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Aug 2, 2014

Oats Uthappam Recipe / Instant Oats Uthappam Recipe

I always have on hand, they are such a versatile ingredient in indian cooking. You can not only make yummy porridge out of it, but you can make delicious breakfast from it too, like your basic idli, pongal, dosa, kuzhi paniyaram, kozhukattai, upma and this uthappam..

I have quite few other oats recipes also in this blog..U can check all of them right here. Now this uthappam is great for breakfast, since it is topped with all healthy veggies, it looks colourful so your kids will surely love it..You can serve this with any chutney of your choice..But tomato chutney and coconut chutney goes well with it..Even sambar is not a bad idea..

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 2 to 3 mins per batch
Serves : 4 to 5


Instant Oats / Quick Cooking Oats - 2 cups
Rava / Sooji / Semolina - 1/4 cup
Water as needed
Green Chillies - 2 finely chopped
Ginger - 1 tblspn grated
Curry leaves a sprig
Salt to taste
Eno Fruit Salt / Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Oil as needed

For Topping:
Carrot - 1 large grated
Capsicum - 1/2 cup chopped finely
Onion - 1 medium size chopped finely
Tomatoes - 1 chopped finely (seed removed)


Mix all the ingredients for topping in a bowl. Set aside till use.

Take oats in a blender and make it into a fine powder. Add in curd and grind it to a smooth paste.

Take this in a bowl and add some water to it.

Now add in sooji, ginger, chillies, curry leaves, salt and mix well. Let it sit for 10 mins. Add more water if needed.

Now add in eno salt and mix well.

Heat a non stick tawa and use a paper towel to grease it lightly with some oil.

Pour a ladleful of batter in it, sprinkle with the topping and drizzle some oil. Cover with a lid and cook on a medium heat for 2 mins.

Flip over and cook for a min on other side too.

Remove and serve with any chutney.

Take all your ingredients

Ingredients for topping

You will need some instant oats

take it in a blender

Make it into a fine powder

add curd

puree again

take it in a bowl

I washed the blender with some water and
poured back into the bowl

mix well

add in some fine rava

in goes some chopped chillies

grated ginger

curry leaves

mix well

now leave this to sit for 10 mins..

Add some eno fruit salt or baking soda

mix well..look at the air bubbles formed

These air bubbles will make the uthappam softer

Heat a tawa

Season with some oil

pour a ladleful of batter in
dont spread too much

i mixed all the topping ingredients

sprinkle some on top

drizzle with oil

cover for few mins

flip over and cook

You can make three uthappam at the same time too



  1. hi aarti.... I have been readng ur recipies cont. I would like to know rava dosai recipe

  2. @Anonymous here is the link for rava dosa

  3. Hii I just started reading your recipes few days back. .. liking it too much. .the way you present it with pics helps to read it very fast.. I have read all your earlier recipes in three days..
    I m also a lover of soya chunks. ..
    Keep posting yummmy and healthy recipe

  4. Hey i have been following your blog posts lately...i would like to try oats uttapam..which sooji should i use?

  5. @Yamini MYou can use any brand store bought sooji

  6. Hi Aarthi, it looks nice. Do you have oats soup receipe? Thanks.

  7. Hi love your recipes. Instead of curd, could we use something else? Thanks

  8. Hye Aarti ur recipes r yum n the presentation with the pics r awesum

  9. Can quaker oats be used for this recipe?

  10. Can we use oats without roasting in this uttapam?

  11. @Anonymousyes u can use oats without roasting..But roasting will give nice aroma

  12. Hi, today I made it.it came out well.superb. U r gr8.

  13. U hv tried dis receipe bt d utappm becomes vry stiky n wetty typ. Is dat hw it is suppose to b ??

  14. @Anonymousno it wont be sticky, u have to cook more then.

  15. Ok il try bt d outer skin of utappm gets cooked nicely n thr inside part is stiky kinds

  16. @Anonymouscook it on low heat till everything is cooked

  17. This recipe has changed my life :D. I'll start following your blog/site. Thanks for sharing. Loved it !!! 😊

  18. This recipe changed my life :D... loved it. Thanks for sharing.

  19. This recipe has changed my life :D. I'll start following your blog/site. Thanks for sharing. Loved it !!! 😊

  20. Try this way. Keep a ring( metal). Spread cut vegetables in the ring. Pour the batter a little thick. Pour oil as it cooks flip it over. And cook for a few seconds . Remove ring when you flip.
    This worked out better.
    Nice recipe.
    Rama .

  21. Hi Aarthi, i tried out this yesterday for dinner. It tasted really good.By the way can't we use fresh milk instead of curd..??

  22. Gr8 recipe and its pictorial make it easier to understand.


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