Instant Kambu dosa (Bajra or Pearl millet dosa)

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Wellcure

11:00 AM | 13-02-2019
Prep Time
4 hours
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings
4 persons

Kambu (or known as Bajra in North India) is the most widely grown millet variety in India. It is easy to digest and high in nutrition – having almost 8 times the iron content found in polished rice. Add a nutritious variety to your dosas by using kambu instead of normal rice. The traditional method of making it is time consuming as it requires fermentation. When in a rush, try this no-fermentation version of making this dosa!

Ingredients

  • Kambu (or pearl millet) flour : 1.5 cup
  • Whole urad dal : 1/2 cup
  • Methi seeds – 1/4 tsp
  • Salt as needed
  • Water as needed

Method

  • Wash and soak urad dal and fenugreek for 4 hours. Grind it to a smooth and fluffy batter.
  • Mix bajra/kambu flour with needed water making sure that there are no lumps.
  • Add the ground urad dal mix and mix it well.
  • Adjust water to get a dosa flour consistency.
  • Add salt if needed.
  • Prepare just like you prepare regular dosa on a medium flame.

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If you want a fluffier, softer version of this dosa and would not mind waiting for fermentation, check out the recipe for the conventional way of making kambu dosa. 

Wellcure Tip:

Make this dosa even healthier by adding shredded veggies like cabbage, carrots, onion, coriander leaves etc before flipping over.


Eating guide

  • Food group: Millets
  • Millets are gluten free, rich in fibre and high on nutritional value. They are a good option to add variety to your meals or when you want to go grain free. Have them in place of your regular rice dosas . Serve with Veg curry or chutney of choice.

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Asha Shivaram

07:53 PM | 28-11-2018

Very nice recipe. When I make it at home for my kids, I make it thicker and spread some home made pizza sauce on top and thinly sliced vegetables. We call it a healthy pizza :)

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Wellcure

04:11 PM | 28-11-2018

Yes Swatantra, you can. Please refer to 'Wellcure tip' above. Enjoy & do share how it was!!

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Swatantra

07:32 AM | 25-11-2018

Very nice, can I also add grated vegetables in this recipe. Please clarify. Thanks

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