How to make Oats Uthappam Healthy Breakfast Recipe


How to make Oats Uthappam Healthy Breakfast Recipe
Oats are an important source of phosphorus, selenium and manganese. They are good sources of soluble dietary fiber, iron and magnesium, and vitamin B1. Research shows that starting from a nutritious diet such as oats can help maintain a healthy weight. Oats are considered the most satiety foods in all breakfasts, and they are more prolonged. So it helps to lose weight. Research shows that oats have the ability to reduce unhealthy low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. Hypertension and oats adding to their diet have markedly lower blood pressure. Oats are also considered beneficial to diabetes (the source – facts about malnutrition). Adding oats to your diet offers a wide range of health benefits. If you are tired of eating oatmeal, then this Utepam is a good choice, including oats in our diet. In addition to the soaking time, making these savory and nutritious sauces takes less than 5-10 minutes. Today, we will learn how to prepare oats uthappams to follow this simple recipe.

Prep Time : 5 mins
(minus soaking time)
Cook Time : under 5 mins per dosa
Yields: 4 Dosas
Recipe Category: Breakfast-Dinner
Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Author:Padhu Sankar

Ingredients needed

Oats -1/2 cup
Rava -1/2 cup (any rava)
Curd -1 cup
Cumin seeds/jeera – 1/2 tsp (optional)
Oil for making uthappams (sesame seed oil preferable)

Onion -1 medium size
Green chilli -1
Carrot grated -2-3 tbsp
Cabbage grated – 2 -3 tbsp
Coriander leaves finely chopped
Salt to taste


Powder oats finely.

Finely chop onions and green chilli. (Omit green chillies for kids)


In a bowl, mix together oat, rava, tofu, cumin seeds and salt needed. Put it aside for half an hour.

Half an hour later, add chopped onions, green peppers, carrots, cabbage, coriander leaves, mix well.

Add enough water to get an adai batter consistency (less than or less than 1/2 cup of water) See the battery picture above to get an idea.

Heat a non-stick tawa, pour in a spoonful of batter and spread a little while it’s hot enough. uttapam should be as thick as normal uttapam. Now reduce the flame to medium.

Sprinkle dosa around the dosa oil, cover it with lid if necessary.

Once it started to lifted in the corner, turning Uttalpum to the other side, only 1/4 teaspoon drizzle.

Once it is cooked, take it out of tawa and heat with chutney. The same process is repeated for the rest of the batter.

Note – Oats Uttapam is very fragile, so handle it gently when flipped to the other side.

You may also love my Oats dosa.

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