Thursday, November 12, 2009

Rave rotti(Semolina Roti)

This dish is requested by a reader of mine & she wanted me to publish it as early as possible. So.., here it goes for you & also to others who want to give it a try.


Ingredients:
Chiroti rava or small rava/semolina: 3.5 cups
Akki hittu/Rice flour: 1/2 cup
Anna/Cooked rice: A fistful/ondu hidi (optional, makes the rotti soft)
Carrot: 1/2 cup grated
Erulli/Onion: 1 medium sized (finely chopped, optional but recommended as this would give a crunchy effect to the dish)
Curry leaves: as much as you want (finely chopped)
Coriander leaves: a fistful (finely chopped)
Grated coconut: 3-4 tbsp
Salt: According to taste
Jeera/Jeerige/Cumin seeds: 1 tsp
Mosaru/Curd/Yogurt: 1/2 cup (shouldn't be very sour)
Grated cucumber: 1/2 cup (this gives a totally different flavor to the rotti, but if you don't like you can discard it too)
Finely chopped green chillies: As much as you want (I normally do not add this, as my family likes it less or rather no spicy)
Oil: 1 tbsp for each rotti
Water: Roughly around 1 cup (use cucumber water as much as possible)

Method:
  • Blend the cooked rice to make a smooth paste.
  • Mix all the above ingredients mentioned. Make a dough similar to rice rotti dough.
  • Pat it on the tava or a banana leaf, cook on both sides & serve with coconut chutney.

Notes:
  1. If you want the rotti to be soft, decrease the rawa & increase the rice flour.
  2. Do not pat the rotti very thin, keep it medium like parathas.
  3. Add the oil generously as it helps in roasting the rotti better.
  4. Feel free to add leafy vegetables like methi, dill to this rotti for different flavors & nutrients.

25 comments:

  1. Stopped to say bye. Have fun blogging and will catch up with ur posts once I find time in India.Have a happy holiday season

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  2. I will try this for sure coz,this is double dhamakha for me,i love roti/adai and also sooji...Bookmarked!

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  3. Thumba chennaagide rotti.... Nanige amma maaduthidda rottiya nenapaayithu.... Aadare eega I think, ondu varusha vaayithu... naanu thindu...

    Now I just relish it in my thoughts.... When she has prepared akki rotti & if she or me, either of us visit eachother I get to taste that again... if not... I think it is time I tried it all by myself... as the saying goes.... Why wait for someone to bring you flowers...better to plant your own garden!!!!! Very true....!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  4. Oh I love Rava Roti. Been looking for a recipe. The pleasures of food from Karnataka. Sigh.

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  5. Hi
    It is the same I make at home. This is my fastest and healthiest breakfast for me. Thanks for sharing.
    Love to have it with red chutney.

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  6. We make it without the rice flour, I definitely have to try this one out. Thnx!

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  7. Very nice recipe and delicious dosa as well

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  8. Nice rotti... looks mouthwatering

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  9. rave rotti..looks so yummy !! i make only with rava, shall try ur version soon !!

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  10. hi,
    Naavu saha cucumber rotti madteve, somewhat like this but a little simpler,I wanna try ur version too. I'd love it with a drizzle of ghee :)

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  11. Never heard of rava roti but I must try this one since it appears very delicious.

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  12. Wow.. It turned out soo good and perfect for you dear.. I sure want to try this recipe soon!

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  13. That surely looks colorful & delicious.

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  14. Yumm!!!will try out soon..

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  15. Hi Sushma...Rotti looks delicious...Mixing rava and rice flour is new to me, will try your recipe next time :)

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  16. This is new to me, will definitely try it out, looks really good!

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  17. New to me...looks extremely yum....

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  18. this version of rave rotti is very new to me .. looks yumm

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  19. I love rotti, yaaru illade irovaaga naanu obble modkondu thinthini!! :) yellarigu rotti thattokke bejaaru kanri!!, rotti is so delicious, now I want to make it...

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  20. This roti is new to me .Will try soon.
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

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