13 October, 2006

Gobi/Cauliflower Uttappa

Dosa and idli are the main breakfast dishes in South India. Uttappa is another version of dosa with your choice of vegetable topping. When I was a kid Amma used to make it for me and my sis with all 2 big eyes, button nose and 100 watt smile with different vegetables and they used to be our favourite tiffin item to school. It not only used to be a big hit among our friends but also a very nutritive food highly rich in proteins. Its good for growing children and people of all age low fat nutritive food for calorie conscious and diet freeks.

Gobi Uttappa served with Tomato Cutney


Ingredients:
1 cup Raw Rice
1 cup Par Boiled Rice
1/4 cup Dehusked Black gram
1 tbsp Red gram Dal
1/2 tbsp Fenugreek/Methi seeds
Salt to Taste.
Few Cauliflower florets, chopped finely

Gobi Uttappa

Method:
Soak all ingredients in water for 3-4 hours.
Grind then to smooth paste adding salt and enough water.
Allow to ferment till next day.
Heat a tawa/pan and spread a laddle full of batter into thick circle.
Sprinkle finely chopped cauliflower on top evenly.
Cook both sides in medim flame till they turn golden brown.
Serve hot with sambhar/chutney/pickle.

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