Sep 4, 2012

Onion Uthappam


Today I post “Onion Uthappam” in “Low Calorie Breakfast” under Blogging Marathon #20. For this recipe, we made the fine batter with mix lentils and add chopped green chilli and onion as a topping. It’s a really great option for breakfast as a low calorie meal because under this we used differ type of Indian lentil which are the great source of proteins, dietary fibre, vitamin B and minerals. Its contain lots of iron which good for human bones specially.
You can serve Uthappam with sambhar or sauces and accomplish with juice in breakfast, as in this recipe I choose onion as a topping, you can change according to availability or preference like carrots, tomatoes, capsicum, beans more veggies. Hope so my friends like this recipe…


Preparation time: 1 Hr 15 Min
Cooking time: 5 Min per Uthappam
Serving:  2 Uthappam
Ingredients
1/4 cup Split Skinless Black lentils/ Dhuli Urad Dal
1/4 cup Bengal Gram/ Chana Dal
1/4 cup Yellow Pigeon Lentil/ Arhar Dal
Salt to taste
Black Pepper Powder
1/2 cup Onion, Chopped
1 Green Chili, Finely Chopped
1/4 tsp. Fruit Salt
1 Tbsp. Oil
Directions
Wash and soak the all three pulses in water for more than one hour. Now drain the water and make smooth paste in grinder. Combine salt and chopped green chillies. Add fruit salt into the paste and mix it well.
Now grease the non-stick tawa with the oil and pour the full ladle of batter on hot tawa in round and thick equally form and sprinkle onion on the top of uthappam and spread little oil more… cook it till to golden…  sprinkle little black pepper and salt on the top of uthappam. Serve hot uthappam with sauce or shambar.


Submit this Uthappam with following event:
CWS Event- Chickpea





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17 comments:

  1. This one is one of my fav breakfast..the only difference is I use lots of coriander too..yum!!

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  2. Yummmm.. Love the picture with the fork!!

    Sowmya

    Ongoing Event - Coconut

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  3. Oothappam looks fantastic

    Event: Dish name starts with O

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  4. The name itself makes me drool,mouthwatering here.

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  5. Hi Preeti ...
    Lovely blog :-)
    Glad to follow you !!!
    Please do visit mine in your spare time :-)
    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe
    Vada with Sambhar

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  6. Its ages since I made this.Nice breakfast...

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  7. my dad's fav thing..so I have picked it from him...urs looks nice

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