RICE FLOUR COCONUT ROTI+FRIED ONION SAMBOL


This is a soft roti made with rice flour and

coconut.

This is like the Srilankan’ Pol roti ‘which I have

posted earlier . ( with all purpose flour and

coconut). The only difference is the addition of

hot water. Both rotis contain their uniqueness

in taste ,but this has a softer texture .

To this I innovated a ‘ fried onion katta sambol’

which was a wonderful match for the roti.

I will be sharing both recipes

So let’s go to the roti recipe first

INGREDIENTS

200 gm rice flour ( slightly roasted for 5

minutes)

1/2 of a coconut grated

Salt to taste

1 tblsp oil

Boiling hot water

METHOD

Mix in the oil and salt to the flour . Pour hot

water till the dryness of the flour is not seen .

Allow to cool add coconut and knead to a fine

dough ( 5 minutes).

Roll it on a floured / oiled board ( cut into

uniform circles if you like).

Heat a griddle ( normal one is best for this ) .

If your using a non stick no need to apply oil .

Smear oil lightly on the tawa .

Once hot cook rotis one by one on both sides.

Serve with onion sambol

Now to the recipe for fried onion sambol

INGREDIENTS

3-4 sliced onions

7-8 red chillies

Few curry leaves

4-5 peppercorns

Juice if 1 lime

1/2 -1 tsp sugar

1 tsp oil

Salt to taste

METHOD

Heat oil , add sliced onions , curry leaves with

salt and sauté till onion turns light brown .

Powder the chillies in a mixer coarsely, and

add the rest of the ingredients.

Pulse the mixer for 1-2 seconds to get a coarse

mixture . Serve with rotis!

Variations: 1.You could add onions and green chillies to the rice flour.

2.Adding moringa leaves with onion and green

chillies is another variation.

So do try these recipes and post in your valued

comments and suggestions!

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