Protein is one nutrient we all want in our morning meals to kick-start our day with a bang. Thankfully, there is a whole host of recipes we can go for to get our daily protein fix. If you are south Indian food lover like us, we are sure you would want to eat a dosa or idli or upma every day. While there are some ways you can make your dosa to bring in variety to your plate, but there aren’t too many options, do you agree?! To help you find one more dosa recipe that is unique and nutritious, we bring to you this high protein dosa that will offer you a whole new breakfast experience.
The recipe for this plant-protein dosa was shared by Food Safety And Standards Authority Of India (FSSAI) on their official Twitter handle. FSSAI carries a healthy and nutritious recipe every week as part of its ‘EatRightIndia’ movement. The aim is to inculcate healthy eating habits among people and promote wholesome nutrition in their daily diet.
This protein-rich dosa is made with a combination of green gram dal and black gram dal. The addition of peas and carrots levels up its nutritional value and flavor profile as well. The best part about the recipe is the cooking time which is just 10 minutes.
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The recipe requires these ingredients – Green Gram, Black Gram Dal, Rice, Tamarind Seeds, Cowpea, Peas, Carrot, Cumin, Onion, and Coriander Leaves for garnishing.
Start by roasting the tamarind seeds and soak them for a couple of hours. Soak the dals and rice together for 4-6 hours. Grind it all to make a fine paste. Add salt and leave it out for 3-4 hours. Cook the mixture on a non-stick pan, just like you cook regular dosa. Make sure to pour only a ladle full of the batter to make one dosa. Cook along with tamarind seeds, cumin seeds, onion and carrot. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve with chutney of your choice. This recipe recommends groundnut and ginger chutney as an accompaniment.
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