If you are a mommy, you must be looking out ways to feed veggies somehow to your little one. Touchwood, my kiddo eats most veggies however spits out coriander. He loves akki roti, his version of chapathi it is. So, I just tried to add coriander to his favourite. And guess what, it worked!!! Its an interesting way to teach colors too 🙂
For those of you unfamiliar with what akki roti is, its nothing but a roti made with rice flour. Extremely yummy I would say. Also brings back fond memories of my childhood when my mom used to make it frequently on Sundays along with an equally tasty potato saagu.
If you are done with reading my story, then lets move on to the recipe 🙂
Raw Rice Flour – 1 cup
Coriander leaves – 1/2 cup
Green Chilli – 1
Salt – to taste
Oil – 2 tsp
Ghee – as required
Water – 1.5-2 cups
1.Boil 1.5 cups of water along with salt.
2. Add rice flour to water and keep stirring till it mixes well.
3. Cook on low flame for 10 minutes. Switch off and allow to cool.
4. Grind coriander leaves and chilli to a fine paste.
5. Add the above paste to the rice flour mixture. Mix both well and break lumps if any.
6. Add some oil while kneading to make a smooth dough. Add water if necessary.
7. Make small balls out of the dough.
8. Apply aome oil over a plastic sheet and press the balls to rotis using a poori presser.
9. Heat a tava and roast the rotis with ghee till golden brown spots appear on both sides.
10. Serve with any chutney of your choice.
– The amount of water depends on the quality of flour used.
– The dough should be smooth and pliable. It should not be dry.
– You can also add vegetable purees to the dough.
– Add extra flour/water depending on your dough consistency.
– Peanut chutney/Potato Saagu is the best accompaniment. However, you can serve with any chutney of your choice. I served it with honey and it tasted awesome.