Broccoli Keema And Cheese Uttapam Recipe
A wonderful topping of Broccoli Keema and cheese for your Uthappam to be served along with a South Indian style coconut chutney
Keema is a South Asian meat dish that literally means minced meat in Turkish. Keema can be made with any meat but usually Keema is associated with mutton mince. Vegetarians Keemas usually involve peas or cauliflower. Most Keemas are minced meats that are mixed with aromatic spices that are either eaten by itself or added to rice or stuffed in breads.
Broccoli Keema And Cheese Uttapam is a nutritious breakfast or a dinner recipe. Broccoli keema is loaded with spices which adds a variation from regular uthappam. Topping with cheese will make this more attractive and healthy for kids too.
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Ingredients for Broccoli Kheema
- 1 Broccoli , cleaned
- 1 Onion , finely chopped
- 1 clove Garlic , minced
- 1 Green Chilli , finely chopped
- 1/2 teaspoon Coriander Powder (Dhania)
- 1/4 teaspoon Red chilli powder
- 1 teaspoon Cooking oil
- Salt , to taste Ingredients for the Uthappam
- 2 cups Idli Dosa Batter
- 1/4 cup Mozzarella cheese , finely grated
- Cooking oil , as needed
How to make Broccoli Keema And Cheese Uttapam Recipe
To start making Broccoli Keema And Cheese Uttapam add the broccoli florets to your food processor and pulse couple of times or until they look grated.
Heat up a small pan with a teaspoon of oil. Add onions, garlic, green chili and saute until golden brown. Add chopped up broccoli with required salt and cook until raw smell goes off.
Add coriander powder, red chili powder and saute for couple of minutes until they are cooked through and turn off the heat.
Heat up a dosa griddle, pour a small ladle full of dosa batter, swirl just once to make a thick pancake. Spread a spoonful of prepared broccoli kheema mixture on top of the Uttapam and finally top it up with cheese.
Drizzle some oil all around and cook covered until the Uttapam is cooked and cheese is melted.
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