VARUTHA PARUPPU SURAIKKAI ADAI|LAUKI CHILLA

Varutha Paruppu Suraikkai Adai-It is nothing but a thick dosa made with roasted dhal,rice and some bottle gourd.The basic recipe of this is from our family’s traditional recipes.I have just made some simple variations and believe me it was great in taste.It is a filling and tasty dish which can be preferred for breakfast and dinner.You can serve with some butter and jaggery(which is the usual combo at home)Wish you all a happy weekend guys. Continue reading “VARUTHA PARUPPU SURAIKKAI ADAI|LAUKI CHILLA”

Instant Masala Bread Uthappam-No Fermentation Required

Instant dosa/uthappam recipes are always welcome in any place especially among young mothers who run behind their families and kids 24/7.I have already posted recipes of instant ragi dosa,instant jowar dosa ,instant wheat dosa,instant wheat ragi dosa,instant multigrain dosa,instant rava dosa,instant vegetable dosa and now adding a super quick recipe of instant bread uthappam with some added masala and veggies.Last weekend we had tried making some bread at home and we had it handy.The bread didn’t turn out so great but I didn’t want to waste it.(It tasted apt but some look and finish issues).So I ended up using that loaf in this recipe. Shall we check out the recipe? Continue reading “Instant Masala Bread Uthappam-No Fermentation Required”

INSTANT WHEAT FINGER MILLET DOSA|INSTANT AATA RAGI DOSA

Vanakkam… Namaste..Hello… How are you all? Did you miss my posts guys? Here I come with a super quick and extremely nutritious recipe that needs just 20 minutes and two ingredients.You can serve this for all age group of family members from six months to any age group.You can make any variations with this recipe. Any millet flour(jowar or bajra or sorghum or any) can be used instead of ragi/finger millet flour and any rice flour can be used instead of wheat flour. While introducing this to babies ensure you have tried each of them individually and confirmed no allergy for each ingredient in your baby. Continue reading “INSTANT WHEAT FINGER MILLET DOSA|INSTANT AATA RAGI DOSA”

Masala Dosa|Masala Roast

Masala Dosa/Masala Roast has been one of my favourites in childhood. I have enjoyed seeing mommy making it and also having it.You can just make dosa with the usual batter and proceed to add masala whereas this one special recipe from my mom for Masala Dosa.I missed capturing pictures of every step as I was shuttling among many works.Sorry about it.I shall soon update with all images.I have tried my best to explain it right.Let me know for any clarifications. With no much delay let’s get into the recipe now. Continue reading “Masala Dosa|Masala Roast”

INSTANT MULTIGRAIN DOSA|SATHUMAAVU DOSAI

Sathu Maavu/Multigrain Health Mix/Home made cerelac is one regular food in my daily routine. I begin my mornings with this drink and I prefer making roti or dosa twice a week with this so that it gets included in my little one’s diet too. I somehow have not experimented giving him this as a porridge to him because it is always recommended to stop offering porridges as regular meals above 8 months for babies.This dosa recipe was an instant try and it really turned out good in taste.You can realise the struggle I had in making perfect dosa with the images. Yeah.. Some extra care and patience is required to make this dosa without tearing into pieces.You shall definitely master the skill on your second trial itself for sure.This recipe will be an excellent choice in terms of nutrition and less effort.There is no need to grind or ferment batter to make this dosa.I kindly request you to please read the P.S section for more details. Continue reading “INSTANT MULTIGRAIN DOSA|SATHUMAAVU DOSAI”

INSTANT VEGETABLE DOSA|CARROT BEET DOSA

When I am super drained of thinking options for dinner,I make some instant choices by mixing few nutritious ingredients.One such random experiment,which turned to earn a FIVE STAR review from my toddler is here below for you.The recipe is instant to all those who stock idly-dosa batter at home.This is an easy and quick way to make your fussy baby include veggies in meal.The colour and texture will definitely attract children.Give a try and let me know how you liked it. Continue reading “INSTANT VEGETABLE DOSA|CARROT BEET DOSA”

