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Monday, July 19, 2021

Uthappam Waffles / Dosa Waffles

Dosa waffles or uthappam waffles are those made with leftover, savory dosa batter and these make a filling breakfast or dinner. Dosa batter is needed for this recipe to start with and here is the recipe for dosa batter. These waffles can be made in less than half an hour if you have the batter ready.

Waffles are a fun way to use any leftover dosa batter besides using them to make uthappam, ponganalu, onion dosa and such. Mixed veggies can be added to make the waffles more nutritious. Serve these gluten-free, vegan waffles with coconut or peanut chutney for a delicious breakfast or dinner.
Ingredients: (About 3)
2 cups dosa batter
Salt if needed
1 small red onion, chopped
1 small tomato, chopped 
1 small carrot, peeled and grated 
1 or 2 green chilis, finely chopped
2 tbsp. cilantro, finely minced
Oil to grease the waffle pan
1. Left over dosa / idli batter is needed for this recipe. Add salt only if it was not added earlier to the batter. Add few tbsp. of water if the batter appears too thick.
2 & 3. Add chopped vegetables, green chilis, and cilantro to the batter and mix well with a ladle.
4. Preheat the waffle maker and brush the grooves with oil. 
5. Pour the prepared batter into the waffle maker.
6. Cook the waffles according to the instructions in the manual of your waffle maker. 
* Once done, gently remove the cooked waffle from the waffle maker. Use the remaining batter and prepare waffles. 
* Serve them warm with chutney of your choice.
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Sowmya :) said...

This is such a fun way to use up dosai batter. Looks so tasty.

Radha said...

This is a fun way to make uthapams and my kids love it everytime.

Harini R said...

What a coincidence. Just the other day I was telling my sister to try dosa batter/pesarattu batter in a waffle maker and present it to the kids. And here you are with this..
They look very tempting.

Vaishali Sabnani said...

These waffles look so so pretty and so unique. Loved the look of these, must try these.