Sprouted Wheat Adai

Ingredients

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  • One cup of sprouted wheat
  • 1/2 cup of sprouted green gram
  • Two teaspoon of channa dhal (Bengal gram dhal)
  • Two teaspoon of redgram dhal(Toor dhal)
  • Two teaspoon of urad dhal ( Blackgram dhal)
  • 2 or 3 Red chillies
  • One teaspoon of hing ( asafoetida)
  • Salt as required
  • Cooking oil for making adai
  • Few curry leaves
  • One small cup of cut onion

Method

Getting the batter ready

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  • Soak channa dhal, urad dhal , redgram dhal and redchillies for one hour.
  • Grind sprouted wheat to a coarse paste.
  • Grind sprouted green gram, channa dhal, urad dhal, redgram dhal,Redchillies and hing to a coarse paste.
  • Mix the ground wheat and ground dhal with enough salt.
  • Add cut onion and curry leaves to the batter.
  • Mix well.
  • Add enough water to the mixture so that the consistency of the mixture should be little thicker than dosa batter.

Preparation

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  • Heat a non stick tawa.
  • Smear little oil and spread one ladle full of this batter to a thick circular shape.
  • Make a few holes in the centre.
  • Pour oil on the sides and in centre and cook on a low heat.
  • Turn over and pour little oil and let it cook till it is crisp all around and golden brown in colour.
  • Serve hot with any chutney or sambar.

How to Make Sprouted wheat

  • Soak Whole Wheat in fresh water. Keep it over night. The next day pack the wheat in a thin cotton cloth.Let it remain for 24 hours. The third day you can see the sprouts coming up in the seeds.
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2 Responses to Sprouted Wheat Adai

  1. sonali says:

    Looks interesting. Shall give it a try!! but i never realized we could make wheat sprouts too…..:)

  2. vnas says:

    what is the serving size for this one.. how many adais should you have to get 30 gms of carbs?

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