Mar 20, 2015

Vegetable Uthappam

Vegetable Uthappam is a thick & soft dosai base with sprinkled veggies on top.Uthappam is a popular south-indian breakfast.This is one of the tricky healthy ways to feed kids.It keeps your stomach full for longer time.Be generous with sprinkling chaat masala powder OR Idly-podi for the better taste.

Vegetable Uthappam Recipe :
Thats it : Spread Thick Dosai Base - Sprinkle Veggies - Flip Over
Total Time : 15mins
Yields : 4medium-size Uthappams

Ingredients :
Fresh Idly-Dosai Batter - 2Cups
Onion  - 4tbsp
Veggies      - 1Cup
Green Chilli  - 1
Coriander / Mint Leaves - 4tbsp
Chaat Masala OR Idly Podi  - 2tbsp
Seesame oil / Nallennai  -  2tsp

{Veggies Of Ur Choice: Carrot,Tomato,Panneer,Beetroot,Mushroom,Capsicum}

Preparation :

# Chop onion,green chillies,veggies,coriander leaves lengthwise or fine pieces.
# Keep ready with fresh Idly-dosai batter.Check for the salt.

       Cook in Medium Flame 

1.Heat a dosai pan with medium flame,pour two ladle full of fresh batter,let it be spread.Dont spread with ladle.
2.Sprinkle chopped 1tbsp onion,green chilli,1/4 Cup of veggies ,1tbsp of coriander leaves throughout the spread,sprinkle generous amount(1/4tbsp) of Idly podi OR Chaat masala powder.
3.Drizzle oil around dosai.
4.Cook for 1min till ¾ th cooking of dosai.Small holes appears over the dosai and cook till the base browns in colour.Dont overcook,it turns hard.
5.Flip over and cook for 30secs.
6.Now take it from the dosai pan,it looks soft texture in upper side with light brown colour cooked veggies.(Dont overcook otherwise veggies turn black in colour and tastes bitter.)

Vegetable Uthappam is ready...!!!

Serve hot with sambar,coconut chutney.

Notes :
1.Always use fresh idly-dosai batter for uthappam.Old batter’s uthappam turns so hard.
2.Dont overcook dosai,it may also results hard textured dosai.
3.Adding Idly podi OR chaat masala powder gives nice flavour and taste.
4.After flipping it,dont overcook otherwise veggies turns black in colour and tastes bitter.
5.Adding green chillies are optional.

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