After Cracked Wheat Idli, it has been a while since I posted (actually, cooked) anything with cracked wheat. Thought of preparing Cracked Wheat Pongal and soaked moong dal, and then I realized I had only 1/2 cup of cracked wheat. I soaked toor Dal as well, along with moong Dal, and decided to try Uthappam with cracked wheat, dal and oats (I named Uthappam, as its texture resembled the soft Uthappam). To my surprise, it was a winner and hubby couldn’t believe that I used cracked wheat and made instant uthappam!
Cracked Wheat and Oats Utthapam
Preparation Time : 5 mins | Soaking Time : 2-3 hours | Cooking time : 10 minutes | Serves : 3
Recipe Category: Breakfast
Cracked Wheat – 1/2 cup
Oats – 1/2 cup
Toor dal – 1/4 cup
Mong Dal – 1/4 cup
Fenugreek seeds – 1/4 tsp
Hing – a generous pinch
Oil – as required to grease
salt – as needed
- Soak the two lentils, along with cracked wheat, fenugreek and oats for about 3 hours (I soaked in warm water)
- Drain the water, and Grind, by adding water
- Heat the skillet. When it is hot, add a little oil and pour the batter into the skillet
- After one side is cooked well, turn and cook the other side. Serve it with any chutney. We had with Thakkali Thokku
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Hey, I made this recipe today morning for breakfast. I made with ghee and served with sambar. It was very tasty, I found a trick to serve cracked wheats to my hubby who generally does not like them. Thanks dear!!
Thanks for trying Swetha, glad it turned out yummy:-)
still learning from you–hadn’t realized there were different kinds of lentils. Only knew of red, brown, and green. ?? These look crazy good. Comforting and healthy 🙂
Yes Liz:-) cracked wheat and oats are healthy.
Awesome share Vidya :).
nice recipe. A great breakfast option!
very healthy and delicious uttapam dear 🙂 looks very tempting !!
Looks like a very interesting recipe. I like to try different kinds of utappams too! What kind of oats did you use though? Bookmarking this. 🙂
Thanks:-) I used quaker oats 100% whole grain.. Do try and let me know how it turned out
It’s more like oats adai 🙂 I liked this version, with thokku it will be a great combination 🙂
Malar, with Dal I thought will name them Adai but texture reminded me Uthappam so changed my mind. Oats Uthappam? Nice waiting for your post, will try soon
Totally it is just like uthappam 🙂 Will bring on mine soon dear 🙂
Sure dear. You and my Amma think alike. Even she was telling its Adai. Infact we where debating whether its Adai or Uthappam;-) now I am confused:-p
I will go for adai 😛
My Mom also voted for Adai:-)
Very healthy. . Fermentation vendama??
Srividhya, since Urad Dal is not used fermentation is not required can cook the batter immediately after grinding
V healthy and delicious recipe …looks so perfect and yummy!
Awesome.my gluten intolerance is a pain looks good though. I could try with cous cous.
Nice idea Charu:-) I will also try soon, thanks for the thought
You are loading so much healthy recipes Vidya 🙂 Super ji
Looks fluffy and amazing just remember set dosa by the look of this….slurp..
Healthy and yummy utthapam
These look great Vidya! So glad they worked out for you and your hubby loved them!