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Friday, June 29, 2012

Chiroti Rava/Sajjige/ Semolina Rotti

 An Exquisite Euphony of Melodious Song Wafted Through the  Wind and Wrapped my Ears, the Soft Twitter of a Bird seemed so Musical and  felt  like the Rain Drops danced Rhythmically to the tune..The leaves and the  Branches Banged with each other in order to  create a Musical Ambiance.... In This  Elated and Excited Atmosphere,I got carried away and kept my Mind Afloat in a Magical Music World  ,came to my senses only when my husband said " I am Running late,Is Breakfast Ready"??


I wanted something which gets done in a Winking Time and Tastes like an Idyllic Dish...The recipe which came to my Rescue was 'Rava Roti or Sooji Roti' -The one which I watched in one of the Cookery Shows......


Rava/Semolina/Sajjige Rotti

Ingredients:
1)1 Cup  Semolina/chiroti Rava/Fine Rava 
2) 3/4th cup water
3)salt to taste


Method:
1)Take a pan,add semolina and dry roast for about 1 minute.
2)Add water and stir until lump like mixture forms(takes 1 minute)

3)Take the mixture in a vessel knead well and form a dough (like a chapathi/roti dough) using little water.The mixture should be made into dough immediately before its gets cooled.
                                        4)Make  small balls and roll them like a chapathi 




5)Keep Roti tava on a meduim heat, with a small piece of cloth(or paper towel) dab on either side and bake them   (no oil is required)
6)It should Puff like a Phulka or chapathi..Cut the flame when all the Rotti's are done.....Serve hot with any of your favorite sabji...




Chiroti Rava/Sajjige/Semolina Roti is Ready..




Badnekay Ennegayi makes an  Ideal side dish for this roti...


Refer my Badnekayi Ennegayi  Palya (Stuffed Brinjal) recipe here:
http://www.myvegdishes.com/2009/12/stuffed-brinjalegg-plantennegayi-palya.html

18 comments:

  1. Fantastic..love to eat this with dry curry.

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  2. That's really a quick idea.. Looks like wheat roti :)
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  5. gr8 recipe,,never tried or thought of making semolina rooti..book marked..will try this soon..

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  6. greate dish and awesome.will try this rotti.

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  7. Wow semolina rottis,they came out prefect.

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  8. Never knew we can make a rava roti, this is very new and interesting.

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  9. wow...never heard of this roti..Easy n yummy..will try it soon:)

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  10. Hello ramya. thanks for the visit. sooji roti even i have never heard of. though i know rice flour roti. this looks good

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  13. Hello ramya. thanks for the visit to my space :). I have never heard of sooji roti's, wow looks nice!

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  14. Never thot that we can make rotis out of Suji, Will surely try this. Thanks for sharing it with us :)

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  15. It seem to yummy I like to eat rice chapati with pickle and 2 spicy chilli. If i got this I don't wont any dish in front of me. This one seems to unique definitely would going to try this.

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