Thosai aka as dosa and idli are Indian breakfast items that have become world famous. In fact, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends the Idli as one of the healthiest breakfast. Both thosai and Idli are pack with carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, fats, amino acids and fiber, and does not contain saturated fat and cholesterol. Furthermore, the batter for these go through a long fermentation, creating a complex flavor and texture. Chef Devagi Sanmugam takes you on the rudiments of making even healthier batter with the use of millet.
This class is especially suitable for vegans and gluten-free dieters.
1. Millet Thosai
Savoury crepes that make a healthy, nutritious and diabetic friendly breakfast.
2. Millet Idli
Light, fluffy, steamed cakes made with millet.
3. Masala Potato
Mildly spiced potatoes and vegetables to be stuffed into thosai.
4. Vegetable Sambar
South Indian lentil stew made with vegetables, lentils and a special blend of spices – so good some people drink this up.
5. Coconut Chutney
Condiment made with ground grated coconut, green chillies and much more!
6. Tomato Chutney
A little sweet, tangy, spicy, making this a great accompaniment to the breakfast treats.
An Indian spice blend to accompany thosai and idli or to be used as sprinkle.