I always say, that “DIVERSIFICATION IS THE KEY”, and I mean it. No single grain or food has the ability to provide all the essential nutrients to your body. For that, you need to add multi-grains to your diet.
And this breakfast is enriched with multi grains, that provide a wide array of vitamins and minerals.
It is a breakfast that not only boosts your energy, and kickstarts your day, but provides you ample nutrition and health benefits altogether.
- Boosts energy levels.
- Aids in weight loss and management.
- Improve blood sugar levels.
- Helps in managing cholesterol levels.
- Keeps you full for a longer period of time.
|Chana dal||1/4 cup|
|Moong dal||1/4 cup|
|Roasted peanuts||6 tbsp.|
|Desiccated coconut||2 tbsp.|
|Chili powder||To taste.|
|Cumin powder||To taste.|
|Other Spices||As per choice.|
NOTE: You can add seasonal veggies of your choice to make it healthier and tastier.
- Wash all the grains including chana dal, moong dal, quinoa, and rice in water.
- Now soak them for a minimum of 3-4 hours to overnight.
- Next morning, drain the water for soaked grains and rinse them.
- Grind all the soaked grains along with ginger, garlic, and green chili.
- Blend it well to make a fine semi-thick paste, add water as required.
- Transfer the blended mixture to the bowl.
- Add water if required to adjust the consistency.
- For making the chutney, add all the grinded ingredients to the grinder including peanuts, coconut, spices.
- Grind and your peanut coconut chutney is prepared.
- Heat a tawa, glaze it with some oil.
- And pour the multigrain batter onto it.
- Spread it nicely in a circular motion.
- And let it cook on both sides until its golden brown.
- And in this manner, you can prepare more multigrain dosas.
- Chana dal is one of the richest sources of B-complex vitamins.
- Moong dal is the richest source of protein among other dals, along with being rich in Vitamin A, B, C, and E, iron, calcium, and potassium.
- Quinoa is high in fiber, essential vitamins and minerals including magnesium, potassium, iron, and folate.
- Rice is high in folic acid, B vitamins, potassium, magnesium, selenium, fiber, iron, and zinc, among other vitamins and minerals.
- Peanuts are a great source of protein, fat, fiber, and magnesium.
- Coconut is enriched with the goodness of copper, iron, and magnesium.
|387 Kcal||55 gm||14 gm||14 gm|
Calories 193 Kcal/Serve.