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"Mane Adige" means "Home Food" in kannada and this blog is all about recipes that I cook. Most of the recipes I post here will be from "Mangalooru" and "Bengalooru " regions of Karnataka,India. Rest of them are the one's which I try out by improvising the recipes got from different sources.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Rava Rotti


Happy Thanxgiving to all of you out there!!!

I have for you a breakfast recipe today. Except for some of the ingredients, Rava rotti is very similar to the Masala Akki Rotti recipe that I had posted previously.... I like this recipe better, mainly because it takes very little oil and its very easy to make. So, here goes the recipe.. enjoi!

Ingredients:

1 cup Rava/Semolina
1/4 cup Curds
1/2 Onion, chopped thinly
2-3 tbsp Grated Coconut, fresh/frozen (optional)
2-3 tbsp Grated Carrots (optional)
2-3 strands Cilantro
1.5 tsp Jeera
1-2 Green chillies,chopped
Salt as per taste
1-2 tsp Oil

Method:

  1. Mix all the ingredients except oil in a mixing bowl. The batter should be thicker than the usual dosa batter.
  2. Take a non-stick tava and grease it with a few drops of oil.
  3. Pour a handful of the batter on the pan and spread it into a circle with the help of you hands.
  4. Cook on stove with medium heat. Cook on both sides.
  5. Remove from tava and serve hot with coconut chutney or any other side dish of your choice.

Note: To make the next rotti, hold the backside of the tava under cold running water for a few seconds or until it cools down. Proceed with making the next rotti.



29 comments:

Sig said...

that looks delicious Ramya, is it different from Rava Dosa?

Roopa said...

wow Ramya one of my favorites:) thumba chenagi kanatte!

musical said...

I love rave rotti too! Yours are looking so sumptous! This is always a great b'fast idea :).

Cynthia said...

Look what beautiful rot you have made!

Red Chillies said...

Akki Rotti and Rave rotti are our all time favorites. Rotti photo nodi hotte hasitaidde :-)

Seema said...

Thats so perfect.. Love this one!

Eskay said...

wow ramya, these must have been simply delicious...wish u lived close by:( i could have tasted some of these rottis

Raaga said...

we make this minus the onions :) love your stack

Richa said...

looks amazing, ramya!
so tasty and colorful, love rava dishes :) hope u had a good wknd!

bhags said...

This one seems to be a make before and eat later recipe, for someone as lazy as me....nice one and now i am going to incorporate this in my quick fix dinner menu....:)

Just had a feeling, so u live in Presidential towers in Chicago

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I like rava and this rotis look delicious..hav to try it out some time:)

Laavanya said...

That looks lovely and the preparation seems similar to Akki Roti. I'm sure the rava makes it crispy and wonderful.

Happy cook said...

Rave rotti looks so beautiful, i am sure it was delicious too

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

@Sig,
Good Q, Sig.... Rava dosa and rotti sound similar but they actually taste very different. For rava dosa, we use fine rava and make the batter a little watery. For rotti, we use upma rava and make the batter a little thick.

@Roopa,Musical,

Thanx girls... It is def a gr8 bfast idea

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

@Cynthia,
Thanx so much Cyn...:)

@Red Chillies,Seema,
oh yes, they r my fav too!! just love them :). Thanx so much girls!

@Eskay,
haha :) sure... Come over anytime. you'll hv to bear your own flight charges, though ;)

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

@Raaga,Richa,
Thanx so much ! :)

@Bhags,
Yeah, you could def make them before hand and store them for a few hours :).... And I live in the suburbs of chicago.... :)

@Rags kitchen, Happy Cook,
Thanx so much girls!

@Laavanya,
oh yeah, rava did make it crisp... But I like it soft. So I added some extra curds and made it a little soft :)

Prema Sundar said...

Have tried akki rotis but not with rava..
looks good ..can try it sometime. thanks for the recipe.

Vanamala said...

ramya one of my fav bfast rotti. photo thumba chanagi kanthidhe :)

Kribha said...

wow Ramya...this is a very nice recipe. Very different from the traditional dosas and idllis. I'll save this for later. Thanks for sharing.

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

@Prema,Vanamala, Kribha,
Thanx girls... yeah, this one is indeed diffreent from the usual!

Sudha said...

First time visiting ur blog and love ur Rava Roti.It is lookin very tasty.I love such fast to cook recipes which tastes amazing.I am gonna give it a try n let u know how it tasted:)

ANJALI JOSHI said...

they look delicious..

hi said...

HI Ramya...I am visited ur site yesterday for the first time...Went home and tried Rava roti ..It came out very well..!!
I will now be a regular visitor to ur blog to try out new things...
Thank you... :-)

Rashmi said...

Hi Ramya, I tried out Rava Rotti and it was very delicious... Great.. I would try out your other recipes too...

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Jay said...

Wonderful blog. Lots of dishes to experiment and especially the akki rotti with rava. I have heard some people using cooked rice(anna) instead of curd to make the rotti softer. This web site was a good find and keep up the good work, Ramya.

Pankaj Kumar said...

Hi,
we had tried this dish. It was delicious. Also we had done experiment with Eggs. It was more delicious. Thanks for your invention. :)

Pavithra Reddy said...

Yummmy dish.....♥

Jubailsrini said...

Ramya, item looks inviting. One question, whether the Rava is to be used 'hasi' or whether it need to be dry roasted before making the dough?
Am planning to try this one for tomorrow's breakfast. Thanks