These Oats Chilla loaded with seasonal veggies are an absolute delight to have in Breakfast and give a healthy-nutritious start to your mornings which will keep you full for a longer period of time because of its high Protein content, Fibre content and Minerals…what else could you imagine as a quick and substantial breakfast recipe that is delicious too?
The punch from cumin seeds, ginger, garlic, chilli tastes fantastic with finely chopped vegetables like carrot, capsicum, onion and of course you are free to use vegetables to your choice and availability. The best part, these could be cooked instantly with staple ingredients and you really don’t need to make any preparations beforehand. Serve it with curd or raita…this dish tastes great with everything.
- Firstly dry roast 1 cup rolled oats.
- Roast until the oats turn crisp.
- Cool the oats completely and blend to a fine powder without adding any water.
- Transfer the powdered oats into a large mixing bowl.
- Also, add 2 tbsp rava for binding.
- Now add curd and 1 cup water.
- Whisk and mix make smooth lump free batter.
- Additionally, add turmeric, tsp ginger paste, chilli, crushed cumin.
- Also add onion, tomato and salt.
- Mix well forming thick flowing consistency .
- further, pour a ladleful of batter onto a hot tawa and spread gently.
- pour ½ tsp of olive oil over chilla.
- cover and allow cooking on a medium flame for a minute.
- now flip the chilla and cook both sides pressing gently.
- finally, oats chilla is ready to serve with green chutney.
rolled oats: ½ cup
rava / semolina / suji fine: 2 tbsp
curd / yogurt – 2 tbsp
water – 1 cup
turmeric – a pinch
ginger paste – ¼ tsp
chilli – 1 (finely chopped)
cumin / jeera – ½ tsp (crushed)
onion – 1 medium size (finely chopped)
tomato – 1small size (finely chopped)
carrot – 1 small size (grated)
capsicum – ½ small (finely chopped)
salt – as per taste
oil – 1 tsp
ENERGY – 200 Kcal
PROTEIN – 6 gms
CARBOHYDRATES – 40 gms
FATS – 7gms
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