I have shared few oats recipes till now and this is the second one in this series. They are actually the magic ingredient which I commonly use in my recipes. It can increase the nutrition quotient of any recipe instantly just with its presence. You can read about oats and its health benefits in my previous post for the letter B.

Also, read – Oats pancake recipe

Another magical ingredient which is the main highlight of this recipe is beetroot or beets as it is commonly called.

Beetroot is a very healthy vegetable which is underrated. Not many know its nutritional benefits. I remember my mom used to give it to us as salad and I never liked it. Now I can see my daughters running away from it. It has a very distinctive taste but all its nutritional value surely outweighs everything else.

Let me share some reasons to include in your daily salad plate –

  • Beets are rich in fiber, folates, and magnesium, potassium, iron, vitamin A, and antioxidants.
  • They help with better blood flow and lowering blood pressure.
  • Beetroot juice is really good. One glass a day can help you get all its benefits.
  • It is anti-aging and helps to keep your skin young due to the presence of vitamin A and carotenoids.

This oats and beetroot dosa is a very simple recipe for a dosa and a healthier version of a normal dosa. Just incorporate beets and oats in the normal dosa batter and you are good to go.

Beets give this dosa a pink colour and my younger one calls it pink dosa. They were both skeptical of having it but later on liked it as there is not much change in the taste. We are just increasing the nutritional value of the dosa.

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Oats beetroot dosa has the goodness of oats and beetroots. The best part is that there is no change in taste and the nutrition quotient is high.


Oats beetroot dosa
Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Indian
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Oats beetroot dosa is a healthy dosa recipe. You can make almost 8-10 crispy dosas with this recipe.
  • Dosa batter, thick – 1 cup
  • Oats – 3 tsp
  • Beetroot- ½ beetroot medium size
  • Green chilies-1 (avoid if you are preparing for kids)
  • Jeera- ¼th teaspoon
  • Ginger- 20 gm
  • Salt- to taste
  • Oil- ½ teaspoon
  1. Wash, peel and cut the beetroot into squares.
  2. Add the cut beetroot, green chilies and jeera in a blender. Grind well to make a fine paste with little water.
  3. Now add this mixture to the dosa batter.
  4. Make sure there is salt in the dosa batter otherwise you can add according to the taste.
  5. Now add powdered oats in the same batter. Mix it well.
  6. Heat a dosa tawa or skillet and grease with oil.
  7. Now pour the dosa batter on the skillet and spread in a circle. Cook it till it’s crispy.
  8. Flip it and cook from both the sides.
  9. Serve hot with any chutney, sambar or both.
Dosa batter should not be very thin otherwise dosas will not be crispy.
You can add any vegetables of your choice instead of beetroot. I also add grated carrot sometimes.
There is an alternate way to make beetroot dosa. You can grind beetroot and extract the juice and add in the dosa batter. Make sure you strain the beetroot juice before adding.

I use roasted oats powder for this recipe. You can use them directly too.

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I am sharing 26 healthy recipes under 30 minutes full this month.

See the recipes till now –

A for Apple coconut squares

B for a Bracing burger

C for Carrot walnut muffins

D for Dhokla with a twist

E for Eggless Pancake

F for Fruit chocolate pops 

G for Gluten-free Spinach and rice balls

H for Honey strawberry milkshake

I for Instant paneer tikka 

J for Jaggery Dates chutney

K for Kale grilled sandwich

L for Lemon cranberry mojito

M for Mango brown rice salad

N for Nutritious party crackers

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