சோளம் இட்லி/தோசை I SORGHUM/JOWAR IDLI & DOSA I HEALTHY BREAKFAST

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Hi friends, in the next order of healthy breakfast from my kitchen, are Cholam/Sorghum/Jowar Idli/Dosa. Traditional and healthy breakfast recipe, which is give you soft and spongy Idli and Crispy dosa. Nowadays, we are using more millets and this is one among them. Few days back, I have shared Varagu Idli.   

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Sorghum/Jowar is white millet and its one of the five top cereal crops in the world, along with wheat, oats, corn and barley. Its gluten-free. My dad used to tell, that they had the cholam as chola soru (Rice) in his childhood, but now we are making in the form of idli and dosa. The traditional recipe of cholam idli/dosa for TST-Tamizhar Samayal Tuesday which is the brainchild of +nalini akka from  Nalini’s Kitchen. The event runs every 2nd and 4th week of every month.  

Category
Breakfast
Regional
Indian
Soaking  Time
Grinding Time
Fermentation Time
1 Hour
20-30 Minutes
8-12 Hours
Cooking Time
15-20 Minutes
Servings
10-12






Source – My Mom

INGREDIENTS
Cholam/Sorghum/Jowar – 2 Cup  
Whole black gram lentil, skinned/Urad dal  – ½ Cup
Fenugreek seeds – 1 Tsp
Salt – To taste

Cholam-Idli-dosa


METHOD
  • Wash and soak the urad dal and fenugreek together and soak cholam separately for one hour.
  • First grind the urad dal and fenugreek together with spreads of water till the batter turns fluffy and smooth.
  • Then transfer into the vessel, and then add drained cholam to the grinder.
  • Grind it with spreads of water, till the batter become smooth.
  • Now switch off the grinder, and transfer into the urad dal batter vessel, add enough salt and mix it well by your clean hands.
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  • Keep it in warm place 8-12 hours for fermentation.
  • Then it’s ready to make idli or dosa.
  • Pour batter in the idli plates and steam it for 8-10 minutes, check it whether it’s cooked or not.
  • Make crispy dosa with drizzling oil.
  • Serve it hot with your side dish.
  • Then keep the batter in refrigeration for further use.
healthy-jowar-idli

crispy-healthy-cholam-dosa

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NOTE
  • Don’t grind the cholam and urad dal together, because it will not give soft and spongy idlies.

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soft-spongy-idli

spongy-healthy-idli
Enjoy our traditional Cholam Idli/Dosa!!!


2 comments:

  1. Healthy traditional foods are going out of memory,you have done a job on bringing it back ,hats off viji .Idli looks so fluffy i would to have one :)

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  2. Lovely akka,keep posting traditional dishes.we almost forgot all of that

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