Discussion in 'Indian Diet & Nutrition' started by srujanasakhi, Jul 8, 2009.
Nice thread. My DH was asking me to try out something different with oats. I will try it out now.
You can oats upma. Fry the oats with lil oil and make upma jus as we make upma with rava. It tastes very nice.
You can also add oats to wheat flour and make paratha.
Then you can make dosas with oats by adding oats and some finely chopped vegetables to dosa batter.
Hi all oat lovers
You can cook oats asusual and add rasam.This is soo good. It is very tasty if you add garlic rasam, I cook and eat with curd and pickle. no difference between curd rice and this. Or you can add curd and rasam together and it is also very tasty and fulfiling meal.:2thumbsup:
Even i eat oatmeal along with curd. It tastes very good, just like curd rice.
like whole wheat and normal wheat we have oats and oats grits..
grits are nothing but rough or coarse form an ingredient
powder theoats grits in your mixie and use as usual for pudding,doas,adai,upma etc..
just a whip is enough oats becomes into powder :thumbsup
This is another simple oats recipe which i make and the children and my husband do not come to know that i have used oats and they love it.
oats : 1/2 cup
vermicelli (sevai) : 1 cup
milk : 1 cup
sugar : 1/4 ~1/2 cup as per taste
ghee : two table spoon
Heat ghee in a vessel, add oats to it, fry a little ,then add sevai and fry a little. Add small amount of water so oats and sevai get cooked.
Add milk 1 cup. I even add milk powder about two-three table spoons and mix well. Add sugar and other ingredients and bring it to boil.
This is same as our vermicelli kheer except for oats is added which gives taste of chopped small coconut pieces added.
wow, nice oats recipies. u r ladies giving nice tips also.
thanks for sharing. i will deffinetly try these recipes.
Thank you for sharing the Recipe, Dosa is turned out very well, everyone liked it.
Thanks once again.
hi.. u can try Oats idli, Oats chutney and Oats vada also
there are lots of recipes on the websites. I have tried oats vada and it came out real good. And very often i make oats dosa.
I also do Oats Upma very much close to the recipe of Chamu.
Here's my version:
Oats - 1 Cup
Medium size Onion - 1 - chopped
Tomato - 1 - cubed
G.Chillies - 3 - finely chopped
Potatoes, Carrots - each 1 chopped into small pieces (optional)
Red chili powder - 1 Tsp
Turmeric powder - a pinch
Hing - a pinch
Garam masala - 1/4 Tsp
Oil and Mustard seeds and Urad dhal for seasoning
Salt to taste
Heat oil in a kadai and season the mustard seeds and urad dhal. Add the chopped onion, green chilies and fry till the onion turns lightly brown. Then add cubed tomatoes and fry till it is completely mashed. Add turmeric powder. Then add the potatoes and carrots, pour in some water for the veggies to cook. Then add r.chili powder.
Meanwhile, dry roast the oats nicely till you get smell.
Add exactly 1 cup water to the cooked onions-tomato-veggies gravy. When the water starts boiling add the roasted oats. Let it get cooked (no covering with lid). When it is cooked, all the water absorbed then add garam masala powder and little oil and mix well. Take it off the stove.
Oats upma is ready. This doesn't even need any side dish and tastes very yummy hot-hot.