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Recipe for uttapam wanted

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Is there a recipe for uttapam that doesn't use rice in the batter? I remember having them in D.C. that were thicker and denser than most of the recipes I see. It seemed as it the batter was made only of dals. The vegetables were mixed into the batter rather on top. Maybe it was the restaurants version? Thanks.

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If you google dal uttapam there seem to be several recipes without rice. Hope you find one you like!

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Is there a recipe for uttapam that doesn't use rice in the batter? I remember having them in D.C. that were thicker and denser than most of the recipes I see. It seemed as it the batter was made only of dals. The vegetables were mixed into the batter rather on top. Maybe it was the restaurants version? Thanks.

 

Where in DC did you have them?

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I had them at Woodlands in Takoma Park.

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you can make uttapam with semolina & bread mixture also, wherein you have to soak the 1 cup semolina for atleast 02 hrs n than can put 03 to 04 slice of breads & 02 tbs curd to it just before making uttapam, can add veggies also to it. it tastes gud, try it.

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Hi there! My mum makes uttapam from dosa batter. You can usually get a mixture from an asian food store. She usually mixes into the batter chopped tomatoes, chopped red onions, chopped green chillies and chopped coriander (aka cilantro). Hope this helps!

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