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Chawal ki Roti | Leftover Magic

Chawal ki Roti | Leftover Magic

I have made something gud after a while (exactly after the gobi paratha :-)). I was totally busy with work including on weekends :-(....no rest for long time now feeling so tried and looking forward to the weekend which going to hectic again I know. Coming back to the post, y'day night I have made Chawal ki roti. Preparation is very simple and result is tasty paratas.  The recipe is call Chawal ki Roti cause it made with rice and flour. It's a Rajastani recipe and generally the roti is made with leftover rice. Here is the recipe goes...



Ingredients:

Leftover Cooked Rice - 1 Cup
Wheat Flour/Atta - 2 Cups
Redchilli powder - 1tps
Tumeric powder - 1/4 tps
Cumin Powder - 1/2 tsp [optional]
Salt to taste
Oil/ghee/butter - to make parathas
Water - to make dough


Procedure:

1. Make dough of leftover rice, atta, chilli, turmeric, cumin powders & salt. While mixing the dough add only little water. The best way to prepare the dough is to mix all the ingredients except water well and then add water in little quantities.  If added too much water then the dough will be very sticky.


2. Divide the dough into equals portion and roll like roti. The difficult part is to roll the roti as it tends to break while rolling, for which we need to keep dusting the roti with flour.
If the roti keep breaking or difficult to roll then add atta to make the dough firm. I know it's not coming near to circle but then that's okie, am not focusing on the shape.

3.In hot tawa cook the paratha both sides until golden brown and apply oil/ghee/butter.

Tasty chawal ki roti is ready to server.  You can have with any side dish.  The best way to use leftover rice.




11 comments:

  1. Nice try priti... Very nice one... Again send this to Srivalli's event...:)

    I have posted a stuffed rice roti in my blog too...:) only thing that i stuffed the spicy rice mix inside the roti... like how we make gobi paratha..:)

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  2. My bad...:) I cudnt see the last line.. of ur post..:D Sorry...:)

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  3. looks yummy..nd tasty,..thanks for sharin new one for me,..

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  4. Good one Priti! Knew it for the first time, will try this:)

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  5. Just wanted to let you know that I have added you to my blogroll:)

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  6. Thanks everyone for your support. Shubha thanks...I did send the entry for Roti Mela.

    Priyanka yes you can try this..it will be really tasty and different. My nephew was first reluctant to eat theRoti but after he ate it he asked me when am making it again :-)

    Hi Illtharasi...Do ppl call you Arasi..or anything else? N thanks for adding me in ur blogroll ( I need to find now whats blogroll :-))

    After all you guys try this ..let me know how did it tasted :-)

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  7. Subha, I have checked your blog...the stuffed rice roti looks so yummy...a must try I guess and also the Raw Banana Roti..never heard of it before..Will try that too...

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  8. Hey roti looks great, very nice recipe !!!

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  9. //Hi Illtharasi...Do ppl call you Arasi..or anything else? //

    I just saw this..... uuuuuaaaaaa....

    Funny!!!!

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  10. Ok! great its completely different... looking good. Would try it in this way next time.. :)

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  11. Badiya he.... a very nice way to use left over rice :)

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