Thursday, September 26, 2013

Oats Uttapam-How to make Oats Uthappam-Oats Oothappam-Healthy Breakfast Recipe

Oats are a great source of phosphorus, selenium and manganese. They’re a good source of soluble dietary fiber, iron and magnesium, vitamin B1. Studies have revealed that starting the day with a nutritious, fiber rich meal such as oats can help with maintaining a healthy weight. Oats has been found as having the highest satiety value of all breakfast meals, giving a feeling of fullness for longer time. So it aids in weight loss. Research shows that oats has the ability to reduce unhealthy LDL cholesterol. Individuals who had high blood pressure and oats added to their diet had a significant reduction in blood pressure. Oats is also found to be good for diabetes.(source-aboutnutritionfacts) Including oat in your diet provides a wide range of health benefits. If you are bored of eating oats porridge, then this uthappam is a great option to include oats in our diet. Apart from the soaking time, it hardly takes 5-10 minutes to make these delicious and nutritious uttapams. Today we will learn how to prepare oats uthappams following this easy recipe.

Oats Uttapam

Oats Uthappam

Oats Uthappam

 Prep Time : 5 mins
(minus soaking time)
 Cook Time : under 5 mins per dosa
 Yields: 4 Dosas
 Recipe CategoryBreakfast-Dinner
 Recipe CuisineIndian
 Author:

   Ingredients needed

   Oats -1/2 cup
   Rava -1/2 cup (any rava)
   Curd -1 cup
   Cumin seeds/jeera - 1/2 tsp (optional)
   Oil for making uthappams (sesame seed oil preferable)

   Onion -1 medium size
   Green chilli -1
   Carrot grated -2-3 tbsp
   Cabbage grated - 2 -3 tbsp
   Coriander leaves finely chopped
   Salt to taste


Preparation

Powder oats finely.

Finely chop onions and green chilli. (Omit green chillies for kids)

Method 

how to make oats uthappam

In a bowl, mix together powdered oats, rava, curd, cumin seeds and salt needed. Keep it aside for half an hour.

After half an hour- add finely chopped onions, green chilli, grated carrot, cabbage, coriander leaves and mix well.

Add enough water to get an adai batter consistency.(approximately little less or little more than 1/2 cup of water) See the picture of the batter above to get an idea.

Heat a non stick tawa, when it is hot enough, pour a ladle of batter and spread a little. The uttapam should be thick like regular uttapams. Now reduce the flame to medium.

Drizzle a tsp of oil around the dosa and close it with a lid if needed but not necessary.

Once it starts lifting around the corners, flip the uthappam to the other side and drizzle just 1/4 tsp of oil.

Once it is cooked, remove from the tawa and serve hot with chutney. Repeat the same process for the rest of the batter.

Note - Oats Uttapam is very flimsy, so handle it gently while flipping over to the other side.

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19 comments:

  1. Yummy one....looks easy enough to prepare!!

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  2. Very very healthy and tasty one.Will surely try this

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  3. Very fibre rich uthappams.. Love with some spicy chutney.

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  4. Very healthy and tasty uthappams. Easy to prepare. Thanks for sharing dear.

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    1. Adding curd gives uthappam taste, so do not omit it.

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    2. Thanks.... very healthy dish that too for breakfast its ideal.....

      Bhuwana Karthik

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  6. Nice...thanks! Will definitely make it again!

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  7. Hi Padhu, which rava should we use? Coarse or fine?

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    1. You can use any rava. If you can get fine rava, use fine rava.

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  8. Hi padhu I tried this recipe it came out very well but I did it little different instead of mixing the ingredients I topped it over after pouring and in the batter I added little ginger it tasted even better.😊

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  9. Hii...tried the recipe n was so yummy. Awesome way to have oats for breakfast!

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  10. Hi.. Can I use wheat rava/samba rava?

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    1. No, use only the upma rava but any variety.

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  11. Tried the recipe today with peanut chutney .. Awesome outcome.. Thank you !!!

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  12. Is it a must that we use a nonstick tawa? Can we use iron tawa?

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    1. Not necessary. You can use iron tawa also.

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