Sep 27, 2013

Wheat Rava Adai/ Broken Wheat Adai

Today I share Wheat Rawa Adai from south region under regional category. Generally wheat rawa is known as broken wheat or daliya. It is a good source of iron, magnesium, fiber and phosphorus. It’s a very valuable and healthy meal for people who are concerned about heart and health both. Broken wheat can be stored in airtight jar in cool and dry place for future use.


Commonly I used broken wheat to prepare boiled daliya, vegetable daliya, daliya upma, lapsi but adai or dosa is really very new to me. Personally I have less idea about South Indian flavors, so I adopt this recipe from Kamla’s Corner. First I have little confusion about wheat rava, means wheat rava is daliya or semolina. But thanks to Kamla who tell me about wheat rawa is same as daliya or broken wheat. You can serve this adai recipe with green chutney or coconut chutney. 




Preparation Time: 4 Hours
Cooking Time: 15-20 Minutes
Servings: 4 Adai
Category: South Cuisine
Recipe Source: Kamla’s Corner

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup Broken wheat/ Wheat Rawa
1/4 Cup Red Split Gram/ Tuvar dal
1/2 Tbsp. Black Skinless Split Lentil/Urad dal
1 Tbsp. Green Gram/ Green Moong Dal
1 Tbsp. Bengal Gram/ Chana Dal
2 Whole Dried Red Chilies
Pinch of Asafoetida
Salt to Taste
1 Green Chili
1 Medium Onion, Chopped
5-6 Curry leaves
Oil for shallow fry

Instructions:


Wash and soak the lentils and grams for 3-4 hours in water.
Clean and soak the broken wheat or daliya for one hour in water. 
(Just cover the daliya with water)
Grind the soaked grams with enough water.
Place the batter in separate bowl and mix with broken wheat.
Add onion, green chili, curry leaves and salt. Mix well.


Grease the oil in non-stick pan or dosa tawa. 
Add spoonful batter and spread with ladle.
Cook the adai from both sides till to golden.
Serve hot wheat rawa adai with coconut dip. 



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16 comments:

  1. Wow thats a very very delicious and a super healthy adai dear :) they have come out so yummy !!

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  2. Love to finish that whole plate rite now,irresistible and seriously tempting adai..

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  3. Healthy , and perfect for breakfasts and evenings .

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  4. Oh this will be a great hit in our house. .very healthy and we all love South flavours..good one Preeti.

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  5. Wow.. wheat rawa adais came out really well. Crispy and love that golden color.. yumm!!

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  6. Easy and crisp dosas Preeti :) looks yum

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  7. Oh that is simple and delicious adai!! looks so crispy!!

    Sowmya

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  8. Preeti you seemed to be cooking a lot of south Indian dishes...looks very crispy and yumm

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  9. Adai looks delecious, an healthy alternative too :)

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  10. how interesting to use bulghur in flatbread - but very healthy and lovely color

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  11. Wheat rava adai looks soft inside and crispy outside ! Good one...

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  12. Great looking Adai. Crisp and soft with a golden touch. Healthy all the way.

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  13. My W was also dalia based (payasam). Nice adai, this is a healthy choice for breakfast.

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  14. Love the wheat twist to the classic adai. healthy breakfast.

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