Ragi Mudde Rotti

Final post (I hope so..) for 'Challenge' event. Have you ever had left over mudde at home? just knead it with extra ragi flour to make a stiff dough and make them into chapathis on a non-stick paper and fry them on a hot girdle. Done!! Mudde Rotti is ready to eat. Caution!! Be gentle to the dough while rolling them. 
Ragi Mudde/ball making procedure can be found here.
If you do not have left over mudde, just add 1 extra cup of flour while making ragi mudde and you end up getting a stiff dough than soft spongy ball. Next procedure is to just knead to remove lumps and roll them on a non-stick paper. Have patience. It may take a while for the rotti to get baked as it is very soft.
Easy right! I had coconut chutney, tomato chutney and bittergourd palya to enjoy my mudde rotti.
Suggestion : Suits best for elderly people who don't have strong teeth and are bored eating Mudde. You can serve it with plain dal/curd too.
Suits best for diabetics. Mudde rotti and bittergourd palya is a good combination.

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Apple Pickles from Sowmya  of Cooking Station Blog
 Grilled Red Pepper and Tomato Soup from Cooking Station Blog
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Sorghum and Bajra flour rotti   (Procedure is same as mix flour and mix veggie akki rotti)   
       
Goes to Veda of Iyengar's Kitchen for her Challenge event

13 comments:

rekhas kitchen said...

wow perfect entries lakshmi looks so delicious

sowmya said...

lovely entries..
Am going to try the ragi mudde sometime..wanting to for a long time..

RAKS KITCHEN said...

You have somany entries for this event,its going to be a great hit mainly coz of u!

Happy cook said...

ALl of them look yumm.

YOSEE said...

The mudde rotti is somewhat similar to the ragi "adai" i sometimes make. It goes down better with youngsters at my place than plain mudde !

UjjU said...

oh Lakshmi! I'm gettin memories of us eatin Raagi muddhe with avarekayee huli back home. I miss that! Your rottis look yum. Try maadthini raagi sikkaaga. Congrats :) I'm glad that you liked the award. I made it specially for you. :)

TheKeyBunch said...

I love ragi in any form, will give this new idea a shot!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow healthy and yummy.

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Cham said...

Mudde turn into roti , hmm great way to create another dish with the leftover! All the entries re yummy

Smitha said...

Wow.. rotti super agide ri!
Nan favorite breakfast andre ragi rotti! Amma yavaga kelidru ragi rotti madamma antirtini!!

Vanamala said...

Lovely lg..nice idea...

Bhargavi said...

Always think of making this, but hesitate/scared to make mudde as not very good at making muddes :)

will definitely try this and let u know soon