1/2 cups Bajra/Pearl Millet flour, 1/2 cup finely chopped Onions, 2 tsp Green chilli paste, 1/4 cup roasted Groundnuts, coarsely ground, 1 tbsp white Sesame seeds 2 tbsp chopped Coriander, 8-10 Curry leaves, finely chopped, Salt to taste Oil, to fry, Warm water to mix
Method: Take bajra flour in wide bowl and add chopped onions,green chilli paste,coriander,coarsely ground groundnut powdet,sesame seeds,chopped curry leaves and mix well until the mixture is completely moistened by the water from onions. Now add some warm(to medium heat) water and mix well until you get the dough similar to the Akki Rotti dough and rest the dough for 10-15 mins.You can even use it immediate if required. Take a handful of dough and make it into round balls of Orange size. Smear the Rotti tawa(Non-stick/normal dosa pan) with little bit of oil all over the tawa and place the rotti dough in center and press it gently with hands and spread into a thin layer by rotating the pan and by immersing the hand in a bowl of water in betweenwhich helps in patting the dough evenly and smoothly on the tawa. Make it as thin as possible.do not bother if small gaps are there,that makes the rotti even crispier. You can even pat this rotti on a greased polythene sheet(or banana leaf) and transfer it to the hot pan and fry it.I have used a greased plastic sheet here and transferred the patted roti on to the hot tawa and roasted it.
Pour little oil over it and cover it with a lid and place it on fire on medium flame.Let it cook for 2 mins.Keep an eye on it to check whether it is done or not.Once you see the red patches started forming increase the flame and cook it.Try to rotate the tawa inorder to get an evenly roasted rotti. No need to turn it on the other side.
Serve this along with Calorie King Lemon Spread
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