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Oat Dosa (Spicy Pancake)

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Instant Oat dosa is an easy recipe that is perfect for busy families. Sometimes you want to make something that is easy and hassle free and of course healthy.  Oat dosas are instant dosas and make a great breakfast or any time snack. This gluten-free dish is made with oats, rice flour, yogurt, and a few spices. I am also adding cabbage and carrots for texture.  This will definitely be a staple in my house.

This recipe will serve 2.

Instant Oat Dosa Recipe by ManjulaIngredients:

  • 1 cup quick oats
  • 1/2 cup rice flour
  • 1/2 cup yogurt whipped
  • 1/8 teaspoon asafetida
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1 green chili finely chopped
  • 2 tablespoon cilantro finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon ginger finely shredded
  • 1/3 cup cabbage shredded
  • 1/3 cup carrot shredded
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup water
  • 1-1/2 teaspoon ENO
  • 1-1/2 tablespoons oil

Method

  1. Grind oats to make fine powder. Add all the dry ingredients except ENO rice flour, asafetida, salt, and cumin seeds mix it well. Notes: ENO is added just before making dosa.
  2. Add yogurt mix, add water as needed to make batter consistency of dosa or pancake mix. Set aside for about fifteen minutes.
  3. Add green chilies, cilantro, cabbage and carrots mix it well.
  4. Place a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Grease the skillet lightly. Test by sprinkling a few drops of water on it. The water should sizzle right away.
  5. In a small bowl take about ½ cup of batter and add ¼ teaspoon of ENO mix it well batter will become little frothy.
  6. Pour the batter mixture into the skillet and spread evenly with the back of a spoon, about seven inches in diameter.
  7. When the batter begins to dry, gently spread one teaspoon of oil over it. Wait about 30 seconds, then flip the dosa using a flat spatula.
  8. Press the dosa lightly with the spatula all around to assure even cooking, turning two to three times. Dosa should be golden brown on both sides.
  9. Repeat for the remaining dosas.
  10. Serve oat dosa with your choice of chutney, I like with tomato chutney.

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55 thoughts on “Oat Dosa (Spicy Pancake)

  1. Hi ! this is a fantastic recipe ! The family loved it, thank you so much for all your great videos, I have tried so many of your recipes already…. always a great success !

  2. Hi Manjula, i would like to have your recipes in portuguese becouse i don’t speak enghish very well. What can i do??? Please answer me. Thanks a lot. Norma Braga from Brasil, Rio de Janeiro.

      1. Hi Manjula, this isn’t gluten free dear, oats contain gluten. Thanks for all the recipes, we have been enjoying them for years now.

        1. In the USA oats are considered gluten free while in other countries they aren’t or are very difficult to find without wheat contamination. I would be interested in knowing if there is a gluten free substitute for quick oats because I see them everywhere in recipes but I can’t use them (if I want the dish to be gluten free for coeliacs).

    1. Hello Madam,
      Tks so much for that tip; I made it today, substituting carrots and cabbage with chopped kale and onions (as I did not have the former with me today) and it was really delicious. Thank you again.
      I would like to have a baked version of chakli made with chickpea flour. I tried out some recipes that were on the web and they turned out to be very hard, not as soft as the normal chaklis. Await your recipe. Have a lovely weekend.

  3. Hi Manjula ji, ur recipes r awesome, have tried few and love it….in the recipe can we use rolled oats…..Thanku

  4. Thanks a million Manjula. Your recipe really helps me a lot….. Now I can cook everything and make my in laws impressed. Thanks

  5. Tnks for this receipe. I have been trying out with moong sal along with oats adding curds but it is to stick on the tawa. But is tis the ENO we take for gas. Pl inform me .

  6. It seems awfully tasteful. I will try it very soon.
    I am a great fan of you and your dishes.
    Thanks Manjula.

  7. Terrifically tasty recipe! I made it for my sister’s family and a few weeks later my 11 year old nephew called to ask for the recipe… thanks as always for your wonderful recipes dear Manjulaji.

  8. Me gusta muchísimo la comida vegetariana y sus recetas se ven deliciosas tengo muchos deseos de prepararlos el problema es que no entiendo excepto alguna que otra palabra. Es posible que lo pudieran , también , presentarla en español. Muchas gracias por su atención y muchas felicidades por la excelente página muy interesante .

    Gricel

  9. Very good recipe. I use to make regular oats porridge but this is a very good options and will be liked by every family member.

  10. It is a great recipe. I have added baking soda and it works perfectly. It is so tasty that I made it for breakfast and lunch. I have also prepared dry part ready for tomorrow.
    Thanks.

  11. Hello Madam
    Does one have to add the 1/4 tsp ENO to every 1/2 cup of batter ? Kindly clarify
    Vicky

  12. Manjulaji which oats have you used..if you can send a picture of the packet, as i live in singapore and get a lot of brands here.

  13. Sorry, I read now the earlier reactions. ENO is fuit salt. Don’t have it here, but know now how to substitue it.

  14. thank you for sharing this ~~ I really appreciate the video and cannot wait to make it! I will be needing to look up esparta spice (is this spelled correctly?) and Eno, as I am not familiar with these items ~ ~ but really loooove learning about new things …. so, will enjoy the adventure. Mahalo, Adaire

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