Showing posts with label flat bread. Show all posts
Showing posts with label flat bread. Show all posts

Friday, September 28, 2012

Sugar Stuffed Flat Breads(ಸಕ್ಕರೆ ಚಪಾತಿ )

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
This one is nostalgic. I love these chapatis. It was very regular in my house. My mom used to make these a lot. Me and my brother were always happy to eat these rolls. 
Unfortunately, my kids don't like sweet. So this one remained only in my memories( Me too scared of having the whole sugar or powder more!) 
The other day I suddenly felt like having it and here it is :-)
What am I talking about? Sugar stuffed flat breads.. We call it "Sakre Chapati" in Kannada..

Ingredients:
Wheat flour - 1 cup
Salt a pinch
Water to make the dough ready

For Stuffing
Powdered sugar - 1 tbsp for each chapati
Ghee or Butter - 1 tsp for each chapati + 1 tsp for frying or roasting



Method:
  • Prepare the wheat flour dough by adding little by little water. The dough should be soft. 
  • Divide into equal lime size balls.
  • First Method:
  • Take one ball and roll into small circle(small puri size)
  • Take one more and repeat.
  • On one rolled puri, spread ghee or butter and on another spread the powdered sugar.
  • Keep the buttered one on the sugar stuffed puri and close it tight.
  • Slowly dust it with the flour and roll in to medium sized chapatis.
  • Keep the tawa on heat.
  • Roast it on both the sides and apply or drizzle ghee on it before removing it.
  • Repeat with remaining dough.
  • Second Method
  • Roll three small size puris.
  • Spread one tsp butter or ghee on first one.
  • Keep the other puri on it and close it.
  • Spread the sugar powder on it.
  • Close it tight with other puri.
  • Roll it(as shown in the photo)
  • and again roll it to give round shape.
  • Do it slowly.
  • Roll into medium size chapati and roast it.
  • Serve hot with spicy pickle or pack and take it while travelling.
  • Best breakfast for kids and me:-)


Linking this to Jagruti's event

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Friday, October 1, 2010

Magic of Sindhi Rasoi(Food Remake)

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
Last week again I wanted to wear a Sindhi cap to try some recipes from Alka's Sindhi Rasoi. She has wonderful collections of Sindhi food. A Non- Sindhi girl(like me) married to a Sindhi guy will bless Alka for sharing such an authentic Sindhi recipes.
Coming to the recipes, I tried four recipes in three days and all came out very tasty. 
Sharing her recipe links and my photos:
First one is 
Saayi dal : Click here for the original recipe.

Second one is 
Paneer Bhurji: Click  here  for the original recipe.
Third one is 
Chaawaran Jho dodo(Rice flour roti): Click here for her recipe.




Now its time for sweet from her blog(As we Sindhi people never get tired of eating sweets)
Singhar(Sev) ji Mithai: Here goes the link for original  Recipe.



Sending these four to 
Ria's(of Ria's Collection) 
(Linking it to Lakshmi's blog and Zlamushka whose brain child is this event)


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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Rajma Roti (Kidney beans flat bread)

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
When I came to know about the event going on in Sandhya's Kitchen, there were only 2 days left. I kept on thinking what to make with Kidney beans? It is not regular in my home, as my kids do not like this one(Except kidney beans and kabuli chana, other legumes are most welcome any time.)
I surfed the web also for the recipe, but did not get any special food. Some sites had Kidney beans paratha. But I thought of making rotti or flat bread with it.
With that I thought adding some fat to my body! So prepared Paneer bhurji and Sai dal.
Its very healthy and my kids did not realize what they were having but both enjoyed the roti with Paneer bhurji.
Ingredients :
Kidney beans : 1 cup
(Soaked for 6 to 8 hours and fully cooked)
Or if using canned ones, just remove and keep aside.
Take the cooked beans and put in a blender or mixi to make smooth paste. Keep it ready.
For dough :
Wheat flour - 1 cup or more as per the kidney beans
Salt to taste
Dry ginger powder - 1 tsp
Red chilly powder - 1 to 2 tsp
Dry Mango powder (Amchur powder) - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder
Oil - 1 tsp
Water to knead the dough
Oil to roast the rotis
Method:
Mix Wheat flour, ready paste and all other things except water and  the oil to roast each roti, in a big plate or vessel. Add the water slowly to make the soft dough.
Keep it aside for 5 to 10 minutes.
Divide the dough into small equal balls.
Take one ball roll into chapati size.
Heat tawa and roast both the side with oil.(You can dry roast it if you do not like to add the oil in your diet) 
Serve with pickle or curds.
Sending this to
(linking it to BSI and to this event announcement.)




And Sharing this bread with one more event Announcing - My Legume Love Affair 27

by 
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Friday, July 30, 2010

Ajwain flavored flat bread(ಖಾರಾ ಚಪಾತಿ)

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
Are you all wondering what has happened to me? I am going on posting the recipes like as if its end of  my life!!
No, two days left for many events to end, and I want to participate in every event.
Now its time for some Indian flat bread , guessed the event? Check it at the end!
Ajwain is a seed which has strong odor and used in very little quantity. Its very good for indigestion. I used to eat or chew the ajwain and blow it into my kid's naval when ever they had indigestion problem or stomach pain!It works.

Read more  here about Ajwain which is commonly known as carrom seeds also.
Now coming to my recipe, this was common breakfast when we were young! Mom used make it often, but most of the times she used to fry it in hot oil and store it for evening tea or while travelling.
Being a health conscious person I make only chapatis and eat. My elder daughter loves it.
Ingredients :
Wheat flour - 2 cups
Whole grain flour - 1/2 cup(if available)
Gram flour - 2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder a pinch
Red chilly powder - 1 to 2 tsp
Ajwain seeds - 1tsp, crushed
Oil - 1 tbsp

Water to make dough
Oil to roast chapatis
Ghee to spread on chapatis










Take all the ingredients except water in a big bowl or plate. Add water to make smooth dough.

Keep the dough for half an hour.
Divide the dough in to small balls.

Roll into desired size with medium thickness.


Roast the chapatis both the sides.

Remove and spread 1 tsp of  ghee. It keeps the chapati soft. And good for kids.
Repeat with other dough.
Perfect for lunch box for kids.
Sending this to 

Announcing Global Kadai - Indian flavoured flatbreads ! by Sandhya of Sandhya's Kitchen

Providing the link back to Cilantro's page as per the rule.

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