Wednesday 31 January 2018

Thinai Dosai/Foxtail Millet Dosai/திணை தோசை- Healthy Breakfast/Dinner Recipe

I wanted to share a very healthy dosai and I chose to post a super delicious and super healthy Thinai Dosai/Foxtail Millet Dosai/ தினை தோசை. Thinai/Foxtail millet has been a staple food among the people in South India for long time from the Sangam period. It helps the body by reducing the factor of diabetes, ideal for reducing cholesterol of the body and helps in increasing the metabolic rate. Thinai is highly rich in anti-oxidation which removes all the acidic elements away from body. Thinai promotes digestion, increases energy levels to a great extent. Thinai is a great source of protein, every 100 gms of it contains 12.3 g of protein, 8 g of fiber, 3.3 g of essential minerals, 2.8 g of iron 31 g of calcium etc. For now try out healthy Thinai Dosai and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and healthy Millet/Sirudhaniya vagaigal recipes and all bout Millets/Sirudhaaniyangal in the links and enjoy.

Here’s how to make Thinai/Foxtail Millet Recipes with step by step photos…

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Thinai/Foxtail Millet
1 ½ cup
Idli Rice/Idli Arisi
½ cup
Urad Dal/Ullutham Paruppu
½ cup
Fenugreek Seeds/Vendhayam
1 tsp
As needed
Author: Priya Anandakumar

Wash and soak Thinai/fox tail millet, Idli rice, urad dal + fenugreek for at least 5-6 hours.

Drain the water, wash again thoroughly and grind everything together to fine paste.

Transfer the ground batter to a big bowl. Add salt and mix really well.

Let it ferment overnight or for at least 6-7 hours.

Heat the dosa tawa, pour one ladle full of batter and make dosa by spreading in a circular motion from inside. Drizzle oil along the sides of the dosa and cook evenly on both the sides.

A super healthy and delicious Thinai Dosai is ready to be enjoyed. Serve it hot with any chutney/thogaiyal variety of your choice. You also serve it with any spicy kuzhambu of your choice as well.

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