4 easy recipes to incorporate superfoods into a diet


Eating healthy can be difficult, especially if you work from home, where the refrigerator is never too far away! Are you looking for something easy to prepare, nutritious and healthy? These recipes from Chef Sanjyot Keer with superfood ingredients like oats and granola help lower cholesterol, are high in fiber and low in fat, and are designed to boost your energy levels. Try them out this week!

Superfood recipes to taste

Sprout and oatmeal dose

Adding sprouts and a super food like oats to a dosa makes it lighter, healthier, and tastier.

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Rest time: 18 hours

Cooking time: 25 min

Servings: 6

For dose


Whole green gram (green moung dal) 1 cup

1 cup curd

Red pepper powder 1 tbsp

Coriander powder 1 tbsp

Cumin seeds (jeera) 1 teaspoon

Green peppers 2-3 nos. (chopped)

Ginger (1 inch

Fresh cilantro a handful

Water 250 ml

1 cup powdered oatmeal


Wash the moong dal thoroughly in fresh water, transfer it to a bowl and soak it in water for at least 4-5 hours.

Drain off the excess water and cover the soaked moong with a cloth keeping it in the colander or you can also tie it in the cloth and keep it overnight for it to germinate.

Transfer the sprouted moong to a grinding jar, add the curd, red pepper powder, coriander powder, cumin seeds, green peppers, ginger, fresh cilantro and water, reduce to a fine purée, add more water if necessary. Make sure the mash is not very thin.

Add the oat powder, for a fine texture pass the powder through a sieve. Add salt and whisk well.

Cover and let the dough rest for 15 minutes.

Check the consistency of the dough, it should be semi thick like a dosa dough, if it is too thick add a little water and adjust the consistency.

Heat a dosa tawa over medium heat and spread 1 to 2 tablespoons of the dough and spread evenly to make a thin or thick dosa totally according to your preference.

Drizzle with a drizzle of oil and lower the heat and cook until golden on one side, flip and cook for a minute on the other side.

Your healthy sprout and oat dosa is ready to serve, hot and crisp with a freshly made tomato chutney.

Tomato chutney


Oil 1 tbsp

Onion 1 medium size (chopped)

Garlic 1 tbsp

Green peppers 2 nos. (chopped)

Curry leaves 8-10

3-4 medium tomatoes (chopped)

Salt to taste

Amchur powder 1 teaspoon

Red pepper powder 1 tbsp

½ teaspoon turmeric powder

sugar 1 teaspoon


Put a pan on medium heat, add the oil, onions, garlic, green peppers and curry leaves, cook until the onions turn light brown.

Add the tomatoes, salt to taste, amchur powder, red pepper powder and turmeric powder. Cook until the tomatoes are mushy.

Add the sugar and continue cooking for 2-3 minutes. Your tomato chutney is ready to be served. Set aside for later use.

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