Beetroot dosa for kids and the whole family

Beetroot dosa tried the first time and came out very well. It’s a must try recipe and must include veg in your daily diet. It tastes very good with the flavor of green chilly and garlic cloves. Prepare a hot and crispy dosa and have with coconut chutney it tastes delicious.

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Health benefits of beetroots

1. Helps in detoxification: Beetroot is reckoned to be a great purifier. It detoxifies your body by pulling the toxins into the colon from where they can be evacuated. Some studies suggest that beetroot juice might also stimulate red blood cell production and build stamina.

2. Low in fat and calories: Although it has a high sugar content, it is low in calories and almost fat free. Since it is loaded with fiber it makes you full on lower calories. This makes it a nutritious option for those looking to keep their weight down.



3. Heart health: Studies have shown that the high content of nitrates inbeetroot produces a gas called nitric oxide. This gas helps to relax and dilate your blood vessels which improves blood flow and lowers blood pressure.

4. Rich in antioxidants: Betanin, the pigment which gives beetroot its colour, is a potent antioxidant. Along with another class of antioxidants called polyphenols, these are getting more attention in the scientific community. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, antioxidants reduce the oxidation of bad cholesterol, protect the artery walls and guard against heart disease and stroke.

5. Folate, Fiber, Vitamin C and other minerals: “Most people think that diabetics should avoid beetroot since its sweet. It is sadly misunderstood. Beetroot is a great source of fiber and minerals like iron, potassium and manganese which are essential for good health and in combination with other foods it can deliver a lot. It is particularly high in protein and iron than most other roots and tubers.



6. Hair care: Beetroot is actually one of the best home remedies to fight the flakes and an itchy scalp. You can boil some beets in water and use the concentrated liquid to massage on the scalp. Alternatively, you can mix some beetroot juice, vinegar and ginger juice and apply to the scalp. Keep this for 20 minutes and rinse.

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Beetroot dosa for kids and the whole family
beetroot-dosa
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
Servings
People
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
Servings
People
beetroot-dosa
Instructions
  1. Take 2 cups dosa batter
  2. Grate beetroot, 2 green chilly and 5-6 garlic cloves
  3. Add beetroot in a mixie jar
  4. Add garlic cloves
  5. Add green chilly
  6. Add 1/2 tsp salt or adjust dosa batter
  7. Grind smoothly without adding water
  8. Add beetroot paste to the batter
  9. Mix well till bind properly
  10. Give resting time of minimum 5 minutes
  11. Place tawa and preheat
  12. Pour one laddle full of batter and roll thinly
  13. Apply oil and cook on both sides
  14. Turn other side and cook in low flame for crispier dosa
  15. Once done transfer to a plate
  16. Beetroot dosa is ready serve hot.
  17. Serve with chutney
Recipe Notes

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