Adai/Mutigrain Adai & Aviyal

Adai/Mutigrain Adai & Aviyal

Adai/Multigrain Adai, Healthy Protein rich well power packed Lentil creeps.. This is my MIL’s recipe, she make a thin crispy crepes, always i failed to do the exact preparation.. i took some leftover batter when it was runny… that too i don’t prefer the batter not to be runnyTongue..

I heard a lot form my friends, Adai and aviyal are the best combination.. Healthy packed multigrain creeps with mixed vegetable kootu.. this is a filling for breakfast/dinner… Adai paired with sugar to attract kids.. Here Aviyal is my mom’s recipe and Adai is my MIL’s recipe.. both their combination Mom and MIL are the bestTongue, now when i planning for family menu i remember their tough time.. Try this simple Lentil creeps and let me know how it turned for you. lets go with the recipe…

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Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 2 hours    |  Cook time: 15 mins    |  Serves: 3


Idli Rice 1 cup
Thoor dhal 1/2 cup
Channa dhal 1/4 cup
Moong dhal 1/4 cup
Urad dhal 2 tsp
Hing 1 tsp
Red chill 4-5 nos
Salt As per taste
Curry leaves 1 spring
Onion 1/2 cup chopped
Oil 2-3 tsp



 1. Take Idli Rice, Thorr dhal, channa dhal moong dhal and urad dhal in a mixing bowl, wash and clean the dhal mix.. add some hot water to it.. and soak this for 1 hour..

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 2. Drain out the soaked grain in a mixer add red chillie and hing to it.. grind this to a smooth batter like dosa batter consistency..
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 3. Add in the chopped onion and curry leaves with some slat.. mix them well.. Heat the dosa tawa, and drop a laddel of batter to the hot tawa, and spread evenly.. Drizzle some oil over the Adai..
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 4. Once the top cooked like this as shown in the picture, flip them to the other side and cook it.. Repeat the same…
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    • Can soak Redchillie along with the Grains..
    • If you like hing flavor then add more for a best taste.. Adding hing helps in digestion and gastric..
    • If your batter is runny, you can make a thin and crispy adai.. my MIL preparer he same.. but i prefer this tiny thick adai..
    • Can add Drumstick leaves to the batter.. to vary the version.. i don’t have drumstick leaves in hands..
    • This goes well with Idli lodi, Chutney too.. 
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