Sattu Chilla

Chilla is one of the most popular recipes of Indian cuisine. It is undoubtedly one of the most nutritious and satiable recipes that can be eaten either in breakfast or as an evening snack too.

Sattu chilla is a full combo of nutrients as it is made up of all the easily feasible and highly nutritive ingredients of your kitchen including Sattu, rice flour, semolina, along with some vegetables and spices.

It is so hassle-free and can be made instantly.

This recipe is also an example of cereal pulse supplementation as it includes both legume (sattu) and cereal (rice flour, semolina) that fulfills the demands of essential amino acids (proteins) required by your body. 

PREPARATION TIME: 5 Minutes

COOKING TIME: 10 Minutes

TOTAL TIME: 15 Minutes

Serves: 1-2

Calorie: 272 Kcal/serve.

INGREDIENTS

1.Sattu1 cup
2.Rice Flour½ cup
3.Semolina2 tbsp.
4.Curd½ cup
5.SaltAs per taste
6.Coriander PowderAs per taste
7.Cumin PowderAs per taste
8.Red Chilli PowderAs per taste
9.Onion1
10.Coriander Leaves1-2
11.Olive OilAs required

NOTE:

  • You can also add other chopped vegetables including carrots and capsicum.
  • I use “DiSano Olive Oil.”

DIRECTIONS

  1. In a bowl, add Sattu, rice flour, semolina (Sooji), and curd.
  2. Mix it well and start adding water gradually for a smooth consistency. I added approximately 1.5 cups of water.
  3. Let it rest for about 20-30 minutes so that the ingredients get infused well.
  4. Now add chopped vegetables of your choice, I added chopped onions and fresh coriander leaves.
  5. Add spices including salt, red chili powder, cumin powder, and coriander powder as required.
  6. Now on a simmered pan, pour a ladle of chilla batter, and with the help of olive oil, cook it well and even on both sides.

Note:

  1. Don’t forget to keep it aside for setting down (as sooji and sattu takes time to infuse and soak water) for soft and crispy chilla.
  2. Don’t forget to cook it on simmered flame for even and proper cooking of the chilla.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE

Talking about the nutritional value, this amazing recipe provides, so it has:

  1. Rice flour is a good source of magnesium, calcium, and zinc, and is high in protein, vitamins, and fiber.
  2. Sattu is rich in protein, fiber, calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium.
  3. Semolina is a good source of magnesium and phosphorus and also supplies B- Vitamins to the body, especially Vitamin B3. Also, it is low in sodium and fat.
  4. Curd is rich in proteins, vitamins, and minerals including calcium, sodium, potassium, and magnesium.
  5. Olive oil contains modest amounts of vitamins E and K and abundant beneficial fatty acids.
ENERGYCHOPROTEINFATS
544 Kcal70 g21 g19 g

Calorie: 272 Kcal/serve. Try this filling and nutritious sattu chilla recipe without putting in any extra effort or much of a time.

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