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Oats Dosa | How to make oats dosa

Today’s recipe is ‘Oats Dosa’. It is a healthy instant dosa recipe, which requires no fermentation. Prepare it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or tea-time snack, it totally depends upon you.

Oats Dosa

For Oats Dosa Recipe, you will need –

Oats, maida, rava, ginger, green chillies, salt, cumin seeds and water. In this dosa, quantity of water will be according to variety of oats and rava. Dosa batter for oats dosa should be of thin consistency just like rava dosa.

It is a very crispy dosa almost like rava dosa. Serve this dosa just like any other dosa with coconut chutney or tomato onion chutney. You can also try spicy oats vegetable recipe here. For more dosa recipes, you can check – Rava Dosa (Semolina Pancake/Crepe), Neer Dosa (Rice Crêpe – South India Cuisine), Uttapam | How to make uttapam step by step method

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Oats Dosa Recipe
Oats Dosa Recipe | How to make instant oats dosa - Step by step method with pictures - Instant healthy dosa/pancake recipe which is served with coconut chutney/sambhar.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Recipe Notes

Method for Oats Dosa - 

  • Grind oats in a powder form. 

  • In a mixing bowl, add powdered oats, maida, semolina/rava, and salt.

  • In the above mix add water, the quantity of water will be according to a variety of rava. I have added 2 cups of water in the mix to prepare the batter for my dosa. Dosa batter for rava dosa should be of thin consistency.

  • Next add buttermilk, cumin seeds, chopped green chillies, chopped ginger, chopped green coriander, chopped curry leaves and crushed black peppercorn. 


  • Mix well and keep it aside for at least 15 mins.

  • Heat a non-stick tawa. Before you start preparing dosa stir the batter, every time when you use the batter for dosa stir the batter. Semolina/rava sets at the bottom of the bowl, that’s why it is important to stir batter well.

  • While preparing dosas make sure you are spreading dosa at high flame. When you finish spreading batter, sprinkle oil on it, lower the flame and cook till dosa is crispy and golden brown from one side. (You will get netted dosa if you have perfect consistency of batter, first dosa is always a trial one, adjust consistency if you are not getting netted dosas.)

  • Flip the dosa and cook for 2-3 mins.  Your rava dosa is ready!
  • Serve hot with any chutney of your choice or sambhar.

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