6 low-calorie dosa recipes to relish during winter

Indulge guilt-free in winter mornings with our 6 low-calorie dosa recipes, blending warmth, flavour, and nutrition. Healthy starts for a hearty day!

  “Winter Wellness on a Plate: 6 Low-Calorie Dosa Recipes to Start Your Day Right”

As the winter chill sets in, our cravings for hearty, calorie-laden dishes often intensify. However, it’s essential to strike a balance between indulgence and nutrition. This winter, why not savour the warmth and nutrition of dosas with a twist? Here are six low-calorie dosa recipes that not only keep you full but also contribute to your overall well-being.

 Read more: 5 low-fat halwa recipes to relish in winter

Bulls Eye Dosa – A Unique Breakfast Treat


Wheat Flour – 2 cups

Eggs – 3

Milk – 1/2 cup

Salt – to taste

Water – maintains a thin consistency


Blend all the ingredients in a blender to form a smooth batter.

Brush the pan with oil and pour enough batter to make a thin dosa.

Cook over medium flame until soft.

Enjoy the Bulls Eye Dosa, unique in its soft texture compared to the traditional crispy dosas.

Oats Dosa – Weight-Loss Friendly and Flavorful


Oats – 200 gm

Urad dal – 50 gm

Rice – 50 gm

Cooked rice – 50 gm

Methi seeds – 25 gm

Salt to taste


Soak all the ingredients for 10-12 hours and blend into a smooth mix.

Enhance taste by adding boiled spinach, tomato, and onion to the mix.

Add salt to taste.

This dosa is ideal for Weight Watchers, keeping you fuller for longer.

 Read more: “Savor the Flavor: Roopali Mohanti’s Delectable Green Mutton Curry Recipe”

Moong Dal Dosa – Packed with Protein and Spices


Whole green moong dal (soaked) – 1 cup

Chana dal (soaked) – 1 cup

Oats (rolled) – 1/2 cup

Green chilli – 1-2 (depending on your preference)

Spices like red chilli powder, turmeric powder, and jeera powder.


Blend all ingredients except oats until it forms a thick batter.

Add oats and blend once more.

Apply oil on a hot pan, and pour the batter to make a dosa.

Season with cheddar cheese, sauce, or chutney of your choice.


Snow White Dosa – Mangalore’s Special Delight


2 1/2 cups dosa

1/2 cup grated coconut

Salt as per taste


Soak rice overnight or for at least 1 hour.

Blend into a smooth paste, maintaining a thin, watery consistency.

Apply oil in a pan and pour to make a thin layer of dosa.

This Mangalorean special pairs well with any chutney or curry.

Beetroot Dosa – Vibrant, Nutrient-Rich, and Delicious


Beetroots – 1/2 cup

Dosa batter

Grated ginger (1 tablespoon)

2 cloves garlic

Salt to taste


Peel and blend beetroots into a smooth puree with garlic and cumin powder.

Mix beetroot puree with dosa batter, adjusting consistency with water.

Flip and cook both sides until golden brown. 

Quinoa Delight Dosa – Protein-Packed Pancake Alternative


Quinoa – 200 gm

Chana dal – 50 gm

Urad dal – 25 gm

Rolled oats – 1/2 cup

Salt to taste


Soak all ingredients overnight.

Blend into a smooth paste the next morning.

Apply oil in a pan and make thin dosas or thick pancakes as per preference.

We’re now on WhatsApp. Click to join

In conclusion, these six dosa recipes offer a delectable way to enjoy winter mornings without compromising on health. Low in calories and rich in protein, they provide a satisfying and nutritious start to your day. So, embrace the warmth of these delightful dosas and relish the flavours while keeping your winter cravings in check. So, indulge in these wholesome delights, and let the comforting aroma and nutritional benefits of these dosas make your winter mornings both satisfying and health-conscious. Elevate your breakfast routine with these nutritious dosa variations that not only keep you full but also contribute to your overall well-being during the colder months.

Like this post related to dosa recipes
Register at One World News to never miss out on videos, celeb interviews, and best reads.

Back to top button