Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Gajar Methi Mini Uttappams ( Carrot Fenugreek Pancakes)

Will you say no if you are served hot , soft and puffy delicious bite sized rounds fully packed with protiens, vitamins and calcium, off course you won't.

These round beauties are our very own  healthy and yummy mini uttappams but made with a little twist using grated carrots and chopped methi leaves . This makes the already tasty uttappam all the more nutritious and tempting.

You must see kids going after them and finishing them off . I bet all the mothers will be super happy to see their kids happy satistied faces. So get ready to give this treat to your family .

This is one of the healthiest breakfast which I can vouch for before starting the challenges of  the day. These uttappams keep you full and satiated till lunch time . Serve it with any chutney of your choice.

Serves around 5 people and is well enough for the breakfast.

This dish is off to hearth-and-soul-blog-hop-159 at  zestysouthindiankitchen

and also to   Vallis kids-delight   at    sizzlingtastebuds 

Ingredients :

1 cup .................grated carrot
1 cup.................finely chopped methi leaves
1 cup ...............chopped onions
1 tsp................finely chopped green chilly
2 cups ..............rice
1 cup...............urad daal
salt




Method :

Wash and soak rice and urad daal separately in water for 6 to 7 hours.
Grind both separately to a smooth paste without adding much water.
Mix them and keep for 5 to 6 hours to ferment.
Add salt to the batter .
The batter should not be very thin nor too thick.
Now  mix all the above ingredients in a separate bowl and keep ready.
Heat the pan and pour a spoon full of batter in each depression of the non stick pan.
Top with a teaspoon full of the mixed ingredients from the bowl.
When cooked on one side turn over and cook the other side too till onions are slightly golden.
Serve hot with chutney of your choice.


Hearth & Soul Hop



3 comments:

  1. That's such a healthy & tasty pancake :) Great idea !

    ReplyDelete
  2. delicious combo and yuumy loking uttapam dear :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Your Uttappams sound delicious, and very healthy indeed. It's nice you do them in mini versions - I think kids always enjoy mini things more! Thank you for sharing this post with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

    ReplyDelete