Red Rice Drum-Stick (Moringa) Leaves Dosa

Dr Sangeeth Somanadhap...

Natural Healing Advisor

11:10 AM | 25-07-2019
Prep Time
16 minutes
Cook Time
5 minutes
Servings
3 servings

Moringa leaves contain almost 92 nutrients and 46 antioxidants which are essential fo human nutritional requirements.

The sheer number of nutrients found in this tree brings it to the top of the superfoods list, and in its native locations, it is said to have the ability totreat more than 300 diseases andillnesses.

It is believed that one serving of the Moringa leaves contains:

  • Contains 4 times the amount of calcium in the same amount of milk
  • Contains more vitamin C than 7 oranges, double the protein of a banana
  • and 3 times the amount of potassium in a banana

Moringa leaves are high antioxidants which freeze-free radicals in their tracks and cut the risk of cancer while also slowing down the ageing process and promoting longevity.

Drum stick leaves are known to lower cholesterol levels and regulate blood pressure and the presence of high niacin levels and contains large levels of vitamins B3 and B10.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups red rice flour
  • 1 cup grated coconut
  • ½ cup finely chopped onion
  • ½ cup finely chopped carrots
  • 1 cup chopped moringa leaves
  • Black or Rock Salt
  • Water
  • Turmeric (1/2 Teaspoon)
  • Pepper powder ( 1/2 teaspoon)
  • 1 green chilli chopped

Method

  1. Take the red rice flours in a bowl, add coconut, turmeric then pour the water over it and mix well. Mix well to semi-solid consistency
  2. Add black or rock salt, pepper powder, chopped onions, carrots and chopped leaves (after removing all stems) and chillies. Mix everything.
  3. Heat a tava (if cast iron tava is used it gives very nice crispiness to dosa.Oil may be used minimally to avoid sticking to the tava).
  4. Then spread a half-inch thick layer of the mixture on the tava with your fingers (Dip the fingers in water before handling the mixture to make it easier to spread).
  5. Cover the tava and let it cook, after a couple of minutes, turn it upside down and cook on other side.
  6. Serve hot.

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Dr.Tokika

02:35 PM | 28-07-2019

Great

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Rajinder Pal Singh

01:56 PM | 28-07-2019

Very good initiative

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