For those who don’t know what Dosa is, it can be described as Indian crunchy sourdough crêpe pancake. A breakfast which is light in carbohydrates and sugars, high in protein, fiber is categorized as healthy breakfast. Traditional Dosa has high carbohydrates, no sugar, moderate in protein and fiber. Most of western breakfasts are not in healthy category. Usual western breakfasts are made of highly processed all-purpose flour, sugars and topped with whipping cream. With a few changes in recipe, Dosa can be low in carbohydrates and no sugars, high in protein and fiber. Once batter is prepared and fermented, A well made Dosa is wonderfully delicious, and a healthy breakfast for busy mornings. Choosing savory breakfast over sweet has many benefits. It cuts down lot of sugars to your daily intake. Adding peppers in breakfast gives you essential minerals which keep you active all day.
Once dosa batter is prepared, it can be refrigerated up to a week. With a little preparation ahead, Dosa is easy and healthy breakfast for busy mornings. A number of instant dosa packages are available in stores these days. Be-aware that these products and restaurant dosa’s contain higher amounts of rice and non nutritious dehydrated ingredients. Since packaged dosa mix is not fermented, they lack key nutrients. Think of it as just consuming a package of dehydrated carbohydrates.