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Friday, October 24, 2008

Kharada Rotti / Kavalige Rotti

2 cups Boiled Rice/Brown Rice/ Kucchulakki
1/2 cup White Rice
1/2 - 1 cup Rice flour (Optional)
8 - 10 Red Chillies
1 cup grated Coconut
1/2 inch sized Ginger
4 - 5 strands Curry leaves
2 medium sized Onion
Salt to taste
Banana leaves / Aluminium foil / Wax Paper

Soak white rice and boiled rice together in water for about 5-6 hrs. Grind soaked rice along with grated coconut, salt, curry leaves, ginger and red chillies into smooth thick dough by adding little amount of water. If water content is in excess add rice flour and mix.
Chop the onions into small pieces and add it to the dough. Mix well and keep it aside. Take one banana leaf/ aluminium foil (For aluminium foil: put 1 tsp of oil and spread it over the foil). Take handful of dough and spread it over the banana leaf evenly as shown in the picture below. Heat the Tava(Iron Tava preferred) put the rotti upside down as shown in the picture below. Cook it for a minute by covering the lid. Remove the banana leaf and spread 1-2 tsp ghee/oil over the rotti and cook other side of the rotti for about 1-2 min in medium/low flame.

Serve hot along with Avil / Badanekai Ennegayi or any kind of sambar. The above mentioned ingredients will serve 15 Rottis.


Ragu Kattinakere said...

can you by plantain leaves in CA?

Krishnaveni said...

Hi Ragu,

I haven't seen plantain leaves in CA. Instead you can use aluminium foil as mentioned in the blog :-) I prepared this recipe during my recent visit to India.

Anonymous said...

wonderful blog, first time here, u have such a traditiional and authentic recipes, why can;t you register "Taste of India" one stop for all bloggers dishes, u get many visitors

from today i am regular visitor to this blog


Krishnaveni said...

Hi Jyothi,
Thanks for ur comments..:-)
Yeah I have already registered in Taste of India.

Vani said...

Veni, Here we have to add rice flour only if water content is excess or else NO???

Krishnaveni said...


Yes, if water content is more, add rice flour accordingly.