Apr 30, 2012

Onion Uttapam for busy mornings

Making breakfast remains one of the most important tasks of the day…..in many ways also the most important meal of the day. Uttapam is one of the great tasting South Indian snack or breakfast.  Uthappam is a thick pancake (dosa) made with regular dosa batter topped with onions. It has many different versions but Onion is one of my all time favorite. Instead of onion, you can add any fresh vegetable of your choice .



Ingredients :

Raw rice – 2 cups
Urad dal – 1 cup
Chopped onion – 1 cup
Black Salt - 1 tsp


Method :

Soak urad dal  and rice separate overnight.

Grind to a fine paste in next day. Mix all together. Add salt. Keep it for the whole night.

Mix the batter well next morning till it is sufficiently thick.
 


Mix the chopped onion and black salt in a bowl.


Heat a flat griddle and rub some oil on it.


Pour some batter on it with a ladle and spread it to a thick circle.


Sprinkle some onion mixture on the top side. When the base is golden brown, overturn the side and cook till done.


When it is roasted enough, put it down on a plate.Repeat the process.


Serve hot with Sambar or Mango pickel...










Sending this recipe to My ongoing evevt "Spotlight : "Healthy Breakfast Ideas", Ramya's "The Kerala Kitchen", Amina's "GUEST QUEST" event, Semee's "Bon Vivant Moments #3 - Breakfast Ideas" event, Divya's "Showcase : What's in your lunchbox?" and "Lets Party - Breakfast" event






17 comments:

  1. nice one chandrani
    http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  2. Nice and delicious uttappam..never tried adding black salt in it..

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  3. I love it with podi sprinkled on top.

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  4. First time here. U have an amazing collection of recipes ... Onion Uttapam remains an all time fav. My grandma makes it often when I visit her. Ur looks lovely. Tasty and healthy B'fast idea.

    Cheers
    Satrupa
    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  5. Yummy looking breakfast, sounds good!

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  6. Nice breakfast idea! looks tempting

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  7. Delicious uthapam,my hubby's fav...very nice.

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  8. thanks a lot dear for sending this yummy uthappam to kerala kitchen

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  9. Uttapam and sambar look very inviting..

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  10. Nice Uttapam... I actually posted one too today. But I make it little different. Thnx for linking up to my event

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  11. uttapam looks delicious,I also add some chopped coriander leaves

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  12. Fractures can be better avoided by having a healthy pulp sensitive to foreign oral objects.
    onion seeds

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