- White urad daal -1 cup
- Quinoa-half a cup
- Low glycemic brown rice- half a cup
- Fenugreek seeds or method seeds – a tiny tea spoon
- Pink Himalayan sea salt-1 .5 teaspoon
Step 1: Throughly rinse the white urad daal in a large strainer before you soak it . Then Soak the white urad daal in 1 cup of water for 1 hour along with a tiny teaspoon of fenugreek or methi seeds and one and a half teaspoon of pink Himalayan sea salt .
Step2 : At the same time throughly rinse half a cup of quinoa in a colander along with half a cup of brown rice and soak in one cup of water for one hour. After an hour gently remove (skim off )the white starch water formed from the soaked rice and quinoa thus keeping it #lowstarch , better for #diabetics . I used a ready packet mix of quinoa and brown rice.
Step 3: After an hour, mix both the soaked ingredients together in a mixer grinder and finely grind to a smooth lump free paste . Adjust with quarter cup of water to make the batter runny and not too thick . The batter should be of pourable consistency as in the image . Transfer to a deep bowl , add 1.5 teaspoon of pink Himalayan sea salt, mix well and keep aside .
Step 4: pre heat the oven for 10 minutes @180 degrees C. Switch off the oven . Place the batter in the oven and cover with a table napkin . Keep overnight to ferment .
Step 5: Next morning remove the batter, give it a mix . It should have risen up . Pre heat the oven for 10 minutes again @180 degrees C. Keep to ferment for the whole day .
Step 6: By around 5 pm it should have doubled up and you will see bubbles that it has fermented. Once it’s doubled up it’s ready to use .
Step 7: Heat on medium heat a non stick stone pan . With a deep ladle spoon swirl the batter like a pancake. Add a dash of cooking oil and cook for a minute until it changes colour and turns golden brown . Immediately Lower the heat immediately and flip oven on the other side to cook evenly for another minute. It will turn crunchy and crispy if it’s cooked properly.
Step 8: With a flat spoon gently remove the lentil quinoa dosa and plate up . Serve hot with some homemade rasam (spicy lentil Curry , rich in medicinal herbs and spices ) and ready made chutney powder which you get from the Indian store . .
Enjoy a nutritious low glycemic meal great for diabetics, Gerd patients and all who want to avoid bread . Happy cooking and healthy eating . Would appreciate your rating this after you make it . Cheers and bon appetite https://videopress.com/embed/UyGZUIFw?preloadContent=metadata&hd=1
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