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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Cabbage Rotti


1 cup White Rice

1 - 1.5 cups Rice flour/ Akki hudi

2 cups chopped Cabbage

Small piece of Ginger

1/4 - 1/2 cup grated Coconut

4-5 Green Chillies

8-10 Curry leaves

1 medium sized Onion

10-15 Coriander leaves

Salt to taste


Banana leaves / Aluminium foil / Wax paper


Soak white rice in water for about 3-4 hrs. Wash the soaked rice in water for about 2-3 times and keep it aside.

Chop the cabbage into small pieces as shown in the picture below.

Grind soaked rice, grated coconut, curry leaves, green chillies and ginger into medium smooth paste by adding very little amount of water. Add chopped cabbage and grind them together for few seconds.

Chop coriander leaves and onion into small pieces as shown in the picture below.

Put rice flour, salt to the ground batter and mix well. Add chopped onion and coriander leaves and mix them well. The consistency of the dough should be like that of regular akki rotti.

Take one aluminium foil, put 1 tsp of oil and spread it over the foil. Take handful of dough and pat it over the foil 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 aluminium foil and put 1 tsp ghee/oil over the rotti.

Cook other side of the rotti for about 1-2 min in medium/low flame. Serve hot along with any Chutney or Curry / Subji. The above mentioned ingredients will serve 10-12 Cabbage Rottis.


Ash said...

Hey this is totally cool & different .... never heard till date... I simply loved it..... I would let me mom know about it.... As she often prepares these rottis & stuff....Loved u for this prep.....

U would abscond for a long time & when u r back, u r always back with a gang! of preps....I know it's not funny.... ;-)


kamalabhoopathy said...

A healthy roti with vegetable, nice presentation.

Ramya said...

Wah, nice.Dear Veni,I make rotti out of Banana plant core stem (dindu).It also tastes nice.You may try if dindu is available to you there.

Krishnaveni said...

@ Ramya,

Yes, I know Bale dindu tastes great... but here I don't get Bale dindu...:(

Anitha said...

You have an excellent rotti recipe list. Especially the cabbage and sabudana rottis look great and yummy.

Thanks for this beautiful rotti recipes.


Anonymous said...

can u please tell me the recipe to make bale dindu rotti

Unknown said...

I tried cabbage rotti it came out very well . Everyone in the family liked the taste of the rotti. Thanks for sharing the recipe