Sunday, 9 June 2013

Oats Adai

Oats Adai

Oats adai is very tasty and healthy...This recipe was told to my mom by her doctor. She did not try but I did and it is super easy. Only thing is, unlike Lemon Oats, you need to plan in advance to make this dish.

This is pretty much like our usual Adai with lots of Oats. Sending This to Priya's Diabetic Friendly Recipe event.


Gram Dhall - 1/2 Cup
Toor Dhall - 1/4 Cup
Urad Dhall - 1 Tablespoon
Broken Yellow Moong Dhall - 1 Tablespoon
Masoor Dhall - 1/4 Cup (Optional)
Oats - 1 Big Cup
Dry Red Chillies - 6 (Adjust to Taste)
Asafoetida - A pinch
Salt and Oil.


Wash all the dhall and soak them for 3-4 Hours. In a blender add the Oats and Dry Red Chillies and grind coarsely.

Remove it and keep it in a vessel. In the same blender add the soaked dhall and grind them coarsely. Add water as necessary. Now pour this Dhall batter into the Oats powder and stir it well.

Add Asafoetida and Salt.Voila the oats Adai Batter is ready.

You can store this in Refrigerator and use for 2 days. However, in my house like Dosa becomes Kuzhipaniyaram the next Day, Oats Adai becomes Oats Kuzhipaniyaram the next Day (Will Post the oats Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe soon)

Now late make the Oats Adai. Take a Dosa Tawa and put it on the stove.
Once it is heated, like our dosa pour the batter on the Tawa and smear it in a circular fashion.

After 30 seconds smear some oil on the side and flip it and cook it for another minute.

Serve it with Spicy Onion Chutney.

  • The Oats Adai absorbs lot of water, so check the consistency before making the Adai and add water as necessary. 
  • The Oats Adai will not be as Thick as the usual Adai. 


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