It works….the recipe always works when I try new things instantaneously. One thing I should say about this dosa is that, it was absolutely delicious and crispy dosa I ever had. I am not joking..but u should try it to feel what I am saying. This was so quick, easy, healthy and delicious…what more do you want for a lazy weekend mornings.
I didn’t do anything with quinoa for a long time and recently one of my friend asked about quionoa. So I forwarded my old Quinoa Brown Rice Dosa recipe to her. But I wanted to make something which can be done quickly and does not take much time and moreover it would be very helpful for busy mom’s and also would give this recipe to my friend as well. 🙂
I just chopped broccoli very fine in a chopper, you can even try puree if you think your kids wont eat it. Soaked quinoa for about 15-20 minutes and ground to dosa batter consistency and added eno (fruit salt) to it and kept it for few minutes and then made dosas.
- 2 Cups Quinoa
- 1/4 Cup Rice Flour
- 1 Tsp Eno (Fruit Salt)
- 1/2 Broccoli (finally chopped)
- Salt as needed
- In a bowl wash and soak quinoa in enough water for about 15 to 20 minutes.
- In a mixer/blender add the soaked quinoa with water, make sure you don't add more water and grind it to dosa batter, but the batter should not be too watery.
- Transfer batter to a bowl add eno, salt, rice flour and broccoli, mix well, add water if necessary.
- Heat a non-stick pan or dosa pan, when the pan is medium hot, add one scoop of batter and spread to a round shape and cook for about 1-2 mins or until it's gets light brown and crispy, turn to other side and cook for another minute or so.
- Make rest of the dosas with the batter.
- You can also soak quinoa overnight if you have time, there will be no other difference in the recipe or taste.
- You can make thick or crispy dosa as you like.