Onion And Mixed Vegetable Uthappam




Uthappam is a kind of dosa with is very famous in south India. Basically it is made out of sour idly/dosa batter. I always make it with dosa batter. To make it sour I used to add sour curd.




Usually uthappam is make in 8" round and 1/2" thick. TO make it more festive and interesting I made it in small round shapes. And almost all vegetables can be added to the uthappam. Onion uthappam is one type of it.
I make many types of Uthappam such as plain, onion, carrot, peas, cashew nut, coconut, podi........and many more. One of my family's favorite tiffin is Uthappam...This is one of the regular breakfast in my family.
So Onion Uthappam

is my first contribution to Nupar's A to Z of Indian Vegetables event for "O".




Ingredients :



Dosa Batter - 1 cup
Sour Curd - 1/2 cup
Grated onion - 2 tablespoon
Minced Green chili - 2
Ginger paste - 1 teaspoon
Butter - 2 tablespoon
Vegetables cut in small piece - 1/4 cup (i have used grated carrots, corn kernel and peas)

Procedure :



Preheat the dosa tawa

1. Mix sour curd, grated onion, minced green chills, ginger paste to the dosa batter.

2. Grease the hot tawa with some butter.

3. Scoop the batter with a small spoon on the hot tawa. Make 3 to 4 small dosa at once.

4. Sprinkle it with the chopped veggies.

5. Cover the tawa with a big plate for 5 mins or until the dosa is cooked.

6. Remove and serve hot with sambar, chutney and idly podi.

34 comments:

  1. I was struggling to find O dishes...
    This never struck me ... Lovely entry

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  2. Ramani30/4/07

    Hi Sukanya,

    Excellent recipe.Your pics are so beautiful.

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  3. Welcome to my blog Ayesha Seerin and Ramani...... Thank u for ur comments...

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  4. hey uthappam looks so yummy, great entry! it is a fav at my home! btw do you think frozen spinach will work well in the casserole?
    thanks

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  5. Great pic and great entry. Delicious Looking uttappams. I too make small sized uttappams.

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  6. Richa:
    Thank u for ur comment. Frozen spinach can be used in casseroles..... but remember to squeeze out the water form it.

    Suma Gandlur:
    Thank u

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  7. Wow Sukanya, those mini uthappams look so cute... :) A great appetizer for parties...

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  8. Oh so cute uttappams !! I know cute is not the word for food.. but they look cute :p You have great recipes out here. :D

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  9. hi sukanya
    picture is wonderful!!lovely looking small utappams.

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  10. beautiful oothappams!!never saw them this beautiful before!great job:)

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  11. hey those look really cute!! nice pics.

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  12. Sukanya,

    Love the uttapams, I make these for my kids lunch. like your presentation

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  13. Those mini uttappams look like easter eggs..Cute :)

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  14. Those uttapams look real cute...nice one...

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  15. They look like beautiful jewels.

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  16. Thanx for leaving those precious comments:)
    My first visit to your blog I suppose,You have a great great place here...wonderful pictures..

    Appreciate; having varieties too...like glossary etc...great job!keep it up..

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  17. Hi friends......

    Sig:
    Ya they are great appetizer for parties...Thank u for ur comments..

    Pravs:
    Thank U.

    Swapna:
    Thank u.

    Meera's Blog:
    Thank u.

    Sharmi:
    Thank u for ur comments..

    Sreelu:
    Thank u for ur comments..

    Suganya:
    Welcome to my blog.....Thank u for ur comments..

    Sunita:
    Thank u.

    Cynthia:
    Thank u for ur comments..

    Bharathy:
    Welcome to my blog.....Thank u for ur comments..

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  18. hey sukanya ..i also made mini onion uttapam ....last night .just posted it ...

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  19. Sukanya,
    Excellent! Looks beautiful..I always get oothappam from hotel..haven't tried it yet..when I make one , I will try this recipe..

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  20. Hi Sukanya,
    Its my first time here to your blog.Lovely small utapam.they are colorful and perfect for this spring..

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  21. Cute oothapams Sukanya. Nice post. Viji

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  22. wonderful utappams looks so cuteeeeeee yum yum yummyyyyyyy

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  23. those tiny mini uttappas reminded me of my childhood days where amma used to make these for us. sometimes with eyes, nose and big smile too;)

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  24. Hi friends....
    Deepa:
    Hay ur uttapam looks nice...

    Seena:
    Thank u ....

    DR.Soumya Bhat:
    Welcome to my blog....Thanks for ur comments...

    Shanti Bhanu:
    Thank u.

    Sia's Corner:
    Ya! I also used to make like that, when I have lots of kids for the party..

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  25. Those tiny uttapams look adorable! Thanks so much for participating!

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  26. Those are the prettiest uttappams I have ever seen! Nice work.

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  27. Hay Nupur welcome to my blog..... Thank u for ur comments....

    Thank u RP for ur comments...

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  28. Hey,
    These look so lovely..I had eaten tomato and onion uttapams..But, ur idea if using carrots and peas in it is totally new and fundu..

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  29. Hi Sukanya,
    Mini OOthappam looks soooo sweet. Thanks,.

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  30. Swapna:
    Do try it....Thank u for ur comment..

    Menu Today:
    Thank uuuuuu.

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  31. alex5/2/08

    You should teach to guys in hotel in my area.

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  32. Anonymous2/6/09

    great post

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  33. Anonymous21/12/09

    very delicious lookin uthappams indeed..but i just tried out..and as a result got uncooked insyde but a burnt outside..please help me

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  34. Hi Friend...
    I think the heat level in ur griddle was little high. Y don't u try in low flame.

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