VADA CURRY

Vada Curry is a very flavorful and yummy combination with Set dosa,idly and dosa. This recipe is so special to me because it is MIL’s recipe and my husband’s preparation.Yeah -You read it right.A guest post from my BELOVED BEST HALF. We just love the combo of “SET DOSA & VADA CURRY”. I planned to post this as a guest recipe when I complete 200 posts.But somehow it got delayed and I am doing it only now and finally it is out as WOMEN’S DAY SPECIAL. Continue reading “VADA CURRY”

SET DOSA|SPONGE DOSA|POHA & BLACK GRAM DOSA

Set dosa and vadacury-The favourite combo of my dad and my son.I have tried several versions of set dosa and this one gives the best taste and the dosa is so fluffy and spongy with no soda/eno added.This recipe is my guest post for Shravs Kitchen.Hope you remember her recipe of Mushroom Thoran-An authentic Kerela recipe with mushrooms.Thank you Swathy for honouring with an opportunity to write a guest post. Continue reading “SET DOSA|SPONGE DOSA|POHA & BLACK GRAM DOSA”

MOONG DHAL CHILLA|UTHAPPAM|PAN CAKE

Moong dhal is an excellent source of protein and it is comparatively less gastric in nature . This is the reason it becomes one of the first foods for babies. Cooking moong dhal is so easy and quick. making pesarattu with green gram is a very common menu in my cooking and I tried uthappam as I wanted to make veg version of omelette. Most recipes used besan. I was little hesitant to make a try with besan/gram dhal flour hence I made it with moong dhal. I tried making crispy dosa with these ingredients. You can try it too for your little one. Check recipe here.

 

Ingredients:moong dhal oothappam

  • Moong dhal-1 cup
  • Urad dhal-Handful
  • Salt-To taste
  • Oil-To cook
  • Chilly powder-1 tsp
  • Chopped veggies-1 cup
  • Hing-A pinch

Procedure:

1.Wash and soak moong dhal and urad dhal for 1 hour to 3 hours.

2.Drain the water and make a smooth batter without adding water.

3.Add salt and mix well.

moong dhal pancake

4.In a pan,add oil and fry the vegetables,curry leaves. I used only onion and tomato.

5.When they turn soft add hing and chilly powder and mix well.

6.Add this to the batter and mix well.

7.Heat a dosa pan,grease with oil.

moong dhal chilla

8.Spread the batter evenly and close it with a lid.

9.Flip sides and cook the other side too.

10.Repeat the same with rest of the batter.

11.Serve it hot with coconut chutney.


Moong dhal chilla

P.S:

You can add vegetables of your choice.

The batter has to be thick.

Cook in medium flame.

You can skip frying the veggies too.

Skip salt for babies below one year.

This can be your baby’s food post eight months.

Always have a word with your doctor before introducing any new food to your baby.

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MOONG DHAL DOSA/PAASI PARUPPU DOSAI

If your little one loves crispy roasts here is healthy version of it. Very easy and quick to make. I would suggest this for babies above 10 months since it is little crispy. Soak in sambhar or chutney and offer your baby.

Ingredients:

  • Moong dhal-1 cup
  • Urad dhal-Handful
  • Raw rice-1 tbsp
  • Salt-To taste
  • Oil-To cook
  • Hing-A pinch

Moong dhal dosa

Procedure:

1.Wash and soak moong dhal along with raw rice and urad dhal for 1 hour .

2.Drain the water and make a smooth batter by adding some water.

3.Add salt and mix well.

4.Heat a dosa pan,grease with oil.

moong dhal roast

5.Spread the batter evenly .

6.Flip sides and cook the other side too.

7.Repeat the same with rest of the batter.

8.Serve it hot.

P.S:

The batter has to be slightly thin and pouring consistency

Skip salt for babies below one year.

Always have a word with your doctor before introducing any new food to your baby.

Cook in medium flame.

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