|ragi oat idli|
Yes, you have come at the right place. Here, you will find a variety of recipes with oatmeal.
This oatmeal idli recipe is just one example of my experiments with this fiber-rich grain.
Ever since I started experimenting with oats, I have fallen in love with this fibrous grain. I love it for its sheer qualities that provide a health boost in more ways than one.
Tried combining oats and ragi to make savory steamed cakes. The combination doesn't disappoint.
Oatmeal benefits health in numerous ways:
Here's the healthy oatmeal recipe of idlis:
1 cup- oat meal (ground oat powder)
1 cup- suji (semolina)
1/2 cup- ragi (finger millet)
1 cup- curd
Water to make idli batter - not too thick, nor too runny
Grated veggies of your choice - I included carrot, peas, ginger, and capsicum
Baking soda- 2 fat pinches
- Take oat powder, suji, and ragi.
- Add curd.
- Add salt and grated/chopped veggies.
- Now add water. Make sure it is not too thick nor too watery.
- Grease idli moulds and add baking soda when you are ready for steaming.
- Pour batter into each idli well. Steam on high heat for 8-10 minutes.
- Enjoy with tomato chutney or bengal gram-coconut chutney, or sambar.
Tomato chutney recipe
|ragi oats idli|
1/2 tsp- chana dal
1/2 tsp- urad dal
1/4 tsp- mustard seeds
1 small piece of ginger
1/4 tsp oil
salt, 1 dry red chilly or green chilly
sugar- 2 fat pinches or little more
- Take oil in a pan.
- Heat on high flame.
- Add dry red chilly, chana dal, urad dal and mustard seeds.
- Next add curry leaves. Stir fry.
- Now add tomatoes. Switch off the flame. We do not want to heat tomatoes much.
- Grind the mixture with curd, salt, and sugar.
If nobody likes bottle gourd in your family, here is a simple way to hide it in their meals. Try this lauki chutney.
|tomato lauki chutney|
Go to the recipe of Bengal gram-coconut chutney here.
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