Aug 16, 2014

Onion Rava Uttapam Recipe / Sooji Uttapam Recipe



Breakfast is one of the healthiest meal in my house. I make sure that my family gets healthy variety of meals in their diet. This is one of my favorite and healthy recipe, love this so much. It is so simple to make but taste so amazing, just calls for simple ingredients. I already posted a oats uthappam, sprouts uthappam in this blog..This is another favorite of mine..


The main flavouring comes from onion, so add a good amount of them. I prefer making this in a non stick tawa so i can use less oil. There is no raising agent in this like baking soda, so it is less fussy..


Give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Resting Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 2 to 3 mins per dosa

Ingredients:

Rava / Sooji - 1 cup
Rice Flour / Arisi Mavu - 2 tblspn
Thick sour Curd / Yogurt - 1 cup
Onion - 1 small chopped finely
Green Chillies - 2 chopped finely
Ginger - 2 tsp grated
Curry Leaves - a sprig chopped finely
Salt to taste
Water as needed

Method:


Take sooji, rice flour, curd, water in a bowl and make it into a smooth batter. Set aside for 10 mins. 

Now the batter will be thick. Add some more water and make it into a smooth pouring consistency thick batter.

Add in onions, salt, curry leaves, ginger and salt.

Heat a non stick tawa, wipe it with some oiled tissue paper.

Pour a ladleful of batter and spread it lightly.

Drizzle oil around the sides. Cook till the bottom is browned.

Flip over and cook.

Serve with chutney.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Take sooji in a bowl


Add in rice flour


mix well


add in some sour curd


add in some water


mix well and set aside for 10 mins


now it has got thick


add in some more water


it should be thick and pouring consistency


add n salt 


add in onions, chillies, ginger, curry leaves


mix well


wipe a oiled tissue paper over a tawa


pour a ladleful of batter


make thick uthappam


drizzle some oil around the sides
cook for few mins


flip over and cook


serve

19 comments:

  1. very nice.my mom usually make this.she use shallots and it tastes really good.thanks for sharing this.

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  2. I'm gonna try this tmro for breakfast.

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  3. I'm gonna try this tmro mrn for breakfast.

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  4. Hi.. I did make it and everybody enjoyed it. Thanx a lot.

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  5. Rice flour u used is less does it taste's well

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  6. can I omit rice flour... will it taste good

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  7. @Anonymousit will too soft, rice flour gives some texture

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  8. What can I put in substitute of yogurt?

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  9. You have not mentioned what spices you put in.

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  10. @Anonymousit is mentioned in the written part

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  11. It keeps on breaking and I can't flip it how do I fix it all your recipes are awesome don't know what I added more here

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  12. Love love love your recipes and pictorial guide

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  13. If I dnt hv rice flour cn I use idli rawa as substitute

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  14. @Anonymousno rice flour has to be used or add wheat flour or idli batter

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  15. Its amazing and very yummy.

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  16. Hi Aarti ...I tried this recepie . It was so delicious :) . just added some veggies to make it rich for my toddler. he loved ur dish ..Thank u..

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