This is a traditional Indian flatbread from Punjabi Cuisine. It is made with corn meal and is served as an accompaniment with sarson ka saag (mustard greens).
Makki ka ata ...... 1 cup
Wheat flour .......... 3-4 tbsp
Oil / ghee ............. 1 tbsp ( I like to add a little mustard oil too)
Ajwain / carom seeds ....... 1/2 tsp
Salt ....... to taste
Warm water .... to knead
1. Mix the 2 flours, salt, oil and ajwain. Knead the dough using warm water. Set aside.
2. Make rotis sprinkling a little flour. You can also roll between the plastic sheets.
3. Roast them on a griddle. Smear with ghee.
These rotis are usually served with Sarson ka saag.
See the recipe video
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Hi Neha, I am Shobha.. not Nithu.Delete
Thanks for liking my blog. Will surely visit urs too
HEY Shobha....Sorry for writing the wrong name....Thnx for liking my blog...ReplyDelete
flavourful delicious looking rotiReplyDelete
Hummm ! That dash of mustard oil speaks some thing, I must try your recipe. Yesterday I saw a ready to eat Sarosho ka sag pack being sold at Haldiram. So one major head ache is over ( for eating off season ) Of course the canned ones available from a Himachal company and others are awesome!..
Next time you get fresh Sarsho ka sag , try sarso-palak - bathua sag mutton, a departure from the traditional ones.
Have a nice week
Thanks for sharing the info of Haldiram.. I have tried with bathua too but that one is seasonal here. When I don't get I use palakDelete
Thats a very healthy and delicious looking roti Shobha...ReplyDelete
Healthy and delicious looking roti dear...ReplyDelete
Love these rotis....they look so goodReplyDelete
Super authentic rotis shobha!!ReplyDelete
Yes dear.. ThanksDelete
Wow! this looks absolutely delicious and flavorful roti....ReplyDelete
Try them DivyaDelete
Makki di roti te sarshon da saag..waah it looks superb...lov it...:)ReplyDelete
Yes, a perfect combo..Delete
Never tried rotis with corn.. sounds and looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Do try themDelete
Yummy and healthy .. looks good.ReplyDelete
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Authentic recipe..healthy and yum rotiReplyDelete
Very healthy and yummy rotti, thank you for sending it to Iftar Moments :)ReplyDelete
Healthy & yummy...This authentic recipe is perfect with sarson ka saag!!!ReplyDelete
Love it anytime :)ReplyDelete
Thank you PriyaDelete
Love this authentic combo!! Thanks for linking it to my event.. Looking forward for more yummy recipes!!ReplyDelete
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