Semolina Onion Uttapam | How to make Semolina Onion Uttapam

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ByVandana Jangid
Created on 7th Nov 2016
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  • 9 reviews
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  • By Vandana Jangid
    Created on 7th Nov 2016

About Semolina Onion Uttapam

Suji Uttapam is a delicious and quick breakfast recipe that can be made instantly.

  • Prep Time2mins
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  • Serves5People
Semolina Onion Uttapam

Ingredients to make Semolina Onion Uttapam

  • Suji/ Semolina 1 cup
  • Curd 1/2 cup
  • 2 medium sized onion, chopped
  • 1 chopped green chilli
  • Oil 2-3 tbsp
  • Salt according to taste
  • 1 tsp mustard seeds

How to make Semolina Onion Uttapam

  1. Take out semolina in a big bowl and add curd into it.
  2. Now add in water little by little and make a batter as required to make the pakoras.
  3. Place a non-stick tawa over the flame. Spread 1 tsp oil over the tawa evenly. Then sprinkle some red mustard seeds over it.
  4. Once it crackles, pour 2 tsp batter on the heated tawa and spread it evenly in a round thick uttapam.
  5. Spread the onion and chopped chilli over it evenly with the help of a spoon. Pour some oil all around and over the uttapam.
  6. Press the vegetables nicely with the help of a spoon. Cook the uttapam until it gets brown at the bottom. Cover with a lid for a minute.
  7. Serve hot uttapam with tea and any type of chutney.

Reviews for Semolina Onion Uttapam (9)

HONEY SINGHa month ago
This tastes yum. :ok_hand:
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Saba Rehman7 months ago
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shweta r8 months ago
Thank you so much for this recipe. It has made my life so easy. Since I live in Cambridge and not everything is easily available this is closest to my south Indian craving. Thank you for sharing :smile:
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Nigar Haider8 months ago
very easy recipe I ,ll try it my hubby like very much thanks
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Pankaj Kumar8 months ago
Cooked today, it was so easy and tasty that I'll keep making it again and again. Thanks for sharing.
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Devalakshmi Goswami8 months ago
Thank you so much. I do cook this often but never dared name it Uttapam. Thanks now I can tell the name of the dish. Thanks again
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Celine Jacob8 months ago
Will try and see
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arunima roy8 months ago
Will definitely try and give you the feedback...
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Bishal Sika8 months ago
Nice
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