Sunday, July 26, 2009

BISCUIT ROTI

Biscuit roti are nothing but its a puri which can be had as it is without any dip. This is also one of the recipe prepared by my mom when she visited here. Its very delicious and a good combo along with tea. Its basically a recipe from mangalore. My sisterinlaw is from here and she makes them most of the weekends. Inspired by her, my mom thaught me this delightful snack. Do try them guys its dam good.


INGREDIENTS.

1 Cup Wheat flour.

1/2 Cup Rava.

2 Green chillies.

2 Strings of Chopped Curry leaves.

Small piece of Ginger.

1 tsp Oil.

Salt to taste.

Oil for deep fry.

Water as per needed to make dough.


METHOD.

In a blender grind green chilli, ginger into fine paste using water.

In a mixing bowl, mix wheat flour, rava, the fine greenchilli ginger paste, curry leaves and salt. Make a dough using water as per needed. Allow to rest for a while.


Meanwhile heat oil to deep fry. Divide the dough into equal sized small balls and flatten it pressing into the extra flour. Roll it out into 4 to 5 inches round. Repeat the same process with rest of the dough. When oil is hot enough, deep fry the puries. It should take only a few second. Immediately flip it on to other side. Remove when its puff up both the side. Remove the excess oil using kitchen napkins. Serve hot.


Enjoy!!

18 comments:

Divya Kudua said...

Hey Suma..this is a quick and easy recipe for Biscuit Roti..my ma-in-law makes it in a different way-she makes some dry-bhaji kind of masala and stuffs the roti with it then deep fries it..:)Any which way,I am sure it would taste delicious:)

shanthi said...

This is easy and sounds nice also.

Aparna Prabhu said...

Suma my mom makes it in a different way though she is from mlore she does a bhaji of urad dal with curry leaves red nd green chillies..........this is a kinda diff myt be this tastes gr8 too.
Nd in mlore Balli's(Bajji shop) Biscuit roti is gr8. :)

ARUNA said...

hey Suma, this looks so fluffy n moist.....its all tempting!!!!! Loved the clicks too!

Parita said...

Oh these puris will be sooo tasty by themselves, would love have them as snacks too!

Poornima Nair said...

These would make a wonderful snack. Great recipe.

meeso said...

Nice, I could eat those alone any time!

Suma Rajesh said...

thanks everyone..

Curry Leaf said...

Wow,Lovely.I make it this way only.Looks perfect

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow...that sounds yum....

Bergamot said...

the puris look just great.. i like the small specs of green on them...

Gita said...

Wow...they look delicious...looks so soft and fluffy :)

raaji said...

gr8 evening snack..so fluffy.

Jaishree said...

Wow..the puris looks great.looks so soft and fluffy..wonderful snack!

DEESHA said...

never heard of biscuit roti .. this one looks really tempting suma

Uma said...

looks so yummy and crunchy Suma!

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sangi said...

Never tried before.....
pic is soooo tempting !!!
i have to try it soon...tnx a lot for sharing dear...

kitchen queen said...

wow ur biscuit roti looks tempting and delicious.You can visit my blog view my recipes and give ur comments