BM #96 Week 1 Day 2 - 

"What is for dinner?", this is a common question many of us face. If you are avoiding rice for dinner and looking for alternatives, these dosas are perfect.

My kids prefer dosas to idlis and the adults in the house prefer the other way. So it is always a battle to please everyone at home at the same time. I end up making what the kids want and so Dosas are always the winners. But these dosas were a surprise. They came out really well.

Ingredients - 

Cracked Wheat 1 cup
Urad Dal 1/2 cup
Poha 1/4 cup
Fenugreek Seeds 1 tsp
Salt 1 tsp
Oil as needed 

Method Of Preparation -


Wash and soak cracked wheat, urad dal, fenugreek seeds and poha for 4-5 hours.

Drain and grind into a fine batter.


Add salt and set aside in a warm place for fermentation.

Whenever ready to make dosas, add sufficient water to adjust the consistency.

On a hot griddle, pour a ladleful of batter, spread it in circular shape and drizzle oil as needed.

Cook on both sides and repeat the process for more dosas. 

Serve with Chutney and Aloo Sabji.

Store the unused batter in the refrigerator.


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Preparation Time 12 hours + cooking time 30-40 minutes
Makes 30-40 dosas

11 comments

  1. These dosa look so light! What a great combo!

     
  2. Wow ! These dosas sure are excellent , and yes it’s always the kids who win :))

     
  3. Priya Suresh Says:
  4. Dosas looks absolutely prefect and healthy to finish a dinner with some spicy chutneys. Love that this dosa doesnt have rice in it.

     
  5. They have turned out perfect Harini. Never tried dosa batter with cracked wheat. this is one healthy version of dosas.

     
  6. Adding it to my to-do recipe. I always try dosa with either millet or with rice. Need to give this a try. Thanks for sharing.

     
  7. Pavani N Says:
  8. Using cracked wheat instead of rice sounds very interesting. Will have to try your dosa version. Sounds healthy & yummy!!

     
  9. Srivalli Says:
  10. Wow now that's a great dish to make Harini. We often have this question popping up, will surely make this cometime!

     
  11. Swati Says:
  12. Your post reminds me that it's been a while I made Dosa for my kids..true it is great option for a nutritious dinner with chutney and aloo ki subzi..

     
  13. That is a super recipe for dosa. I have lot of cracked wheat and this will be a the best way to use it. Love it!

     
  14. Suma Gandlur Says:
  15. Your dosas have come out good. I don't count my daughter for any meal planning but at least for us adults, dosas with all and any variations are welcome in my home. :)

     
  16. dosa looks so good - I have only made dosa from a mix but am yet to try at home myself after one disastrous attempt - You are making me want to try again!

     
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