Uttapam Recipe for Diabetic | How To Make Uttapam

Uttapam is a traditional South Indian Breakfast pancake, which is made in homes & restaurants. It’s a healthier South Indian food like Idli dosa. 

Uttapam is also called Oothapam or Uttappa. It’s rich in protein and a good vegan food. It's a delicious, Slightly tangy taste that attracts you to eat. It's topped with green vegetables like tomato, Onion and coriander. 

If you are looking for a good healthy dish that tastes good, Uttapam is one of the good options.

Here we are sharing the Uttapam recipe which does not increase your blood sugar level. It’s a good choice for a diabetic person. 

We keep in mind the EGL (Estimated Glycemic Load) value of ingredients in this recipe so it does not impact your sugar level and doesn’t hamper the taste.

Uttapam Recipe Ingredients

  • 100g Diabexy Dosa mix – It has an 85% reduced glycemic load of compared to other Dosa mixes. Diabexy Dosa mix has 37g per 100g of plant-based protein from Nuts and Seeds.
  • Nutroactive Mineral Salt – Mineral salt is 100% natural, High-quality Himalayan pink salt directly sourced from Himalaya.
  • Ghee – Small quantity of desi ghee
  • Onion & veggies – As per your choice of vegetables in small quantities.

How To Make Uttapam

  • Take 100g Diabexy Dosa Mix and add water to make the batter and mix it well. Mix it well and make it like a smooth paste.
  • Add a pinch of NutroActive Mineral Salt to the batter.
  • Heat a pan and grease it with ghee.
  • Pour the batter into the pan, Spread well to make the uttapam.
  • Chopped the onion tomatoes, cilantro, green chilies & veggies of your choice. Sprinkle a teaspoon of ghee into it.
  • Allow some time for it to be cooked on a slow flame.
  • Your uttapam is ready to eat.

EGL value is only 7 of this Uttapam so it’s a great healthy choice. You can start your day with low-glycemic food.

Pro Tips for Uttapam

Here are some common things to keep in mind while making uttapam:

  1. The batter should not to thick and thin because if it's too thin uttapam won’t hold his shape and if it's too thick it might be uncooked.
  2. Fermenting for 5-6 hours on batter makes uttapam fluffy and soft so fermentation can play a good role.
  3. Experiment with your toppings. Onions, tomatoes, chilies & coriander are the most general toppings but you can try carrots, bell peppers & other your choice of vegetables.
  4. Need to cook both sides of any kind of uttapam. Ensure it is cooked very well.
  5. Uttapam is generally cooked at medium temperature. High temperatures might burn the bottom.

How To Serve Uttapam

Serve uttapam hot for better taste. It tastes really good with coconut chutney, tomato chutney & mint chutney. It also depends on you what type of taste you prefer. It also tastes good with sambhar. You can try different types of sauce and chutney with uttapam. You can place the uttapam in the large plate so you can cut it into pieces it large.

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