Mar 162015

‘Millet’ or ‘ragi’ is another super food that one has to include in their diet. It has a number of health benefits and is considered on par with oats, flax etc. Millets are good in fibre, great for heart, prevents diabetes and help regulating the blood glucose levels. A dosa made with millet flour is very filling and is hence considered a low calorie healthy food.

I have already shared my chana or chickpea dosa and lentil dosa for my #healthydosa marathon. I will be soon sharing more healthy dosa recipes that you can enjoy to your heart’s content.


Makes: 8 dosas

Cooking time: 15 mins

Soaking time: 30 mins


Ragi flour or millet flour – 1 cup

Wheat flour – ¼ cup

Semolina or sooji or upma rava – ¼ cup, optional

Sour curd or buttermilk – ½ cup (adjust water accordingly to form batter)

Ajwain or carom seeds – ¼ tsp

Salt – to taste



  1. Mix together all the ingredients and let it rest for atleast 30 minutes.
  2. Prepare the batter similar to a rava dosa batter and make dosas so that they are thin and crisp.
  3. You can add some onions to the dosa as well, they taste really well.
  4. Serve hot with a hot spicy or tangy chutney like tomato or peanut chutney.IMG_2895


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