Multi grain roast

Multi grain roast:

Multi grains are becoming famous among sweet and karam recipes. Versatile recipes can be prepared with these multi millets. Dosa is a very easy, simple and delicious dish liked by all age categories,healthy grains are mixed together to gain the balanced nutrients from grains. Actually all left over grains (1 cup ) was left over, so I planned to prepare this roast without wasting it.

The same batter made for dosa can be used to prepare Kuzhi paniyaram also, by some chopped onions, green chilli and curry leaves, heat oil season it and saute for a while,then mix the sauted ingredients in the batter, mix well and prepare kuzhi paniyaram.

Multigrains roast
Multi grains roast

Ingredients:

Pearl millet flour(Kambu)-1 heap cup

Red millet flour (Ragi)-1 heap cup

Wheat flour (Gothumai mavu)-1 heap cup

Red rice (sivapparisi)-1 flat cup

Urad-1/4 cup

Methi seeds-1 tsp

Salt 1 heap tsp

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Method to prepare:

Wash and soak red rice , urad dal and methi seeds,soak for 2 hours and grind to a smooth batter.

In a wide vessel, add pearl,red millet and wheat flour to the ground batter, add salt along with it, mix well without any lumps.

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Mixed batter should be at dosa batter consistency,allow it to ferment for 6 to 8 hours.

Heat tawa, take a ladle full of batter ,from centre spread to a thin dosa, sprinkle some  finely chopped onion if you prefer,drizzle some oil or ghee around, turn and cook the other side to make it crispy roast.

Serve this roast with mixed vegetable sambar and red chutney.

 

 

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