If you are confused what’s between a dosa and an uttapam, then let me tell you that you can consider uttapam as a fat cousin of dosa. What makes the Uttapam fat? Well, not the fat but healthy and tasty fillings in it. Because of their fluffy nature, Uttapam is softer. You can make uttapam with a filling of your choice as this South Indian food is available in a number of varieties. Referred to as thick pancake the toppings are cooked right into the batter so that they are not raw when eaten. Today we will discuss all uttapam & dosa with carrot mix.
But you might be thinking why carrot? Apart from its nutritional benefits, carrots are versatile in cultural cuisines and a number of dishes. As they are grown easily hence to have it in the daily diet doesn’t cost much. Carrot fiber boosts heart health and helps in digestion. It improves eyesight and reduces the risk of stroke.
For summers carrot uttapam works wonder. It involves less cooking hassle, the batter can be prepared once and used for a number of days. The more fermented it gets the better it tastes. Since it is less oily and the carrots in it help in clearing bowel it is best suited for easy digestion. It also counts for a delicious snack that surely wins over a food lover’s heart.
The recipe is as easy as its name.
In case you find the batter preparation for uttapam slightly lengthy process you can skip the fermentation process by using Rishta uttapam & Dosa batter with instant carrot mix.