Chiroti Rave Rotti Type 2

There are many ways of making rotti with the same ingredient. You can see chiroti rave rotti type 1 on Taste of Mysore here. Type 2 was learnt from Sushma's blog Savi-Ruchi. Everything in the recipe remains same except the addition of curds. I have omitted curds to suit my taste. Rotti is excellent on it's own or with little pickle. Try it sometime to believe it.


Chiroti Rave (fine rava) : 2 cups
Akki Hittu/Rice Flour: 1/4 cup
Anna/Cooked Rice: approx a fistfull (ondu hidi)
Jeerige/Cumin : 1tsp
Hasirumenasikayi chutney/Green Chilli Paste : 1tsp
Turida Carrot/ grated carrot : 2 -3 tbsp (add, if available at home)
Sannage hechida eerulli/finely chopped onion : 1 (medium size)
Kottambari soppu/ finely chopped coriander : 1 tbsp
Karibevu soppu/finely chopped cuirry leaf : 1/2 tsp
Turida tengina kayi/ grated coconut : 1tbsp
Salt : as required/ruchige takkastu

Method :
1.Knead cooked rice to fine paste or just run in summet mixer for 30 sec . Scoop out and mix with rest of the ingredients. Mix well with required quantity of water to make soft dough. Dough is softer than chapathi dough.
2. Take a non-stick paper and cut it in desired shape to suit the size of the pan you use to fry rotti.
3. Oil the surface of the paper. Take a orange sized dough and pat it down to make thin and round circle
4. Transfer the paper with the rotti over hot tava such that the rotti should face the tava. Leave the paper for 30 seconds. Slowly pull the paper out.
5. Once rotti is done on one side, flip it over and fry it on the other side. Remove and serve hot.
6. If you add correct amount of chilli paste rotti is delicious on its own. You can serve it with any chutney of your choice.

Here is a rotti for you striaght from our pan to your plate......





34 comments:

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy recipe...happy new year

Prathibha said...

yummy rotti...never added cooked rice to the rotti,but heard and saw abt it so many times..one confusion...u added curds or not to this??

Priya said...

Never added cooked rice, sounds delicious, will try out soon..

Tina said...

yummy and delicious rotti...

shanthi said...

Yummy roti and adding cooked rice is different

Asha said...

Perfect looking rotti, wish I can have one of those this morning. But don't feel like cooking anymore!

Thank you so much for wishing me peace, need that badly even now. Hugs to you LG. Wish you the best in life and have a great time there! :)

SE said...

this is one good and healthy..we call it thalipeeth..

Mangala Bhat said...

nice one .will try this soon! Thanks for sharing!

Sunshinemom said...

I was ticking of all the ingredients and found that everything is available! This is my breakfast tomorrow:).

Happy New Year!

notyet100 said...

ummm this looks perfect for the breakfast,,,,i dont have chiroti rava will buy it soon and try tis one,...

sowmya.s said...

i got this ciroti rava from mustafa once, but did not really know what to make with it..am going to try this one..looks yumm..

Happy cook said...

Delciouis roti. Although i have never had this ,would love to have a taste of this delicous roti.

BangaloreBaker said...

Bisi bisi rotti tatti kottare, chennagi thinnabahudu. Sorry, my kannada typing is horrible. Looks great. My sister makes this because my brother in law is diabetic. She doesn't add any rice flour at all and it is actually very tasty. I was actually thinking what to make tonight for dinner with methi leaves and I think I am going to make menthya soppu rotti with rave.

Anu said...

Yummy recipe..

Madhu said...

Chiroti rave rotti.. looking tasty. Shall try this......

Cham said...

Hmm never made it but looks quiet filling one :)

kitchen queen said...

lovely rotti very tempting and inviting.

Springbird said...

This rotti recipe is new to me would like to try out soon.

Uma said...

ooh, yummy roti. looks soooo tempting :)

MR said...

this is a new one
good one

Smitha said...

Love rotti of all sorts... maja madi..

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lakshmi, nanu try madthene...
MAngala

YOSEE said...

Adding cooked rice paste sounds new to me. Will try out soon. Have tried only with curds.Thanx for the new recipe.

AshKuku said...

I loved it.... & kept gazing at it for quite sometime..... I reminisced my mom's preparation.... I miss that a lot.... I don't prepare it here... & don't want to either.... I just wanna taste those rottis, that mom prepares..... Why does the girl have to leave her home after wedding??? I envy my sis in-law being able to relish all these nice goodies.... I really do....

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

Rekha said...

sakath tastiyage kanutheri, Rave rotti is my all time fav, will try this version too.

Sush said...

Thanks for trying the rotti Lakshmi. I am happy that your family liked my version of rave rotti :)

Vani said...

Rave rotti looks excellent, LG!

Madhu said...

Nimagu Sankranthi Shubhashayagalu, Lakshmi.

notyet100 said...

hppy festival,.:-)

Asha said...

Update and post new one sistah! I keep coming here to check the next one! ;D

Busy? That's okay, take your time. I just read that Curry plants are banned in US because of some bugs or something. I was thinking of getting another one. Oh well...

Uma said...

Hey..lovely one..today's special at my place Chiroti Rave Rotti...Thank u very much..will upload the photo of it...Just that it didnt come in a round shape..:(

jayashree said...

I have tried Rava roti before , but without success.
But I knew your recipe would work. Adding cooked rice & rice flour to the Roti did the Trick !
Thanks for sharing such a good recipe.

LG said...

@ Uma and Jayashree,

Many thanks for showing confidence in my recipe and trying it out. Your comments encourage me to blog more.

RupaMohan said...

Rotti looks so flavorful.Mom used to make this...Thanks for the recipe..will try