Oats and wheat flour dosai


  • Oats flakes – 2 cups
  • Wheat flour – 2 cups
  • Big onion – 1
  • Green Chillies – 3 to 4
  • Salt – 1 teaspoon or as per taste


  1. Fry oats in a dry kadai till hot to touch. Cool it and powder it.
  2. Chop onion and green chillies finely.
  3. Mix oats flour, wheat flour and salt with required water and make dosa batter. Add chopped onion and green chillies. Mix well.
  4. Heat tawa and grease it. Pour a ladle of the batter and spread it. Pour little oil around the dosa and cook till turns light brown. Flip it over and cook other side also.
  5. Serve with chutney/sambar.


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  3. hi kamala,
    your recipes are excellent.thanks for posting them.

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  5. Hi Kamala,
    I found the Oat & Wheat Dosai very innovative & a healthy alternative to Rava dosai.I tried the recipe & it came out really well. I did customize it by frying Onions, chillies & adding it to the flour mix.
    I liked all your kootu recipes & in fact this would be a "kootu varam" for us. 🙂
    Thank You!

  6. Hi Radha,

    It is good idea to fry onion and chillies before adding to the flour. Making Kootu is the best way to consume more veg and dhal.
    Thank you for trying my recipes.

  7. Thanku Kampala for this wonderful recipe…. Just tried it out and it came out very well……

  8. hi aunty,
    I am a beginner in cooking. When i read oat wheat dosa receipe i thought to make it.. But i dnt knw how much quantity of oats and wheat flour have to take.. So aunty can u pls tell me how much of both is required for making 10-12 dosas??

    • Hi Aswathy,

      I have given the ingredients with the quantity in the recipe itself. You will find it in the right side. For the quantity mentioned in the recipe, you will be able to make 10-12 dosas.

  9. What happens if we don’t add Wheat flour? What would it taste like?

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