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Multi Grain Chilla

Sunday morning we were all bored from our regular breakfasts and wanted something different… After a long discussion and no decision, I told my hubby ok I will go in the kitchen and make something different.. he asked what and I told him I dont know as of now and I really didnt… once I reached the kitchen I started searching for what all I have at home… My hands stumbled upon this powder we make at home for my 9-month old son and 84 year old granny 🙂 And I decided to do something with it and the results were extremely nice

so here’s the recipe…

Ingredients
1 cup Multi Grain Powder*
1 cup water
1 finely chopped onion
1/4 cup finely chopped capsicum (I had put yellow and red ones)
2 green chillies finely chopped
salt and chili powder to taste

note – u can any other vegie u like

Method
1. Mix the powder with water to get a batter of smooth consistency…
2. Add salt, chilli powder and rest of the ingridents
3. Heat a tawa and spread the mixture on the tawa…
4. Roast on side and then turn and roast the other.
5. Enjoy with ketchup or green chutney…

* – the funda here is the powder… we usually make it the following way…
100gms ragi (Finger millet)
100 gms wheat
100 gms bajra Pearl Millet
100 gms jawar
100 gms corn
100 gms green moong dal
100 gms black gram
handful of almonds
handful of cashew

wash all the grains and the soak overnight for slight sprouting
dry roast them on low flame and then grind them till powder is ready

Its extremely nutritious and my son loves it… for him I usually make it by just cooking it for 5 mins with water and later feed him by mixing it with his formula or some curd

The above is a cumbersome process and if u dont have the time and energy to do so.. u can get a similar ready powder in the market (atleast in the southern parts of the country its pretty popular)

This is also my entry to WBB:Grains in my Breakfast started by Nandita of Saffron Trail and this time being hosted by Aparna of My diverse Kitchen.

15 comments on “Multi Grain Chilla

  1. PG
    September 30, 2008

    wow! a great recipe! and so yummy too!

  2. Monika
    September 30, 2008

    @pg,glad u liked it 🙂

  3. --xh--
    September 30, 2008

    nice recipe – an interesting change indeed 🙂

  4. Mampi
    September 30, 2008

    Wow,thats very innovative…

  5. Indian Home Maker
    October 1, 2008

    This is good, am going to try this with whatever ingredients are available in the kitchen today:)

  6. HOBO
    October 1, 2008

    Its breakfast time…hurrayyy !!!

  7. Renu
    October 1, 2008

    good idea, so far I made chillas from monong daal or semolina or besan, and sometimes mixed chopped veg. in that, now i am going to try this.BTW what is this Raagi in Hindi?

  8. Aparna
    October 1, 2008

    This is a great way to incorporate grain in breakfasts.Thanks for participating in WBB.Sorry, but I made a mistake in the announcement and so didn’t get your e-mail.

  9. Monika
    October 1, 2008

    @-xh-,indeed it was and it turned out very well too and my hubby was saying that he will demand of having different breakfast every weekend now 🙂

  10. Monika
    October 1, 2008

    @hobo,breakfast is the loviest meal of the day isnt it

  11. Monika
    October 1, 2008

    @renu,thanks no idea what is ragi called in hindi but u can get it at most of the stores as millet in the north… wait I found this when I tried to google it…

  12. HOBO
    October 3, 2008

    Yes, it is.Enjoy !:)

  13. PG
    December 15, 2008

    just wanted to tell you that i also made something similar, inspired yby your wonderful recipe. Thanks for the recipe!BTW, ragi is finger millet. Like you said, it is millet. But, there are very many types of them. Jwar and bajra are also millets.Wiki is a good source of detailed information on these.

  14. Monika
    December 20, 2008

    @PG,hey i am glad u liked t… and ya i checked on wiki later thanks for the info

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