Feb 042015
 
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Oats as everyone knows is very healthy. It has a good amount of dietary fibre and is also low on calories hence making a good option for both breakfast and dinners. It is a quick option for dinners too where you need not ferment anything, you can simply prepare instant batters and mix in some curd for easy yet healthy dinners.

This recipe of uttappams using oats is a very tasty one and the use of lots of vegetables in it makes it more healthier. This goes well with any chutney or sambar and also besan or bombay chutney.

 

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Oats can be made for idly, dosa, curries like my oats cabbage kofta curry and oats-stuffed mirchi curry. You can also make patties out of it like I have shown in oats patties for burgers.

Makes: 8-10

Preparation time: 30 mins

Cooking time: 15 mins

Ingredients

Rolled oats/quick-cooking oats – 1 cup (blended to a fine powder)

Cracked wheat rava/broken wheat/godhuma rava/daliya – ½ cup

Semolina/sooji/upma ravva – ¼ cup (you may skip the broken wheat and use ¾ cups suji too)

Yogurt/curd/buttermilk – ¼ cup

Salt – to taste

Oil – 1 tbsp

Carrot (grated), capsicum (finely chopped), onion (finely chopped), tomato(finely chopped) – ½ cup combined.

Coriander leaves – 2 tbsp (very finely chopped)

Green chili – 1 (very finely chopped)

Cumin seeds – 1 tsp

Cumin/jeera powder – 1 tsp, optional

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Procedure:

  1. In a large mixing bowl, mix together the oats, cracked wheat rava, suji, curd, vegetables, coriander, chili, cumin seeds and powder, ½ cup water and give a good mix till there are no lumps.
  2. Then add water accordingly to make uttappam batter consistency and also add salt. Mix well and let it rest for atleast 30 minutes.
  3. After 30 minutes, the batter would have thickened a bit (as the broken wheat absorbs moisture), so you may have to add another ¼ cup water if needed.
  4. Then heat a tawa/flat pan and add a tsp oil. Pour a ladle of batter and roast it on both sides.
  5. Serve the uttappams hot with any chutney or sambar.IMG_2295-2IMG_2302-2

Note:

  1. The broken wheat is a healthy alternative to reduce the amount of suji.
  2. The recipe works well for unflavored and flavored oats too. I made this with masala oats hence the yellow color of my uthappams.
  3. Make sure you make the uttappams slightly thick rather than a dosa type.
  4. You can skip the suji altogether and increase the broken wheat quantity too!!IMG_2327-3

  8 Responses to “Instant Oats Uthappam – healthy low calorie and high fibre recipe”

  1.  

    Hi…. I love your ideas. They are delicious and easy to follow

  2.  

    Me and my family loved the recipe 🙂

  3.  

    What is Cracked wheat rava/broken wheat/godhuma rava/daliya – ½ cup

    Where do u find it in USA grocery by which name??

    Oats we can use quackers brand ??
    Thank u
    Will try it

    •  

      Hi,
      Cracked wheat is ‘lapsi rava small’, I am not sure what they call in USA and yes quaker oats will work fine.
      thank you Kusum !

  4.  

    Hi Pk. I am not able to access your blog for a long time now. I think you will have to activate the mobile version. Even now I can’t read yourost.

    •  

      Hi, are you able to open the site – http://pkskitchenequations.com/
      You should not have trouble opening it, try it out and let me know. My wordpress site is no longer active and the mobile version for my domain now is also running live, have you tried it? do let me know.

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