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Tamil recipe for Kuthiraivali Dosai Barnyard Millet dosa. Ideal food for diabetes. Millet loaded with nutritious health benefits. With Kuthiraivali rice.

I am always looking for whole grain products in my daily meal without compromising on taste. The one nice easy option is to make dosa / crepe. This fermented barnyard millet dosa is so delicious. It looks like dosa made with rice, millets are loaded with nutritious health benefits. Millets are ideal foods for diabetic patients. Dehusked barnyard millet is also known as kuthiraivali arisi / rice in Tamil. It is called as Jhangora in Hindi and Odalu in Telugu. Millet can be bought in health food stores. It is also readily available online. Millet is alkaline and therefore easy to digest. Here's How to Do a Simple Kuthiraivali Dosai Barnyard Millet Crepe.

Wash the barnyard millet 2-3 times well in running water. This will get rid of any impurities., Now soak the millet, unpolished whole white urad dal, fenugreek seeds and sabudana (Javvarisi in Tamil). Soak all ingredients separately in plenty of water. Soak for 3 hours.

Drain the water and grind the fenugreek seeds sabudana and urad dal. When grinding, add very little water (up to a cup). Grind to a very fine smooth paste. Aside.

Now drain the water from the millet and grind it into a smooth paste. Add up to half a cup of water while grinding. Mix it with the dal mixture. Add salt and mix well.,

Let the dough ferment for 12 hours in a warm, draft-free place. If you live in a very cold place, leave your dough in a warm place. Leaving your dough in your oven with the pilot light on will work great if you live abroad and your place is cold. Once the dough has fermented, mix well and store in the refrigerator and use within 2 days.

When you're ready for dosa, heat a lightly oiled skillet over medium heat. Scoop up half a cup of batter and spread it on the pan. Cook the dosa until light brown on each side for about half a minute.,

What Can Go Wrong When Making Millet Dosa?
If the batter is too thick, the dosa will not cook evenly. There will be light white spots like the picture below. Dilute the dough a little with water and continue making dosa.

Enjoy millet dosa / kuthiraivali dosai with kaara chutney.,

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Tamil recipe for Kuthiraivali Dosai Barnyard Millet dosa. Ideal food for diabetes. Millets loaded with nutritious health benefits. Using Kuthiraivali rice.,

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ingredients

  • 2 cups of Barnyard Millet - Kuthiraivali
  • 3/4 Cup Unpolished All White Urad Dal
  • 1/3 cup Sabudana - Javvarisi
  • 1 teaspoon fenugreek seeds
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  1. Wash the millet well in running water 2-3 times. This will get rid of any impurities. Now soak the millet, unpolished whole white urad dal, fenugreek seeds and sabudana. Soak all ingredients separately in plenty of water. Soak for 3 hours.,
  2. Drain the water and grind the fenugreek seeds sabudana and urad dal. When grinding, add very little water (up to a cup). Grind to a very fine smooth paste. Aside.
  3. Now drain the water from the millet and grind it into a smooth paste. Add up to half a cup of water while grinding. Mix it with the dal mixture. Add salt and mix well.
  4. Let the dough ferment for 12 hours in a warm, draft-free place. Once the dough has fermented, mix well and store in the refrigerator and use within 2 days.,
  5. When you're ready for dosa, heat a lightly oiled skillet over medium heat. Scoop up half a cup of batter and spread it on the pan. Cook the dosa until light brown on each side for about half a minute.
  6. Enjoy millet dosa / kuthiraivali dosai with kaara chutney.
  • Category: Dosa, Crepe
  • Cuisine: South Indian, Tamil Nadu

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