Multigrain Dosa Recipe | Healthy Dosa with different grains and pulses

Multigrain Dosa Recipe | Healthy Dosa with different grains and pulses
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Multigrain Dosa Recipe | Healthy Dosa with different grains and pulses recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Multigrain dosa is healthy breakfast or dinner recipe made with 10 different types of grains and pulses. Do you have a fussy kid like me who refuse to eat whole grains as such? Then you should surely try this recipe for them and they will love this crispy, lacy dosa.

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I have used different types of millets like samai, ragi, kambu, jowar and pulses like chickpeas, kidney beans, green moong dal, soya bean, urad dal etc. You can make all variety of dosa like ghee roast, paper roast, masala dosa, cheese dosa or even uttapam and paniyaram using the same batter. I learnt this idea from my friend Archana and using it to make batter for more than two years now. Every week I make normal idli batter for idli and this multigrain batter for dosa. 

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Monday again and theme for this week in FoodieMondaybloghop group is #257DosaDen suggested by Priya. As soon as she announced the theme, I thought I should make this as this is something long due and most requested recipe from my friends. Sometimes we miss documenting the most common recipes we do. You should check out traditional Vendaya Dosa, Oats Dosa and many other interesting recipes from Priya’s blog. 

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Do try and let me know your feedback. You can try the below recipes

Pesarattu

Onion Rava Dosa

Dosa Pizza

Besan Chilla

Madurai Kari Dosa

Chicken Keema Dosa

Buckwheat Pancakes

Serves 7-8

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Multigrain Dosa Recipe | Healthy Dosa with different grains and pulses

Multigrain dosa is healthy breakfast or dinner recipe made with 10 different types of grains and pulses.

9 hrPrep Time

15 minCook Time

9 hr, 15 Total Time

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Ingredients

  • Idli Rice 1 cup
  • Little millet/Samai 1 cup
  • Urad dal 1/4 cup
  • Ragi 1/4 cup
  • Green moong dal 1/4 cup
  • Chickpeas 1/4 cup
  • Jowar 1/4 cup
  • Kambu/Pearl Millet 1/4 cup
  • Soyabean 1/4 cup
  • Kidney beans
  • Fenugreek seeds 1 tsp
  • Salt 1 tbsp
  • Water as required
  • Oil for making dosa

Instructions

  1. Take everything in a bowl.
  2. Wash 3-4 times and soak for 6-8 hours or overnight.
  3. Drain the water and take in mixer.
  4. Grind to smooth batter adding little water.
  5. Consistency of the batter may not be very fine.
  6. Transfer to a bowl.
  7. Add rock salt and mix the batter.
  8. Keep it covered and allow it to ferment for 6-8 hours.
  9. Once it is fermented it will increase in volume.
  10. Mix water and adjust the consistency to dosa batter.
  11. Heat kadai and spread the dosa batter and drizzle oil.
  12. Close and cook till it crispy and golden. Fold and remove from the pan.
  13. Crispy and healthy dosa is ready.
  14. Enjoy it with chutney/Sambar of your choice.

Notes

You can use any type of pulses or grains while making the dosa. I add depending on availability in my pantry.

You can add dals too but generally I make dal dosa separately so won't add much here expect green moong dal.

You can make dosa without fermentation too but fermented dosa taste much better and good.

I always add salt before fermentation. But you can add later while making too

Add water as required to adjust the consistency of the dosa batter.

You can replace idli rice with millets too if you want to completely skip rice. I have tried and it works good.

Fermentation time of the batter depends on the climate. So always check the batter and decide rather than fixed time.

You can use mixer or grinder to grind the batter. Mixer is easier compared to grinder.

You can make different types of dosa like ghee roast, paper roast, masala dosa, podi dosa, onion dosa etc or even uttapam or paniyaram with the same batter.

Nutrition

Calories

143 cal

Fat

2 g

Carbs

27 g

Protein

4 g
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How to make Multigrain Dosa with step by step pictures

Take everything in a bowl.

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Wash 3-4 times and soak for 6-8 hours or overnight.

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Drain the water and take in mixer.

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Grind to smooth batter adding little water.

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Consistency of the batter may not be very fine.

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Transfer to a bowl.

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Add rock salt and mix the batter.

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Keep it covered and allow it to ferment for 6-8 hours.

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Once it is fermented it will increase in volume.

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Mix water and adjust the consistency to dosa batter.

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Heat kadai and spread the dosa batter and drizzle oil.

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Close and cook till it crispy and golden. Fold and remove from the pan.

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Crispy and healthy dosa is ready. Enjoy it with chutney/Sambar of your choice.

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8 thoughts on “Multigrain Dosa Recipe | Healthy Dosa with different grains and pulses”

  • such a lovely combo of lentils and millets. I make navdhanya adai based on a similar combo... crispy dosa with that green chutney... tempting :-)
  • I love these dosas, filled with the goodness of lentils and millets. I can imagine how delicious they must be. Thanks for the detailed recipe. I will definitely try this out. :)
  • Wow so many different grains, lentils and beans all in one dosa batter. I definitely want to try out this recipe. A perfectly healthy start to the day and a great way to get the family to enjoy multigrain all at once in dosa.
  • this is such a healthy dosa .I am sure the taste is outstanding. I prepare instant multigrain dosa using the multigrain flour but will try your method also. This idea never struck to me. Thanks for this lovely post.
  • These multigrain dosas looks so crisp and delicious. I too make multigrain dosa . Adding chickpeas is something new for me. Will try it next time . These dosas are absolutely healthy and nutritious.
  • Mixed grains lentils millet wow what a great combination. This dosa is definitely will be a nutritious breakfast option. I will try it sometime for sure. Also loved the crisp lacy texture of the dosa.
  • I am bookmarking this delicious dosa Narmadha. Sounds exactly what I need to fill up the endless demands of food here! healthy and filling and easy of course is most important.

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