Bajra Dosa Recipe – Pearl Millet/Kambu Dosai – Healthy Indian Breakfast Recipes Diabetes Weight Loss

bajra/बाजरा dosa recipe, low calorie recipes, pearl millet – kambu dosai – sajje dosa – sajjala dosa, healthy breakfast recipe for diabetes/weight loss.
1 cup bajra
1/2 cup rice, I used single polished white rice
1/2 cup black urad dal (can use white urad dal)
2 tbsp channa dal
1/2 tbsp methi seeds
1/2 tsp salt or as needed
1 tbsp cooked rice or poha
water as needed to grind the batter
Note: Those with thyroid should limit consumption of millets, pls check with your doctor before changing your diet.
Healthy Dosa Batter Recipe:
Bajra/Pearl Millet:
Black Urad Dal:
Millets and Diabetes:
Millet Diet For Diabetes:
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