Thick Rava Crispy Rottis

Author of the Recipe : shwetha shenoy

recipe by my granny

Ingredients :

Thick Rava ( thoru rulavu ) – 2 cup
Wheat flour – 2 cup
Green chillies – 7 to 8 ( Finely chopped )
Red chilly powder – 2 tbsp
Curry leaves – ½ cup ( Finely chopped )
Grated coconut – 2 tbsp
Mustard seeds – 1 tsp
Asafoetida – 1tsp ( diluted in 1 ½ tsp water )
Salt – To taste
Oil – 2 cup + 1 tsp

Method :

In a mixing bowl , add green chilly pieces + red chilly powder + salt + chopped curry leaves + grated coconut + Diluted asafoetida . Smash and mix evenly . Then , add thick rava and wheat flour. Meanwhile , in a seasoning laddle , add 1 tsp oil and mustard seeds. When it begins to crackle , add the seasoning to the mixing bowl which contains thick rava, wheat flour and other ingredients . Mix them and prepare a dough ( like poori dough ) by adding water as required . Make lemon sized balls of the prepared dough . Then prepare rottis ( poori ) from the dough balls.
In a deep bottomed kadai , heat oil . Finally , deep fry the rottis.
Serve as snack with tea or coffee .




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