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Healthy recipe-- Gluten-free barnyard millet dosa with dates chutney

Barnyard millet is an appropriate food for patients intolerant to gluten causing celiac disease.

Love dosas? What if we told you that you could give a twist to your regular dosas by preparing it with sama rice flour or samvrat or vrat ke chawal or barnyard millet and combine it with a date chutney? The samvrat or vrat ke chawal is widely used during fasts to make plain rice, pulao, kheer, and khichdi. Barnyard millet has the lowest carbohydrate content and energy value among all the varieties of millets. The bran layers of millets are good sources of B-complex vitamins. Barnyard millet is an appropriate food for patients intolerant to gluten causing celiac disease. Dates are an excellent source of dietary potassium and fibre and are considered good for weight loss. Dates are also rich in other essential nutrients like calcium, magnesium and vitamin B6. Both magnesium and calcium are needed by the body for proper bone growth while vitamin B6 is needed to break down protein, maintain normal levels of nerve function. Did you know these health benefits of dosa?

This dish is incredibly easy to prepare and can be prepared in a jiffy. So take down its method of preparation of this nutritious dosa from Kaushani Desai, International Ayurveda Cooking Expert.

Ingredients:

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  • Sama rice flour 1 Cups
  • Water Cup
  • Whole Cumin Seeds 1 pinch
  • Sea salt tsp
  • Green Chilly Paste 1/8 tsp
  • Dates 12 pieces
  • Lemon Juice 2 tbsp
  • Oil 1 tbsp

Method for Preparation

  • Add water to the sama rice flour and mix it well.
  • Then add whole cumin seeds, green chilli, and salt to the mixture to make a smooth batter.
  • Heat a non-stick pan, spread one large serving spoon of the batter evenly on the pan (like a pancake) to prepare the dosa. Once ready, fold the dosa and place onto a serving plate.
  • Grind the dates to a fine paste and add some lemon juice to it. You can also add the lemon juice while grinding.Serve the dosas with this tangy-sweet date chutney. You may also want to try this protein and vitamin rich bread dosa.

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