Rotis and parathas are always enjoyable for breakfast or brunch. Try out these Sabudana rotis for a change. You cam also add some grated vegetables of your choice along with onion, chillies and coriander leaves. You can also add some greens if you have..
Sago .... 1/2 cup
Maida or wheat flour ... 1/2 cup
Potato .. 1 (boiled and mashed)
Carrot ... 2-3 tbsps (grated) - optional
Onion .... 1 ( finely chopped)
Green chillies ... 1-2
Coriander leaves .. handful
Salt ............. to taste
Oil or ghee
1. Soak the sago with enough water ( little above the sago level) for 2-3 hours.
2. Mix all the ingredients except oil.
3. Knead carefully adding a little water or curd/yogurt.
4. Roll out the rotis and roast them on a tawa/griddle. Turn the rotis very carefully. Add a spoonful of ghee while roasting.
Serve hot with any sabzi/chutney/curd/pickle.
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very new roti...love it and bookmarked it...ReplyDelete
Yes, even I made it for the first time.Loved it.Delete
wow new i have never made this though love sagoReplyDelete
i bet it wud taste yummy with curd
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It must be delicious..ReplyDelete
Yes Ramesh ji .. very tastyDelete
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So innovative roti dear... Where have u been all these days...ReplyDelete
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Very nice rotis... Looks invitingReplyDelete
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woww.. this is something new.. bookmarked :)ReplyDelete
Yes Hima bindu.. must try themDelete
looks very tempting..ReplyDelete
Never tried rotis with sago, beautifully done.ReplyDelete
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Very inviting roti, me too got a huge packet of sadudana last week, will try it out!!!ReplyDelete
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Sure Sangeetha.. make and enjoyDelete
Nice idea. It would have tasted delicious.ReplyDelete
Yes Anu.. so niceDelete
OMG!!! Looks soooo....good!!!ReplyDelete
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Quiet new to me !!!! Very interesting and healthy one !!!ReplyDelete
Yes Sravs.. do try them sometimeDelete
Looks yummy..new recipe..ReplyDelete
This is really interesting,beautifully made.ReplyDelete
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we used to make this one back home.lovely rotisReplyDelete
Looks delicious..perfectly done.ReplyDelete
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totally new to me.. looks interesting..ReplyDelete
Yes PT.. give it a try ..Delete
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wow!! just what you need during the festive season, with all the fasting! But Sobha, doesnt the rote crack up when you turn it on the tawa? It seems to fragile :-) ... and yummy!!ReplyDelete
No Dear.. it has some wheat flour which binds it.Delete
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I like it
delicious Parathas. Love the stuffing.....
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