Chama Dosa – Rice Free Diabetic Diet Dosa With Little Millet – Healthy Weight Loss Breakfast Recipes

Chama Dosa – Rice Free Diabetic Diet Dosa With Little Millet – Healthy Weight Loss Breakfast Recipes

Rice free (no rice), gluten free, little millet dosa/chama dosa/small millet dosa diabetic friendly weight loss breakfast dosa recipe. small millet/chama rice are high in fibre and low in fat, helps in weight loss and for diabetic management. Since this is a diabetic friendly dosa recipe I have not used any rice in this recipe. The low glycemic index and the high fibre in millets will help to keep you feel fuller for a longer time and helps in weight loss and also good for diabetic diet. This dosa batter can be kept in the fridge for upto 4 days. You can make dosas for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
chama rice/little millet: 1 cup
Whole urad dal: 1/2 cup
1/3 tsp pink himalayan salt
3/4 cup water to grind – or as needed
Soak everything for 1 -2 hours
Grind and keep overnight to ferment
Make dosas and drizzle with ghee
Serve with sambar/coconut chutney
This is a basic recipe, you can add variations like curry leaves, coriander leaves, onions etc.
Make dosa on a greased iron tawa for better iron absorption. Two dosas are the recommended serving. Do not forget to add little desi ghee for better assimilation of vitamins.
Why ghee should be added:
Instant mung dal dosa:
Coconut Chutney:
Foxtail Millet Instant Dosa Diabetic Diet:
My High Speed Mixie/Blender:
Controlling Diabetes With Millets:
Those with thyroid should limit having millets to 3 times a week as millets has some goitrogens though not much study has been done on this subject.
This dosa is a perfect meal for those with diabetes and pcod.
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