Atta Chakuli For Blogging Marathon and Blog Hop Wendesday

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Atta Chakuli For Blogging Marathon and Blog Hop Wendesday
Atta Chakuli

This was a tricky situation – I had bookmarked a couple of recipes from Mugda’s blog Cooking Fundas, whom I am paired with for Blog Hop Wednesday started by Radhika and at the same time, I had this desire to do the Blogging Marathon with Valli and Co – What’s poor me gonna do except conceive of a master plan to keep both my commitments with one post, so that I could stick to my theme of cooking with fruits for the blogging marathon – For this I really had to scour Mugda’s blog to get a recipe with fruits and I found it in the least likely place in the dosa section – This is what I would called a mix between a karacha dosai (Rava dosais) and pancakes – The kids returned from school a few moments ago and had them hot and LOVED them so much, So thank you my dear Mugdha for adding a new& yummy recipe to our home :)

I had to modify a bit because I did not have aniseeds and I really forgot to add the coconut altho I was so excited about seeing it on the recipe – happens when one has a sick child and two older ones coming home hungry :(
I have to get back to dinner making so I better rush this one out :)

Ingredients
1/2 cup Rava (cream of wheat)
1/2 Whole wheat flour (chakki atta)
2 tsp sugar
1 tsp cumin
1 banana
A pinch of salt
Pam olive oil or butter spray
NO oil :)

atta chakuli

Preparation

Before I get on with directions, let me clarify that a no oil preparation is only possible if you have a non-stick pan
1) Mash bananas to fine pulp
2) In a bowl, mix the cream of wheat, atta, cumin & sugar
3) Add the banana pulp and mix in well
4) Dilute by adding water to the consistency of a dosai or pancake
5) Heat pan and make 4-5 inch sized chakulis

Ready in 15 -20 minutes start to finish

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Posted on

October 19, 2011

36 Comments

  1. Lovely recipe…I use to make this in paniyaram pan but this dosa version sounds yummy…brilliant choice two in one ..for BHW n BM :) well done Priya !!!

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  2. wow yummy creation!

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  3. that;s a gr8 dish…thanks for sharing..

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  4. its like sweet dosa with banana…yum!!…very tasty!…hope u kiddo gets better!

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  5. Delicious and tempting recipe…Lovely clicks.

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  6. My MIL used to this, taste great!!!

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  7. Great dish, especially with the bananas.

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  8. Interesting variation of banana dosa!

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  9. Interesting dosai variety with bananas…will give it a try!! Hope your little one feels better soon!!

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  10. Nice recipe dear.Chakuli looks tempting.

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  11. i hope i could taste your recipe one of these days…=) nice

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  12. Very interesting recipe. Chakuli looks delicious…

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  13. lovely dish…

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  14. It is a lovely recipe Priya…I am bookmarking this.

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  15. I do the same as paniyarams, dosa version sounds interesting..

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  16. delicious recipe! I always wanted to try this,never had the push- now your recipe is enuf to inspire me!

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  17. Sounds very healthy & delicious, lovely recipe :)

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  18. hi now serving.. its good to read about substituting ingredients.
    i must check out how the cream of wheat looks like.. this dish looks delicious

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  19. so healthy and wonderful !! Great idea dear !!

    Ongoing Event – Festive Food

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  20. ohh..I loved these aata chila..and also good way to use very ripe banana. sounds delish

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  21. nice recipe

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  22. beautiful snack recipe.perfect for breakfast

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  23. Sorry to hear abt your kid..hope your kid gets better soon..the dish sounds interesting!

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