BM #98 Week 4 Day 2 - 

This recipe was shared by my dear friend, Padma. These dosas came out so crisp and nice that it was hard for me to believe that there were oats in them.

These dosas have replaced the regular Dosas at home.

Recipe Source Padma
Ingredients - 

Urad Dal 1 cup
Rolled Oats 3 cups
Poha / Atukulu handful
Salt as needed

Method Of Preparation -

Wash and soak Urad Dal and Rolled Oats separately for atleast 3-4 hours.

Drain and grind into a fine batter adding as much water as needed.

Add salt as needed, mix well, cover and set aside in a warm place for fermentation [about 6-12 hours depending on the room temperature].

After the batter has fermented well, transfer the required quantity of batter into a bowl.

Heat a griddle/tava, drop a ladleful and spread the batter around in a circular shape quickly into a thin layer. Spray a little bit of oil if needed. (I don't use any oil as I use a non-stick pan)

After the dosa browns enough on one side, flip it onto the other side and let it cook for another 30 seconds or so and take the dosa off the pan.

Continue until required number of dosas are done. The left over batter can be refrigerated for further use.


Preparation Time 20 minutes ( Soaking 3-4 hours + Grinding 15 minutes + fermenting 10 hours)
Makes 30-40 dosas approximately


  1. Rafeeda AR Says:
  2. The dosas look as good as those with rice! Very interesting share...

  3. They look so similar to the rice dosas. With oats, these are such healthy treats. This would make a wonderful breakfast.

  4. Super recipe - who can say they are not the traditional ones !

  5. rajani Says:
  6. Nice way to introduce more grains into our diet and more importantly, to step slowly away from everyday rice intake.

  7. I must say these dosas sound so innovative , sure they are as good as the regular ones . May be even better !

  8. jayashree Says:
  9. Such a healthy twist using oats, they look like the regular kind.

  10. sushma Says:
  11. Such a healthy dosa with oats. Good one

  12. Srividhya Says:
  13. Oh wow, no rice dosa sounds delicious. I am bookmarking this to try.

  14. Narmadha Says:
  15. Looks so easy to make oats dosa. Should surely be a change from regular ones

  16. Swati Says:
  17. Healthy and nutrious!! Repalcing rice with poha and oats is good fro those on low sugar diets. Lovely share.

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