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January 31, 2011

RAVA ROTI / SOOJI ROTI - EASY BREAKFAST RECIPES

I got this recipe from a website. I usually make dosa & upma with rava. I found this one very easy & can be made in jiffy.Tasted so good. Do try this.I am sure u’ll like it.

rawa roti 1

INGREDIENTS 
  • Semolina/Rava / Sooji -  1 cup
  • Sour Curd – 1/4 cup ( OR 1/2 cup of buttermilk)
  • Big onion – 1 no (Finely chopped )
  • Green chilly – 1-2 no (-do-)
  • Ginger – 1 inch piece (-do-)
  • Curry leaves – a few (-do-)
  • Coriander leaves – Few (-do-)
  • Salt & water – As needed.
METHOD :
  • Mix all the ingredients given above in a bowl. Add water to make the batter slightly thicker than idly batter.
  • Now in a dosa tawa , pour the batter & spread it with ur hands or spatula. ( if u find difficult to spread , add more water.)
  • Drizzle little oil around it.Cover & cook for sometime.
  • Flip it & cook for some more time.
Enjoy with the chutney of ur choice..

For variations u can also use sour buttermilk instead of curd & water ..


KITCHEN CLINIC 



SEMOLINA :
Semolina is the coarse, purified wheat middlings of durum wheat used in making pasta, and also used for breakfast cereals and puddings.

Nutrition and Calories in Semolina

Water content (grams per 100g) 12.67
Calorie content of Food (kcals per 100g/3.5oz) 360
Protein content (grams per 100g) 12.68
Fat content (lipids) (grams per 100g) 1.05
Ash content (grams per 100g) 0.77
Carbohydrate content (grams per 100g) 72.83
Dietary Fiber content (grams per 100g) 3.9
Sugar content (grams per 100g) N/A.
This contains very low Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. It is a good source of Thiamin and Folate, and a very good source of Selenium.

24 comments:

  1. I have tried this too...and luv it everytime. Urs look very temtping too. Check out mine when u find time:http://www.sharmispassions.com/2010/01/wheat-soojirava-roti.html

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  2. Wow looks so tempting,will try out soon!

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  3. Sooji roti looks great & inviting..

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  4. This is my fav..Mom usually makes it for the eve we all all love it..;)

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  5. wow....
    looks delicious and easy to prepare.
    new template looks gr8 :)

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  6. nice to see u after a long time with interesting and new recipe.Nice outlook of the blog too.Love the header

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  7. healthy breakfast
    thanks for stopping here u have lovely space .hope in future also

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  8. Nice template...Wonderful and useful post on semolina...Roti luks pretty

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  9. good one ! ur blog makeover looks nice !

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  10. hi thanks for stopping by my blog and giving a nice comment.you too have a nice blog.the rava roti looks very tempting and delicious.

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  11. Nice template..
    Love this rotti... crunchy and yummy.

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  12. yummy...that looks and sounds so good!

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  13. Such a healthy and yummy roti! Will try this some time....

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  14. Looks very inviting. A good variation from the usual upma

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  15. Template looks simple and pleasing. Roti looks crispy,bookmarked it.

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  16. a thick version of rava dosa looks nice!

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  17. my mom is an expert at dis.. she uses sour buttermilk instead of water for preparing the batter....which gives a wonderful taste..........

    love ur blog thanx
    even i can cook:P

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  18. We can add finely chopped veggies like carrot, cabbage, beet and of-course your choices - Anand

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