Multiflour Uttapam

Hey guys! The recipe I am posting today is of a very healthy and tasty breakfast recipe. Start your day with these mini uttapams and stay energetic the whole day. So lets get cooking….


1) Flours:

Rava/Semolina – 1/2 cup

Wheat flour – 1/4 cup

Bajra/Pearl Millet flour – 1/4 cup

Oats flour (make powder of rolled oats) – 1/4 cup

Curd – 1/2 cup

Water – 1 and 1/2 cups

Water to loosen the batter

2) Finely chopped:

Onion – 1 medium

Tomato – 1 medium

Capsicum – 1 medium

Coriander leaves – 1/4 cup

3) Others:

Ginger-Green chilly paste – 2 tsp

Garlic paste – 1 tsp

Oil – 1 tsp

Mustard/Rai seeds – 1 tsp

Cumin seeds/Jeera – 1 tsp

Haldi/Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp

Salt as per taste


1) Add all the ingredients as mentioned in the flours section and mix it all well. Keep it aside for 15 minutes to rest.

2) After 15 minutes add all the ingredients as mentioned in the finely chopped section and mix it in the batter. At this stage if you feel the batter has thickened you can add little more of water to loosen the batter.

3) Now add the salt, ginger garlic and green chilly paste and mix it all well. In a small tempering bowl take the oil and let it become warm, then add the mustard seeds, cumin seeds and let them crackle. TO this add the haldi powder and take it off the gas and add this tempering to the batter and mix it well.

4) Using mini uttapam non stick tava tava or regular dosa non stick tava (as per your choice) pour the batter on the tava and grease it from all sides with oil. Flip to other side once the lower side is crisp and cooked. Cook from both sides and serve hot with chutney or ketchup.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla in collaboration with Baked Happily Ever After.

23 responses to “Multiflour Uttapam”

  1. wow its a super yummy Uttapam recipe and am fond of south Indian food. Thanks for the recipe and I am going to try it super soon. Much love


  2. This one is my go to recipe. I never added bajra flour to it. Rest of thing I always add. Vegetables addition is new to me. Kids are not ready to eat veggies so I skip. But will try with veggies for elders. Thank you for easy recipe. I like easy recipe always.


  3. We make a version of this recipe and keep trying out different flours. I have never added bajra and will add it next time. Thanks for sharing another delicious recipe.


  4. So simple Shail, yet so delectable😋. I just need to buy one ingredient… the millet… rest are all in my kitchen. Maybe I can skip that and make it too😊. n the plus point is the veggies 🤩


  5. Generally uttapam is prepared with dosa batter but this is quite new to me. Will definitely give it a try.


  6. The recipe is tempting no doubt but you presentation is a 5 star. Gonna try this.


  7. This is one of the healthiest uttapam recipes I have ever read. Would love to try this out. Thanks for sharing.


  8. I often make uttapam with mixed flours for flavour and nutrition. This is a great breakfast recipe. The batter can be kept ready in the fridge as well for later.


  9. Shail – Thanks for sharing. I have millet flour and mix it with regular flour occasionally. Will try your recipe for Sunday breakfast.


    1. These turned out delicious. My son devoured more than half. I wish I could share a picture of the outcome.


      1. I am glad! Thanks ☺️☺️


  10. Love how you can play around with the ingredients. Your recipes are always innovative. Excellent one as always.


    1. Thanks a lot…☺️


  11. I am a big fan of uttapam and make it all the time. However all that rava used to make me wonder about my blood glucose levels. Now that you have shared the multi flour variety, I am definitely going to be guilt free.


  12. Not exaggerating, I can taste the crispness of the uttapam just reading your post!


  13. This is called tasty yet healthy. I am loving this recipe and cannot wait to make it for my husband who loves Uttapam.


  14. This looks like an amazing dish! Might be a healthy pancake as well. I’m only starting to get accustomed with Indian dishes and this might be one that I might really try in the future. Looks tasty! Appreciate you writing an article on this.


  15. This looks like an amazing dish! Might be a healthy pancake as well. I’m only starting to get accustomed with Indian dishes and this might be one that I might really try in the future. Looks tasty! Appreciate you writing an article on this.


  16. Wow.. this seems to be a super healthy recipe. I will surely try to make it for my kids. They love uttapam, but I have never tried this version. Thanks for sharing.


  17. Such a healthy recipe for uttapam, Shail. Eating healthy is the mantra and eating tasty is what we relish. When both are combined, its win-win situation.


  18. 5th ko I ate Delhi k kisi restro ka uttapam and I hated it. But your recipe is cool. I’ll try it in the morning.


  19. Quick and easy recipe…..ideal for those times when you dont have time to ferment the batter.


  20. I’m definitely going to try this!


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I am a lawyer by profession but cooking has been my passion and hence my journey began as a home cook. I have been working with vegetarian recipes and post my recipes using simple ingredients and easy methods to follow.


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