This Multi Millet Masala Dosa Batter is an instant breakfast mix made exclusively with millets. It contains no rice or wheat, making it a healthy and nutritious choice for busy mornings. The included masala powder adds a spicy kick to the mix and helps you skip the preparation time without sacrificing taste.
Masala Dosa is a popular and authentic delicacy from Mysore in Karnataka. The recipe was developed in the royal kitchens of Mysore long ago. Dosa is a fermented crepe or a pancake made from cereals and lentils. The original masala dosa is spread with a thick red chilly paste and filled with potato masala. This pack also contains a sachet of red masala to make the chilly paste and spread on your yummy dosa.
FORGOTTEN FOODS Masala Dosa is an instant mix made from ancient Little millet and Kodo millet whole grains, no rice and no wheat. The dosa batter will be ready in just 5 minutes by adding water and sour curds.
This pack of 400 grams dry millet powder can make 15 dosas to serve 5 people.
HISTORY: Kodo millet is an ancient grain and is known as Varagu Arisi in Tamil, Arikelu Biyam in Telugu, Kodri/Kodra/Kodon in Hindi and Aarka Akki in Kannada. Little millet is known as Samai, Saamalu, Saame, Kutki, etc in local languages.
Millets are known as Siridhanya/ Sridhanya/ Siridhanyalu/ Sirithenaigal/ Siridhanyagalu across different regions in India. They are forgotten grains and our effort is to bring them back to the mainstream for future food security and access to better nutrition.
-High in plant proteins
-It is has high fibre content which may help to keep your gut clean. You may drink more water to flush out the fibres and for better bowel movement.
- Rich in nutrients
- Millets are low in GI. They digest slowly and release energy in a sustained manner and do not cause any blood sugar spikes. Hence they may be suitable for diabetics, sports persons and fitness freaks to keep sustained energy levels for a longer time when compared to rice or wheat.
It is very easy and convenient to make FORGOTTEN FOODS millet dosa batter.
Step 1) Add 1 measure of MIX to 1 measure of water and 1/2 measure of sour curd and mix well to form batter. Keep aside for 5 minutes.
Step 2) Mix the masala powder with water to form a consistent paste to spread on the dosa later.
Step 3) Spread sufficient batter on hot tava on medium flame. Add 1tbsp oil to the sides.
Step 4) Spread the masala paste on the dosa. Roast till golden brown on medium flame. Serve hot.
Little millet, kodo millet, split blackgram, fenugreek, salt, cooking soda and sugar.
Masala powder - Red chilly, coriander seed, tamarind, garlic, cumin, pepper, salt.
DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug adminstration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The result may vary from person to person.
Multi Millet Masala Dosa - Healthy Ready to Cook Dosa Batter Breakfast Premix - No Rice, No Wheat, Only Millets