This Instant Mixed Millet Dosa Recipe is one of the first dish that I made for this edition of Mega Marathon. I have chosen whole grains – Millets as the theme and as soon as I finalized this one, I wanted to do some breakfast dishes and this dosa is one of them.

I have used 3 varieties of millet – Varagu, Samai and Thinai [Kodo millet , little millet and foxtail millet]. You can use any millet you have at hand.

I have powdered and used them in this dish. If the powdered millet is available, you can use that too.


Here is how to prepare Instant Mixed Millet Dosa Recipe

Take 1/2 cup each of kodo millet, little millet and fox tail millet in a mixie jar and grind to a powder. Now add 1/2 cup White rawa and grind once more.

Transfer this into a bowl and add salt, chopped onions, cumin seeds and chopped curry leaves. Mix well and add water little by little and make a watery batter similar to rava dosa batter.

Heat a griddle and pour just like rava dosa. There should be a good number of holes in the dosa. Once both the side are cooked, remove from griddle and serve.[Be sure to wait till it is fully cooked before flipping]

We had this with Idli milagai podi, tomato onion chutney and coriander peanut chutney.

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15 thoughts on “Instant Mixed Millet Dosa Recipe”

  1. When I read the title, I thought you might have used store bought flours. But fresha grind panni fresha senchu erukeenga. Super. Will try this version. I am big fan of ootai dosa. 😉 dosa with holes. definitely bookmarking this.

  2. This time on my Chennai trip I had only Rawa dosas and they tasted awesome , I see this millet Dosa is just like the rawa Dosa , very lacy and attractive . It sure is interesting to try this millet Dosa as a variation to the regular ones .

  3. I like this instant mixed millet dosa. However, I don’t know if I’ll get the holes. I still have to master the skill of making rawa dosa. A healthy breakfast, good share on how to use millets in dosa.

  4. The fresh grind millet flour is such a task, and you made the dosa so perfectly with mixed millets. Btw I could not find the recipe card for this recipe?

  5. instant dosas are such a blessing! both my kiddos are dosa lovers, these instant dosas come to my rescue many days!! Love how you experiment with millets pj! another yumm recipe!!

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