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Uthappam Recipe, Uthappam recipe, How To Make Uthappam Recipe

Uthappam recipe is a favorite Andhra breakfast is Minappa (Urad dal) roti that is more popularly known as 'Dibba' roti.

Uttappam means a flat Indian bread made from rice and urad dal (black lentils) or leftover idli batter. The uttappam recipe is thick and plumpy in size served typically with a yummy alum (ginger) chutney or coconut chutney. Dibba means fat or plump and roti means an Read More..

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Dibba roti uttappam, How to make Uthappam, Utappam dal recipe

How to make Uthappam

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Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
5 mins
Total time
20 mins
Uthappam
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Idli batter
Servings : 8 persons
Published date : March 22, 2019


Ingredients used in Uthappam
• Green chllies minced - 3-4 numbers.
• Ginger grater - 1 oz.
• Large onion thinly minced - 1 numbers.
• Idli batter or dosa batter - 6 cup.
• A sprig of curry leaves - leaf.
• Salt - to taste.
Method:
  • Mix all the ingredients together. Take a big spoonful of dough and spread it out on a hot well-greased tava.
  • When it is cooked one side, flip it over and spread some oil around the edges.
  • Remove when fully cooked. Serve with chutney and sambar.





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Uttappam means a flat Indian bread made from rice and urad dal (black lentils) or leftover idli batter. The uttappam recipe is thick and plumpy in size served typically with a yummy alum (ginger) chutney or coconut chutney. Dibba means fat or plump and roti means an Indian bread. It is the ultimate comfort food, shallow fried, crispy and is similar to the Akki roti. Dibba roti is a favourite Andhra breakfast is also popularly known as Minappa (urad dal) roti. Dibba roti is simple to make to prepare. A basic dibba roti is a soft inside and crispy on the exterior side. The common ingredients for preparing the Dibba roti is urad dal (black gram), raw rice, green chillies, ginger etc.
 
In south India, breakfast is a vital part of every home. The physical and mental health depends on what kind of nutrition one gets from the food choices we make. Indian breakfasts like the idli, dosa, paratha are rich in protein, fibre and carbohydrates. Uttapam is also one such dish that is nutritious but takes a little more oil than the ordinary plain dosa.
 
To prepare the Uttappam from scratch , firstly you need to soak equal quantities of rice and dal for 6 hours in water. Wash and remove from water and put them in a blender adding a piece of ginger, green chillies and salt to taste. Grind this to a thick coarse batter. Unlike the batter of idli and dosa, this batter is still thicker. When the batter is ready, remove from the blender and pour it into a bowl.
 
In that batter add finely chopped onions, cumin seeds and curry leaves and mix it well. These ingredients are added to enhance the spicy flavor to the Dibba roti and cumin seeds are used for flavoring and helps in digestion and flatulent colic. Take a pan, add oil (a little more than you add for a dosa) and pour the batter with your hand and spread it all over the pan equally.
 
Be careful while spreading not to burn your fingers. Cook the dibba roti both sides until they become brown in color and crispy. The appearance of the dibba roti is more like the uttappam but still thicker than the uttappam. People on diet need to be little gracious while pouring oil as the dibba roti consumes a little more oil. It’s more like shallow frying the dibba roti. But this Andhra dish is really good to taste and moreover kids would like it for its crispiness. The flavors of onions, green chillies, ginger, cumin seeds blends thoroughly with the batter roti to give a delicious taste. Do try this recipe and watch the making of this special Andhra dish at:


 

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