Note: Sorghum or Jowar contains complex carbohydrates which our body breaks down at a much slower rate as compared to simple carbohydrates found in foods like white rice, white bread, white flour/maida. What this means is that sugar and energy are released slowly.
For those of us who sit and stare at a screen most of the day with minimal movement, this fact is a great boon. We need little energy released over a long time so that our bodies actually use it.
This dish actually started off as Jowar Dosa but ended up as an Uthapam after my experiments to find out what works best. A bit of rice flour is required to bind it together and to add to the taste. You can further reduce it and try out the recipe.
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