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  • n. Alternative spelling of uthappam.

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Examples

  • Raj uses his oven to great effect with both the usual - flaky paratha bread - and the unusual - uttapam, which is fermented rice-flour bread topped with toasted onion and garlic.

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  • I learned to make dosas and uttapam—a thicker relative of the dosa that commonly incorporates coconut or a mix of onion, green chiles, cilantro and tomato into the batter—on a recent trip to Kerala and Tamil Nadu, two of the southernmost states in India.

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  • Despite being free of sugar, fat, dairy, cholesterol and gluten—and containing fewer than 100 calories—both dosas and uttapam are super-satisfying.

    The Pancake of Possibilities

  • I loved the goat biryani from Deshi Biryiani and the spread from Tiffin Wallah (veggie biriyani, uttapam, dhokla, and chaat).

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  • At the eatery a display of typical Mangalore fare of buns, usli, uttapam, Kerala paratha, pole, pohe etc.

    Neer Dosa and Appam in Mangalore

  • Take warning: fermented foods - like the Indian foods dosa, idli and uttapam that Kaur mentions - may be good for you or not, but the fact that they are fermented does not mean that they have beneficial probiotic bacteria.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The onion uttapam was unreal, the tandoori lamb chops fantastically tender and tasty, and the crispy spinach flash-fried in the palak chaat was simply astonishing, one of those "I've never had anything like this" deals.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • By the way, wanted to let you know that whenever i click on Deena's Rava uttapam, i am directed to Meeta's blog.

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  • A whole family of brunch dishes are based on a fermented batter of rice and urad dal, including steamed cakes called idlis, paper-thin crepes called dosas and thick pancakes called uttapam.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Dosai, vadai, upma, uttapam, idli, pulihora, cocnut chutney and the likes, according to me are all south indan and doesnt need further classification.

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