I use a lot of quinoa in my everyday food. I can owe a lot of weight loss to this simply amazing grain. In summers, quinoa tabbouleh has been a regular dinner at home. That said, I had never tried making the dosa till today. It happened quite accidentally I must say. I had soaked some quinoa to try to sprout, so that I could make some salad. Maybe the temperature was too low, the grains never sprouted even after a couple of days. So, I thought it might be a good idea to try making dosas, anyway it was one of those days when it was boring coming up with something for dinner.
It worked out wonderfully. It’s a great dosa for a quick dinner or breakfast. I do prefer the fermented taste of a dosa, though…. This tastes a teeny bit sweetish. But it’s healthy!!
- 2 cup measures quinoa- soaked for about 2 hours and drained
- Rice- soaked for a couple of hours too.
- Salt to taste
- Baking soda-1/2 tsp
- Oil for making dosas
Gring the soaked quinoa and rice to a thick pancake batter consistency. Add the salt and mix well. Add the soda bicarb and stir in. Make the dosas as you would.
Serve hot with some ghee and chutney.