iSo, mixed some available flours in hand along with the cooked oats and made these dosa for our breakfast. Kiddo happy with the breakfast, mommy happy for not wasting and tummy too happy for keeping it full!! 🙂
Jokes apart, this is another easy to make mix and pour dosa, for your busy mornings, just remember to serve it hot straight from the tava along with spicy chutney or sambhar. If you are looking for Oats Dosa using raw oats/uncooked oats, you can find the recipe here
1/3 cup Besan/Gram flour
- To a large bowl, add the cooked oats, both the flour and salt, mix well with a ladle. It will be a gooey dough, to this add water little by little and make a smooth, pour-able batter. The batter should be a bit thin than the regular dosa batter but not watery. If you find the batter too thick, like idly batter then add another 1/4 of water to it and mix.
- Now to this batter, add the seasonings, one by one, and mix well. I actually skipped the green chilies, since i was making it for my kiddo’s breakfast, incase you are making it for adults, go ahead and add that chili.
- Heat a dosa pan/cast-ron tava, add a tsp of oil when it is hot, wipe it clean with a tissue/a piece of cloth. Take a ladle of batter, pour it from outside to inside. you will not pour it like regular dosa, you should do it like rava dosa, from outside to inside.