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sooji oat uthapam


Uthapam is a south Indian dish.. Which is served as a snack. I make it for my kid who doesn’t want to have sooji. Sooji or semolina is a good source of carbohydrate and oat is a good source of fiber.


  1.  Sooji                                      1 cup
  2. Oat                                          1/2 cup
  3. Curd (thick)                          1/2cup
  4. Onion                                     1 medium   (finely sliced
  5. Carrot                                    1 small     (grated)
  6. Capsicum                              1/2no      (finely sliced)
  7. Green chillies                       2no (finely chopped)
  8. Coriander leaves                  1tbsp  (chopped)
  9. Curry leaves                         1 spring
  10. Baking soda                         1/2 tsp
  11. Baking powder                    1/2 tsp
  12. Vinegar or lemon juice      1/2 tsp
  13. Salt                                         to taste
  14. Oil                                          for greasing



  1. Mix sooji and oat in a bowl.
  2. Add curd and sufficient water to soak sooji & oat.
  3. Rest it for an hour.
  4. Mix grated carrot, sliced onion,sliced capsicum, green chillies,  coriander leaves, curry leaves in a bowl. Keep aside.
  5. Check the water in sooji oat mixture.. Add water and salt. Mix well.
  6. Take vinegar or lemon juice in a bowl add baking soda and stir, immediately pour this with the batter.
  7. Add baking powder and mix well.. Stir vigorously. It will rise a little.
  8. Add veggies and mix well. Pour water if required. Batter should be little thicker than dosa batter.
  9. Heat a pan /tawa. Grease with oil add laddle of batter and make like pancakes.
  10. Cover it with lid. Leave for 1 minute. Then turn it. Leave for 20-30 second and take it out.
  11. Repeat with rest of the batter.
  12. Serve with any spicy chutney.




  1. Take any veggies of your choices.
  2. You too can add chopped tomatoes, grated curliflower, blanched beans, spring onions etc.
  3. In this receipe  Oat too can b avoided. Add 1 1/2 cup sooji with 3/4cup curd.
  4. Mixing veggies with batter isn’t compulsory.. It can be spread on top.




Cooking is my passion.i love to play with myriad tastes of spices . I belong to a odiya family by birth but marriade to a bengoli person.the crash of cultures between two families induced me to cook innovatively so as to make everyone happy.

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