Friday, April 10, 2009

Barley-Oats-Quinoa-Ragi Dosai/Crepe

Good to Know - Millet is highly nutritious, non-glutinous, is not an acid forming food so is soothing and easy to digest. In fact, it is considered to be one of the least allergenic and most digestible grains available and it is a warming grain so will help to heat the body in cold or rainy seasons and climates. It is nearly 15% protein, contains high amounts of fiber, B-complex vitamins including niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin, the essential amino acid methionine,lecithin, and some vitamin E. It is particularly high in the minerals iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium. The seeds are also rich in phytochemicals, including Phytic acid, which is believed to lower cholesterol, and Phytate, which is associated with reduced cancer risk.




Cooking Time : 20-30 mins
Preparation Time : 15-2o mins
Serves : 4 to 6

Ingredients

Oats - 1/2 Cup
Whole barley - 1/2 Cup
Quinoa - 1/2 Cup
Millet Flour – 1/2 Cup
Chia powder – 2 table spoon
Green Chilli - 1
Ginger - 1 inch Piece
Onion - 1
Water
Salt to taste.
Oil

Method of Preparation

1) Soak Oats, whole barley and Quinoa for 2 hours.
2) Wash and rinse thoroughly and grind them along with green chilli, ginger and salt.
3) Soaking and rinsing quinoa is very important or you will get a bitter taste from quinoa.
4) Add millet and chia powder and add water to get a slightly thin than pancake batter consistency.
5) Chop onion to fine pieces and add this and salt (if required) to the mixture.
6) You can also add chopped cilantro to this batter.
7) Now heat an iron griddle, take one big spoonful of batter and make it nice big pancake and pour 1 tsp of oil around it.
8) Once the side is well cooked turn the dosa and make sure the other side is cooked before removing it.
9) Serve this with sambhar, chutney or with mixing grated cucumber and mint with greek yogurt.
10) This dish is ideal for people who are looking for sugar free and low carb option.

3 comments:

J said...

This looks like a great recipe. However I do not have any chia powder. What I substitute this with?
Is the whole barley the same as pearl barley?
Thanks!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

If you have flax seed powder substitute that with Chia powder. I used Chia powder so that it is easier to make and the batter doesn't stick to the griddle. If you don't have flax seed, to make a small pancake. If you don't have any problem in removing from the griddle go ahead otherwise use two tbsp of rice flour. Whole barley is different from Pearl barley. Pearl barley is like white rice and Whole barley is wholesome one without any polishing.

sangeeta said...

this is great..i make multigrain dosa without chia which is not available here...possibilities are endless...barley dosa is different from this n each combo of multigrains tastes different..

 
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