Instant Oats Dosa | Easy Indian Oats Dosa

Making a healthy breakfast yet delicious is a great treat for tastbuds. Including oats in your diet is added advantage for healthy eating. This instant version of oats dosa makes you fall crave for it every time you make. For people who got boredom of eating regular oats porridge can alternate your menu to the tastiest oats dosa. The more crispiest and more tasty with or without the addition of yogurt. Dosa tastes perfect with mint chutney or even with some spicy chutney.
Mix all the dry ingredients and store in a air-tight container, mix water and other wet ingredients just before you need to prepare dosa. This greatly helps in time management ans useful tip for working people.

Preparation & Cooking Time: 30 minutes

YIELD : 8  Dosas


Oats - 1 cup(I used quick cook oats)
Rava - 2 tbsp
Rice flour - 1/2 cup
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp.
Green chillies - 2no.
Onion - 1 medium
Yogurt - 1/4 cup (optional)
Water  as required
Salt  as per taste
Curry leaves - 1 tbsp finely chopped
Cashew nuts - 4-5 broken into small pieces
Oil as needed for  making dosa


  1. Chop Onions and green chillies finely. Combine the flour, rava, oats in a microwave bowl and roast in powder high for 1 minute or roast in a fry pan.
  2. To the roasted dosa mix. Add chopped onions, green chillies, cumin seeds, curry leaves, cashews, needed salt and mix well.
  3. Add yogurtand required water until the batter is thin like rava dosa batter. Set it aside for 10 minutes.
  4. Heat a non stick pan or cast iron pan and grease oil first, then pour a laddle of batter starting from the ends of the pan towards the center. Pour the batter about 2 inch above the pan to get lacy texture. Now you can fill  the gaps or holes appeared with batter. (Tip:Stir the batter every time before pouring to pan to avoid sedimantation of flour)
  5. Apply oil over the surface of dosa. Let it cook on medium flame, as it takes little longer time to cook unlike plain dosa. Flip the other side and cook for further a minute or more. 
  6. Serve hot with mint chutney or chutney of your choice.


  • Always mix  the batter before makins dosa to prevent the flour settling to the bottom of vessel.
  • Pour water as needed after making two or three, as the batter might become thicker. This process helps to make a thin and cripy dosa as ever.
  • Yogurt can be replaced with buttermilk and added to the batter. Roasting the dosa mix yields golden brown dosa. 
  • Store the dosa mix (dry ingredients) in an air-tight container and use as needed. Stays good for months.
  • You can also roast and grind oats to fine powder for making dosa.

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