Heres an very healthy rotte for people who dsn't take vegetables and nutritious flours when prepared separately, even kids can enjoy this (but make sure you are not doing it spicy for kids)


INGREDIENTS:  Roasted (or) Raw Groundnuts / peanuts, Rice flour / biyyapindi, Jonna pindi / millet flour, Sajja pindi / milo flour, Ragipindi / finger millet flour, Green chilly paste, Salt, Coriander, Curry leaves, Spinach / palakura, Thotakura / Amarnath leaves, Onions, Carrot, Red and cream Cabbage, Jilakara (cumin seeds), Oil, Plastic cover



PREPARATION:






  • Chop onions, thotakura, palakura, cabbage, coriander, curry leaves and grate carrot

  • Grind 1 full cup of groundnuts into fine powder in a mixy jar

  • Now take a big bowl, add 1cup of plain flour, 1 cup of milo flour, 1 cup of millet flour, 1 cup of finger millet flour each

  • Add cumin seeds, grinded groundnuts powder, green chilly paste, salt, chopped onions, palakura, thotakura, cabbage, curry leaves, coriander, grated carrot and salt

  • Mix well all the ingredients like an fine dough using water

  • Now take a plastic cover, grease oil on the cover, place some mixed dough on it and press it thinly (like rottis, chapathis) using your fingers if not you can place one more cover on it and press it using chapathi maker stick for ease

  • Place tawa on flame, apply oil, keep rotti with cover itself on pan, after a minute, remove cover slowly, roast it on both sides by applying oil

  • Serve it using curd (or) butter (or) pickles




Cover used should be such that it does not take flame, for example outer packs of cigerette covers available in provisional shops, (or) silver colour coated shiny paper plates of normal dosa size can be used to make





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