Steel cut oats & Moong Uttapam : high protein high fibre breakfast recipe

Steel cut oats & moong uttapam is a very yummy and healthy recipe for breakfast, lunch or dinner. There are many types of recipes prepared from oats. Steel cut Oats moong uttapam is one of them. It is a very healthy as well as an easy breakfast option. You can eat them for lunch or dinner as it is full of dietary fibers & high in plant protein.

Additionally, keep you full for a longer time and helps in weight loss. This recipe is a wonderful combination of important minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Steel cut oats & moong  uttapam is low in fat and high in flavors. You can eat it with pudina chutney, coconut chutney, or raw mango chutney.

Steel cut oats are basically oat groats that are cut into half by large steel blades. Steel cut oats have also been called pinhead or coarse cut oatmeal. They are generally less processed than other kinds of oats. These are considered as one of the healthier grains in the world, with many advantages to the health. Apart from this, there are many benefits of oats. It can lower the risk of heart disease by regulating LDL cholesterol level. 

Well, Insulin sensitivity is also improved and it helps reduce the blood sugar levels. This is why this whole grain is quite appropriate for those people that are suffering from diabetes and excessive blood sugar problems.

Moong dal is extremely light and high on protein and fibre, it keeps untimely hunger pangs at bay. Presence of these two nutrients- protein and fibre – make moong dal an effective option for weight loss.


  • 1 Cup Steel cut Oats (soaked for 3 hours)
  • 1 Cup Moong dal (soaked for 3 hours)
  • ¼ tsp Asafoetida
  • Water as required
  • 1 chopped Onion
  • 1 chopped Tomato
  • ½ chopped Capsicum
  • ½ tsp chopped Green Chilies
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tsp coconut Oil
  • 5-7 curry leaves
  • ¾ tsp crushed Ginger
  • ½ tbsp Coriander Leaves

Method to make Oats & Moong  Uttapam:

  • Firstly, Grind soaked moong dal and steel cut oats.
  • Then add asafoetida, ginger paste & curry leaves to the mixture.
  • Now mix all the ingredients and add water to make a thick batter.
  • Keep the batter at rest for 10 minutes.
  • Now, add onion, tomato, capsicum, green chilies, and salt into the batter.
  • After that, heat a non-stick pan and grease it with little oil.
  • Then spread the batter on the pan evenly and cook from both sides until turned golden brown.
  • Finally, garnish it with coriander and serve hot with any chutney you like.

Macros of oats moong uttapam (1 ):-

Calories: 124 kcal

Carbohydrates: 15.7 g

Protein: 5g

Fat: 5g

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