Peas Uttappam with Wheat flour

Peas uttappam is usually done with the normal dosa batter. But for a change I tried it out with wheat flour and it worked out well. Here is how i made it...


1 cup wheat flour
1/4 cup rice flour
Salt to taste
1/2 cup cooked peas

Make a thick batter of wheat flour, rice flour and salt and leave it aside for 15 minutes.

Heat tava and make a thick dosa like uttappam and spread out some cooked peas over it. Press the peas into the uttappam so that it doesnt fall out when turned. Spread a little oil in the sides and let it cook well. Turn and cooked on the other side as well.

Serve hot with chutney of your choice or sambar.
Sending this dosa to Srivalli's Dosa Mela
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Ranganayaki Srinivas said...

That looks yummy. The picture is great. Why not submit it to Indian Healthy Recipe

I have never tried peas uttappam with wheat. I always make it with instant dosa mix. But it really looks very tasty.

Asha said...

Sending it to Sri? Wonderful combination in Dosa, looks yum and easy too!:)

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Dhivya said...

wow!never haers abt peas dosa!!!!such an innovative idea..keep rocking girl

Kalai said...

Nice use of wheat flour, EC! You should totally send this to Srivalli for her dosa mela! :)

Namratha said...

Peas Uthappam, how interesting!!! Good one E:)

Sagari said...

thats a wonderful othampam ,u are so creative

EC said...

@ Rangoo Srinivas, Dhivya, Namratha, Sagari...Thanks a lot, do try it out

@ Asha, Kalai...Thanks. I will be sending a small list of various dosa varieties to Srivalli soon

Raks said...

Looks so nice! Thats a great idea!Hope it tastes great!

EC said...

@ Raks Kitchen...Thanks, it does, do try it out

Roochi said...

looks so attractive... i wanna try it out

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