Wheat Flour Urad dal dosa
Whole wheat atta / Whole Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Black Gram Dal / Urad dal - 1/4 cup
Salt to taste
Oil few drops
How to make the Dosa:
Best way to prepare this is when you grind your idli batter. Even otherwise soak the urad dal as you would for Idli for about 4 hrs. Grind in a grinder/mixer with just enough water.
Mix the wheat flour in 1 cup of water and add to the urad dal. Run it for couple of times for getting a mixed batter. Add salt and mix well.
As I said if you want it fermented, keep it at normal temperature. Else refrigerate. Fermented batter tends to become soft.
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- 2 cups Whole Wheat Flour / Whole Wheat Atta
- 1/4 cup Urad Dal / Black Gram Dal
- Salt to taste
- Cooking Oil few drops
How to make the Dosa
- Best way to prepare this is when you grind your idli batter. Even otherwise soak the urad dal as you would for Idli for about 4 hrs. Grind in a grinder / mixer with just enough water.
- Mix the wheat flour in 1 cup of water and add to the urad dal. Run it for couple of times for getting a mixed batter. Add salt and mix well.
- As I said if you want it fermented, keep it at normal temperature. Else, refrigerate. Fermented batter tends to become soft.
sangee vijay says
My Family history n GD makes me to take much precautions and forced me to follow all healthy n diabetic life style…Now i feel the difference n happy about my healthy eating…your wheat dosa with urad dal is new to me…from next time will try this way…thanks for sharing!!
I'm a health food junkie. I don't eat white rice at home and have always preferred whole grains. This recipe will add a good variation to my meals. Thanks Srivalli, the dosa looks delicious.
Hari Chandana says
Nice and healthy combination.. yummy !!
Dono when i will make the lifestyle change..but have heard about the goodness of this.. I will incorporate it in diet now.. I have a history of family diabetes and this is a helpful one..Its looks good & if its soft..cant ask more 🙂
Dosa looks perfect. I am enjoying blogging marathon. Because of this I get to know different recipes and get connected with many new blogs. Thank you
Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi says
Good one. I bet this is a very filling dosa and I like the crispy dosas better 🙂
Wheat dosa ia my favourite. good combo.
nice dosa..healthy one too
With my FIL being diabetic this is great for me. Thanks.
vaishali sabnani says
I was only familiar with a few variations..love the idea of wheat flour in dosa...a crunchier one for me too..:)
Very innovative !
who wouldn't love such healthy dosas.
veena krishnakumar says
Valli I make this with whole wheat grain.My mom being a high diabetic , itry to make this regularly I love the colour of the dosa.Looks great
Preeti Garg says
recipe loook so healthy and yuummmm too
When i read wheat dosa, i thought it to be the regular kothumai dosa we make!! this is very new to me. Dosa looks yummy!!!
The worst thing that can happen to me is to get diabetics, cause, not only me, but my entire family LOVES sweets and we cannot even imagine not being able to eat sweets! Luckily no family history so far and hope it stays that way.
The dosas look very nice and the sambar is so colorful 🙂
The Pumpkin Farm says
I am new to wheat flour dosas, but i defnitely want to try it...if u know my passion for pan cakes 🙂
Jayasri Ravi says
Nice Dosa, looks so yummy...,
This a health post.I am going to pass this recipe to my mom so that she can make dosa for my grandma who is diabetic patient. Thanks valli.
nice and healthy Valli ! I liked the idea of addition of veggies to the batter!
Though I have been preparing dosas for BM I still can't have enough of it :). Loved this version of dosa and I am sure to try it out sometime soon...
rekhas kitchen says
I mix a tab sp of rice flour to wheat dosa batter will try wit urad next time urad dal is better option always..
Nice Dosa Idea Valli.. what if we increase the urad dal in this a little bit ??
Suma Gandlur says
This also sounds interesting. never tried adding urad to wheat flour dosas.