Singhara Uttapam is a simple recipe that does not require much time and can be cooked in under 15 minutes.
Singhara Uttapam Recipe
Prep Time: 5 Mins
Cook Time: 10 Mins
Total Time: 15 Mins
Hii Foodies!!! How are you all?? If you don’t have enough time to prepare a dish for your fast, then you can try a quick and easy Singhara Uttapam. In fact Uttapam is a popular South Indian recipe that you can easily prepare at home. Usually it is prepared with semolina or sooji, but today we bring to you a uttapam recipe with a twist which is prepared for those who are fasting. This delectable uttapam recipe is absolutely mouth-watering. No doubt this is an absolutely delicious Navratri recipe that can be enjoyed with chutney or curd. It is a simple recipe that does not require much time and can be cooked under 15 minutes.
Scroll down to get the recipe of Singhara Uttapam.
Singhara Uttapam Recipe Ingredients
· 1 Cup Singhara atta
· 1 Small Tomato
· 1 Green Chili
· 1/2 tbsp Chopped Coriander Leaves
· A Pinch Rock Salt (Sendha Namak)
Preparation Before Singhara Uttapam Recipe
Chop Tomato and green chilli in small pieces
Singhara Uttapam Recipe: Step By Step
1. Start your recipe by taking a bowl and adding 1 cup Singhara atta, pinch of salt and enough water. Mix well with the spoon, till you get a pouring consistency.
2. Heat a non stick pan, pour one ladle of batter, don’t spread the batter, wait till you see the bubble start appearing.
3. Now immediately add tomato pieces, green chili, coriander leaves, after pouring batter.
4. Drizzle a few drops of oil on sides of uttapam, cover with a lid and cook in medium flame for a min. Cook it until the bottom gets brown and cooked.
5. Flip the uttapam carefully and cook again for a minute.
6. Your Singhara Uttapam is ready to serve. Serve it hot with Green chutney or Tomato Chutney or curd.
Singhara Uttapam Recipe Tips
· You can mix tomato, green chili, coriander leaves in batter and make uttapam.
Frequently Asked Questions
Singhara, also known as water chestnut, is a fruit that grows underwater.
Water chestnut contains high amounts of fibre, potassium, manganese, copper, vitamin B6 and riboflavin. As per the USDA nutrition database, 100-grams of singhara contain 4 grams of fibre, 3 grams of protein and 23.9 grams of carbs.
Singhara is a fruit that grows underwater but kuttu is known as pseudo-cereal. Both the flours provide one of a kind taste. While kuttu atta provides one with warmth, singhara has cooling properties.
Singhara is considered the best for diabetes because it is a rich source of proteins, minerals and essential carbohydrates
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