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Instant Millet Dosa Recipe

 Instant millet dosa recipe, how to make high protein millet dosa with sama millet also known as little millet. Millets are highly nutritious and is completely gluten free. I personally include millets in my family's diet and I am always trying out different ways to incorporate them in my diet.

This high protein instant millet dosa is loaded with fibre and protein from the sprouted mung dal. Its easy to make and the best thing is you just need to blend everything  and you can make instant dosa provided you have some soaked millets at hand.

Soaking millets are a must to help release the phytates, the rule is to soak millets longer than you soak rice. Soaking helps in better nutrient absorption and also in good digestion. So, personally when I plan to make this recipe what I do is I soak the millets at night if its for breakfast or in the morning if it is for dinner. Planning ahead helps a lot in balancing your meals. 


3 cups moong sprouts

1/2 cup little millet

1 cup water

a handful of palak leaves

2 sprigs of curry leaves

a handful of shallots

1/2 inch ginger

2 green chilies

1 tsp cumin seeds

1/3 tsp black peppercorns

1 tsp sea salt

Wood pressed oil for greasing and for the dosa


Tip the batter is slightly thick but is of pourable consistency.

Batter can be kept in the refrigerator for 2-3 days


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