Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Carrot -Rava Rotti

Carrot Rava Rotti is prepared with Rava (midium size) and grated carrots, green chilly, fresh grated coconut. Its easy to prepare and using carrots will give a good look for the rotti and healthy too.

Ready to serve Carrot Rava Rotti.
Carrots are exceptionally rich source of carotenes and vitamin A. Carrots help to protect from skin, lung and oral cavity cancers. Here is a recipe that I have tried,  Rava (Samolin) rotti with carrots and its easy, soft and healthy and loved by  all the family members. This Rotti can be enjoyed during the fasting time or for breakfast, dinner and as snack also.
Things Needed:
Rave or Rava Samolina) : 2 Cups
Carrots : 2 (medium size).
Curd: 1 Table spoon
Coriander leaves: 2 Table spoons
Green chilly :1
Coriander leaves: 6 to 8
Coconut : 2 to 3 Table spoons
Salt : taste
Water : Required water
Oil : 3 to 4 Table spoons.

Method :
1.Wash and grate carrots. Cut green chilly and coriander-curry leaves. Grate coconut and keep it aside.
2. Take a big bowl and put rava and a spoon of curd. Add salt and mix it with required water . (Little thicker than idly conssistency).
3. Add grated coconut, carrots, green chilly, coriander-curry leaves and mix it well.  Leave it for 5 to 10 minutes.

4. Keep a pan on the fire. Sprinkle 1/2 spoon of oil on the tava and spread all over the pan.
5. Take a handful of rava - carrot dough and spread on the tava with your fingers and make a round dosa shape.
6. Put 1/2 spoon of oil on the rotti and cook on medium flame for 1 minute. Turn the rava and cook the other side of the rotti for 2o to 30 seconds.

7. Serve ready Rava - Carrot Rotti with any kind of chutney or pickle, sambar and honey to the side.
    Do not forget to put a spoon of ghee or butter on the top of Hot Rava Rotti before serving.

You can prepare small rotti for kids and they will surely enjoy them

 Note:  Rava rotti should be served when it is Hot. You can add cut onions to the rava-carrot dough. You can also add any kind of edible leaves like methi, palak or dil leaves to the dough and try different varieties. Using coconut is an optional.
Time : 30 mins
Serving : 3 to 4

1 comment:

  1. Looks easy and yummy. Will try tomorrow for breakfast