Chutney Rotti

Got some left over pudina& coriander chutney at home? Easy peasy..just add rice flour and salt to left over chutney and mix well to make a soft dough. Pat them on a non-stick paper. Smear little oil on the paper and then pat them into thick round circles and transfer the rotti with paper to hot tava with rotti side facing the tava. Peel off the paper. Fry on both sides till it is red. Chutney rotti is ready. :)

29 comments:

Cham said...

I think u have tons of ideas to turn all leftover! Totally another new recipe in a jiffy! Thanks 2 share :)

SPICE OF LIFE said...

love this one ... we make it with wheat flour sometimes ...

Illatharasi said...

Thats a cool one... will try it soon:)

Srikitchen said...

u r rocking with roti recipes!

Raks said...

Nice Idea!!

Dibs said...

what fun! Nice one!

Unknown said...

This is very very very new to me. Will try this. I have left over chutney !!q

Chitra Amma's Kitchen said...

Thank you for trying Aval dosai.Very happy to know that you have succeeded in the very first attempt.I took a long time to get the right texture.Your site is very good and I enjoy the Karnataka recipes.All the best.

lubnakarim06 said...

Wow this looks gr8 and gr8 use of leftover chutney.

notyet100 said...

easy recipe,..looks so yum,./.

Lakshmi said...

@ Chitra Amma, I will post it soon. I was impressed with the aroma and taste. It took 18hrs+ to ferment as I used sweet curds rather than sour ones which I did not have. But consistency of batter etc was no issue at all. Totally perfect :)

Deepthi Shankar said...

wow .. cool i had never had this idea ... nice way to make some soicy rottis

Unknown said...

good one...great idea!!

Anonymous said...

Nice Lakshmi! :)

Kannada Cuisine said...

Never thought of this to finish chutney!
Idanantu try madlebeku ri... Fridge nalli hegu swalpa chutney antu ide.. Try madtini!

anudivya said...

YEah I love chutney roti too, posted it myself last month on my blog. Such an efficient way to use up leftovers...

Finla said...

I must agree this is a real easy peacy recipe :-)

Madhavi said...

Lovely idea, yummmmm rotii!!!

Unknown said...

Good idea...looks yum :)

Indian Khana said...

Easy phesy..indeed it is :)...gud one :)

Anonymous said...

naanu arathi dubai ninda !
chatnney rotti idea chennagide,haagene averekaalu rotti, kaayi holige recepies thumba ishta aayitu.
ghee rice +gravy recepi saadhyavadare pl post maadi.thanks for sharing n keep up the good work

Unknown said...

is this roti week???luv the recipe...

ST said...

Gr8 idea...Nice use of leftover chutney.looks awesome.....

Unknown said...

I would prefer wheat flour to rice flour..Great idea to use up the leftovers..

Lakshmi said...

@ Divya,
I had seen your chutney parantha. I did not remember the blog name. It is an efficient way to use left over chutney.

@ Aarthi,
tumba dhanyavadagalu ri nimma commentge. Ghee Rice mathe kurma recipe haakthini. Aadre yavaga antha gottilla. Neevu blog subscribe madidre updates barutha iruthe check madi :). Keep Visiting TOM and thanks for coming by.

Ramyabala,
ahahahaa..not really but I was wondering why none asked this question..and you did it! :P

DivyaVikram,
ya, wheatflour also goes equally well. Akki rotti tastes good because coconut used in chutney gives a very good taste to rotti.

Sunshinemom said...

I generally make pulao out of chutney when it is left for sometime in the fridge, or gatte ki subzi! Thanks for this idea, and sending it to FIC:)

Savi-Ruchi said...

tumba chennagide idea..
naanu pudina chutney mikre pulav(pudina pulav) madthane..,
peas pudina pulav recipe hakiddene, time adaga nodi.
matte.., i tried this chutney rotti today, it turned out good :)

Priya said...

saw ur blog a couple of weeks ago. thumba chennagide. akki rotti madodra bagge ondu prashne: rotti thattokke enu use maadthira? bengaluralladre newspaper illa cover enadru use maadthide..illi US nalle newspaper use maadidre rotti thintha news od bahudu..doesnt seem healthy
Neevu en use maadthira?
TIA
Priya

Lakshmi said...

Hi Priya,

You an use non stiy paper to make rotti. Sorry for spelling mistakes as my key board dont have a letter that omes after B :)