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Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Adai is a crepe made by soaking and grinding rice and pulses with spices. Moringa leaves/drumstick leaves are the most preferred variety of adai. I replaced rice with foxtail millet.



  1. Wash and soak the millet and pulses separately for 4 hours.
  2. Using a blender, first grind ginger and chillies. To that add the soaked and drained pulses  coarsely by adding very little water.
  3. Grind the millet coarsely by adding little water.
  4. Mix everything, add asafoetida, curry leaves,moringa leaves and salt.
  5. The batter should be thick.
  6. Heat a pan pour a laddle of batter and make adais. Cook on both sides.
  7. Serve with podi/aviyal/jaggery/butter.

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  1. Iam a regular fan of your millet recipes and millet pongal is our favourite dish. Tried ur millet adai recipe healthy and hit recipe

    1. Hi Uma,
      Thanks so much for the validation. Glad that you like my recipes. If you have a picture of Adai, please share it through messenger so that I can publish it in the Millet table FB page.

  2. Tried this millet adai a couple of days back, it’s a hit at home loved millet adais more than regular rice adais came out crisp and the taste of millets

  3. I tried this nutritious adai using spring onions.All of us enjoyed yet another healthy dish. This would be my regular adai batter henceforth. Thank you VV.

    1. Hi Rama,
      Another validation from you!! Happy to know that your children are also enjoying the millet preparations! As usual, your plate looks yummy!! Mahesh’s favourite dish!

  4. Tried this nutritious adai without muringai leaves..apt for diabetics as u can easily stop with one..the dal combo is very healthy. Thanks Vijaya Venkatesh

    1. Hi Vidhubala,
      Thanks for trying and validating the recipe. It is a pleasure to see whatever you make! Always picture perfect dishes!! Happy to know that you liked it. Yes, really diabetic friendly dish.

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