Monday, September 7, 2009

Kusubalakki Rotti (Boiled rice rotti)









INGREDIENTS:

Boiled rice (Kusubalakki) 1 cup

Long grain rice ¼ th cup

Red Onion 1 finely chopped

Green chilies 2 finely chopped

Ginger 1 inch finely chopped

Curry leaves 1 strand finely chopped

Coriander leaves few

Grated coconut 1 tblsp

Salt to taste











METHOD:

1) Wash and Soak boiled rice and long grain rice together in 3 cups of water overnight.


2) Grind the soaked rice to smooth paste adding little water at a time. The batter has to be thick.


3) Add all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well.


4) Heat the tava, When it is hot add a handful of the batter and spread it with your fingers. Brush some oil on top if required. Cover the lid and cook for 3 mins on medium flame.


5) Turn over and cook the other side for another 3 mins.


6) Serve with chutney or just ghee and pickle.

20 comments:

Renu said...

this is a new recipe to me...sounds very interesting...

Pavithra said...

Wow that nice one name is so different .. Looks so yummy and will definitely try out pavi.

Pari said...

Hi Pavithra. This is a nice recipe I love the red boiled rice, I guess we call it Kerala rice.makes a good breakfast item.

Sush said...

lovely rotti

Suparna said...

Hi Pavithra,
The rottis look yumm. well presented dear, khara chutneywould be a great accompaniment :) actually even chutney pudi and ghee with hot piping rottis ...yumm

Chitra said...

Looks authentic , nice :)

Happy cook said...

Wow this is one healthy good looking delicous roti.

Hari Chandana said...

WOW.... roti looks very tempting.. mouth watering click.. Awesome job!!

Srivalli said...

wow..I have never made with this rice...thanks for sharing!

Vani said...

A different kind of akki rotti. Sounds delicious, Pavithra!

Smitha said...

Boiled rice rotti sounds interesting.. Kusubala akki alva boiled rice andre? Yavattu ee thara rotti try madilla.. should give it a shot

Parita said...

Healthy and a different one!

Uma said...

new recipe to me too! looks absolutely delicious and tempting.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

new recipe - looks yum!

Cham said...

Sounds very interesting ur roti.

Archy said...

wow,rotti with kuchalakki looks so gud!! Love it..

homecooked said...

Looks yummy and nutritious!

forkbootsandapalette said...

this is really really interesting....so nutritious too

K said...

wow, kucchilakki rotti. My hubby is a big fan of this.
Where are you? Long time no post from you. Waiting for another delicacy. Come soon:)

Red Chillies said...

It has been ages since I had and tasted Kusubalakki. Looks good