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Dec 15, 2008

Upma Dosa

Upma Dosa

When I have leftover upma, I don’t like to eat it by reheating. I just turn it into different forms like bondas just like I made Vermicelli Bonda and sometimes pakodas and sometimes dosas like these. I guarantee the taste. This involves easiest preparation with limited number of ingredients. 

Upma Dosa


Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Leftover Upma
  • 1 cup Rice Flour (బియ్యపు పిండి)
  • ½ cup Chickpea Flour (శనగపిండి)
  • Salt
  • Oil
Method:
  1. Add all the ingredients except oil in a wide bowl and mix well by adding water to make batter. 
  2. The batter shouldn’t be too thick or too thin, but just right enough to drop and spread with a ladle.
  3. To make sure there are no lumps in the batter, use hand to mix the ingredients.
  4. Heat a non-stick pan and pour a ladleful of batter on it and spread out quickly into a round shape.
  5. But don’t spread the batter into a very thin layer. It should be little thin like we do for utappams.
  6. Pour a little oil around the dosa. Leave it for a while to cook and flip it over to cook on the other side. Pour a little oil again around the dosa.
  7. When the dosa is done, take it away from the pan and transfer to a serving plate. 
  8. Repeat the same process with remaining batter.
  9. Enjoy these yummy dosas with your favorite chutney. 
  10. We ate our dosas with cilantro pickle and some curry powder.

Upma Dosa

On a Happy Note:

I was declared as the winner of the fun event “Challenge” hosted by Veda Murthy, along with two more winners Soma and Lubna Karim. Meeta of What's For Lunch Honey was the judge for this event. Thank you so much Veda and Meeta, for selecting me as one of the winners. I am so happy for winning this challenge. CONGRATULATIONS TO OTHER WINNERS TOO!

Hema Balaji of Adlak’s Kitchen has passed the “Best Blogger Friends” award on the occasion of her blog’s century celebration. Thank you so much for considering me as your friend dear Hema! So nice of you! Do read her thoughtful and amazing post on the completion of her 100th post.

47 comments:

Purva Desai said... [Reply]

Wow this is a nice idea of using leftover upma.....
Thanks for sharing...

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Trupti said... [Reply]

using left over upma for dosa is very nice idea Uma

Sangeeth said... [Reply]

Congrats uma and this is a very good way of using leftovers:)

Vaishali said... [Reply]

Uma, upma recycled as dosa is a wonderful idea. I'm in awe.

Laavanya said... [Reply]

Boy.. you are so innovative and i'm sure i've said this many times... but an upma turned into a dosa is just unbelievable.

Usha said... [Reply]

Wow,very creative idea making dosa with leftover upma...congrats on winning the challenge event !

Priya said... [Reply]

Very creative Dosa uma...COngrats for winning the challenge Event dear..warm hugs to u..

kamala said... [Reply]

I know Upma out of left over Idli..This is something so creative Uma..Gal you are doing a grt job..Congrats on the award ..U deserve it..Best wishes Uma

Cham said... [Reply]

Dosa from upma this one definetly i would have never come up :) Congrats to win the challenge u deserved it!

Gita's Kitchen said... [Reply]

Great and tasty way of using leftover upma. The pictures look awesome :)

Sukanya Ramkumar said... [Reply]

U r so creative. Look so good. Nice recipe. great pics. YUM!

Mahimaa's kitchen said... [Reply]

great idea uma.. upma looks delicious.

anudivya said... [Reply]

That is a true invention! Sounds great and I for one can't wait to try it out.

Kalai said... [Reply]

You are so creative with your leftovers, Uma! Just saw the pic of your adorable girls. :)

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Hi Dear

Congrats on your Challenge game winning. Thanks for keeping the side show of nature and also keep updating it. I know you are very innovative person with lots of creative thoughts. Wish you good luck always
-Nature Lover

karuna said... [Reply]

wowow uma, upma dosa, tht is something new to me. nice idea.congrats on ure award

Pearlsofeast said... [Reply]

U always are so creative and dosa looks tempting.

Congratulation Uma, I am so happy to hear that.

TBC said... [Reply]

You are one clever lady! :D
Just noticed the profile pic...how cute!
Congrats on the win, Uma.:)

sowmya said... [Reply]

dosas look so wonderful..cant believe its made from left over upma..good one..

Varsha Vipins said... [Reply]

wow..this is really clever..I love dosa's n will try this one Uma..:)

Vij said... [Reply]

Creative idea! gr8 job girl!

Ramya Bala said... [Reply]

u r so innovative :)dosa from upma...never heard before...
loks yummy..
Uma thanks a lot for ur support and I have posted the update today.Thanks yaar :)

Andhra Flavors said... [Reply]

idly tho upma cheyadam vinnanu. ippudu upma tho dosa.
Uma U r innovative.

G.Pavani said... [Reply]

ooh..upma dosa looking yummy n easy to do with leftover uma..thx uma for sharing

RAKS KITCHEN said... [Reply]

So cool idea,thanks for sharing!

Divya Kudua said... [Reply]

Dosas with leftover upma..that sure sounds like a very creative recipe..!!

Jaishree said... [Reply]

Wow this is a nice idea Uma.so innovative and dosa looks tempting.

rekhas kitchen said... [Reply]

he he ammo yekkadikooooooo vellipoyav uma super idea deeni kosam ippudu upma chala chesi migilinchali ha ha ha Idea super

Daily Meals said... [Reply]

Upma dosa sounds new...Congrats on your awards Uma!

Red Chillies said... [Reply]

Very creative to say the least. Congratulations on the awards and prizes.

AnuSriram said... [Reply]

Wow.. Thats a wonderful idea! Looks delicious! Congrats on your awards!

Madhuram said... [Reply]

How come you come with such interesting ideas Uma? I would have never thought of upma dosas in a million years! And I guess 2008 has been a very lucky year for you, winning a lot of competitions. Congratulations, may this follow the next year too.

Happy cook said... [Reply]

What a wonderful idea to make dosa with the left over upma.
Congragulations for winning the challange.

homecooked said... [Reply]

Congratulations!!!! Nice idea to use the leftover upma. Looks great!

aparna said... [Reply]

New to me. Looks delicious.

Sharmi said... [Reply]

thats such a nice idea! the dosa has come out so well!

Pavithra Kodical said... [Reply]

Congrats Uma!!Dosa looks delicious.. Reagrding riddle, bay leaf is not the right answer..

Meera said... [Reply]

That's so creative, Uma. You really rock!

Sanghi said... [Reply]

nice idea uma..

DEESHA said... [Reply]

nice idea uma ... N congrats to you on winning the award

Sunshinemom said... [Reply]

This is brilliant, Uma! My upma generally gets over but I would like to make this dosa otherwise! Congrats on your award:)

Indrani said... [Reply]

congrats on your winning of challenge event

srikars kitchen said... [Reply]

wow.. great idea Uma.. looks perfect & congrats on your winning of challenge event..

Kitchen Flavours said... [Reply]

Something completely new and innovative to me. Greatttttttttttttttttttttttttt recipe.

notyet100 said... [Reply]

nice recipe,..nd lovely clicks,..nd ya congrats for winnin,..:-)

pooja said... [Reply]

wonderful idea for using leftover..

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