Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Butterbean Soy Dosa

A healthy protein rich dosa is very good choice for kids and those people who are on protein rich diet. This dosa contains butter beans and soya beans, both are rich in protein and other vitamins which are essential in our daily diet. I would love venturing something new all times. It is nourishing and tasty. It helps in gaining weight. It improves the strength.  I chose this protein rich Butterbean Soy Dosa for breakfast today.   I like incorporating healthy things into our everyday cooking without sacrificing taste and flavor. You can serve the soya bean dosas with coconut chutney, sambar or even the dry podis. This goes well with a simple red chilly chutney.
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Prep time: 20 mins |Cook time: 20 mins |serves:12 dosas
Cuisine: South Indian 
Ingredients
Quantity
Dry soya Beans(Small variety)
1  cup
Butter beans
½ cup
Regular raw rice or cooked rice
¼  cup
Green chillies
3-4 no’s
Grated ginger
2”
Fennel seeds
2 tbsp.
Idly batter(optional)
½ cup
Oil
As needed
Salt
To taste
Hing(perungayam)
Pinch
 Method
1. Soak rice and fennel seeds in plenty of water.Soak soybeans, butter beans in a separate bowl for 4 -6 hours. Drain and discard the soaking liquid.butter12. Grind all the soaked beans to a smooth batter adding little water and salt.I actually pressure cooked butter beans alone,Now again grind them along with cooked rice, green chillies, fennel seeds, grated ginger, hing with enough water to get a smooth paste. Add idly batter if you like.butter2 3. Add water to adjust the consistency of the batter (it should be thick, yet pouring consistency).To this batter add salt. butter34, On a hot tawa or griddle, pour a ladle full of batter. Do not over spread it.Spray some oil on the sides and top. Cover and cook for 3-4 min.When browned, carefully lift and turn over, again cook till golden brown.IMG_20131203_085937-001 5. Serve these yummy and healthy butterbean soya dosas with red chilli chutney and sambar. It some people think its very spicy,go with idli milagai podi
Notes
There is no need to ferment the batter.Can be served with potato curry too. Lovely combination and tastes good.

16 comments:

  1. too good .. never tried anything like this

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    1. Oh is that so..actually first time when I tried it was a complete failure.Then my sister in law( cousin ) instructed me to add the cooked rice.there the secret lies for this crispyness.

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  2. that's a really healthy dosa...

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  3. Very healthy and innovative dosa !

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  4. wow.. that definelty a healthy dosa.. love ur addition of beans.. :) Eat Vegetables Stay Healthy event w Giveaway

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    1. Thank you so much for ur lovely comments

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  5. Very healthy dosa. My mom used to add soya while preparing idli batter but addition of butter beans is very new to me. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes poorni..my aunty does too soak soya along with the idly rice and urad dal.Such a healthy dosa too.

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  6. soya bean dosa is really healthy...never tried dosa with soyabean...

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  7. very healthy recipe!!
    www.sailajakitchen.org

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    1. Thank you Sailaja...for visiting my site.Surely I will see your space and try some new dishes.

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