loves dosa and peanut chutney combo, i m sure going to make these in coming days!

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