Thursday, June 12, 2008

Vadappa ( thin and crispy rice flour roti )


Ingredients

2 cup rice flour
1 onion (chopped veryyyy finely)
1/4 cup cilantro (choppedfinely)
2 green chillis ( chopped finely)
salt
water to kned the dough
oil for applying to pans
2 to 3 cooking non stick pans


Method
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Add onions, green chillis ,cilantro and salt to rice flour sprinkle water and make
a stiff dough
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Now take a pan and apply 1 tbs of oil with hand and take a handfull of dough
make a round ball and press directly in to pan until u get a thin layer
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( press the remaining dough on 2 to 3 pans , if u are using same pan once u finish cooking one roti just wash the pan with plain cold water in sink and wipe with paper towel and ready to use again to press another roti)
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Now keep pan on a medium flame for 3min until u see golden color on
bottom side ,if u want u can add another tsp oil , flip and cook on other side
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If u want a crispy roti then cook on a low flame ,If to want soft roti then cook on medium high
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This roti tastes great with any south indian dal ,U can try this with my older post Ginger Dal

36 comments:

Asha said...

That's a work of art Sagari, looks mouthwatering. I have some green chutney to go with it, bring these!:D

Suma Rajesh said...

that looks delicious...sounds intereting recipe..will try this

Madhavi said...

This roti looks great, lovely recipe!!!

Shubha Ravikoti said...

Sagari... that roti looks awesome... really yumm yummm..:D

Cham said...

I guess it is famous in Karnataka too :) Came out so crispy the vadappa

kamala said...

this is new to me..Looks so yummy Sagari

Uma said...

we also make this kind of roti, I have posted about it long back! A little different than yours. this is my hubby's most fav. If he sees your recipe he would want to make one tonight! Looks so delicious, Sagari!

TheCooker said...

Looks delicious.
Perfectly browned.

sowmya said...

looks delicious...quite similar to akki roti made in karnataka..

Pearlsofeast said...

Wonderful pictures Sagari.Ur pictures make really hungry and mouthwatering.Love ur recipes.

Meera said...

Beautiful pictures. Awesome job!

Vani said...

We call it akki rotti in Kannada and in fact, that was my very first post on my blog! Looks delicious, Sagari!

Vaidehi said...

Hi Sagari,
thanks for your comment on my Blog.. you have a great collection of recipes.. snaps are really nice..great

Archy said...

Wow, such a nice round flat roti !!
Lovely Sagari !! I make it, but not this thin as yours !! Great dear!!

jayasree said...

rice flour roti looks very delicous. You have got them very perfect.

Andhra Flavors said...

looks mouthwatering. lovely pics.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi.... This is a different recipe. Looks so good. Never tried this before. My in-law's make it with ragii flour. Have to try ur version. Awesome pics.....

Daily Meals said...

Hi Sagari! Vadappa looks so tempting. The picture looks great. Want to try your ginger dal.

Lore said...

WOW!!! Any dough that gets to be cooked in skillet becomes my addiction. DELICIOUS vadappas.YUM!

Devi Priya said...

Mouthwatering...I am ready to eat!

farida said...

This looks so delicious! Yummy!

Siri said...

the roti looks yumm!!

Siri

Pravs said...

That does look crispy and good :)

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

Something new and exciting.. Lovely roti!

Aparna said...

This is new to me and it looks delicious. You should send it to Srivalli's roti mela.

zlamushka said...

rice flour roti looks fantastic. I have never made it with rice flour. Great idea. I gues it is less fattening than the ones made with flour.

Sireesha said...

Sagari the roti looks inviting....My mother makes it.It really tastes good.

Indranee Batabyal said...

Sagari, this roti is amazing! Lovely recipe. I am feeling hungry:)

Laavanya said...

That looks so crisp and perfect! Why don't you send this to Raaga's WBB - sounds like an instant breakfast :)

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Bharti Khemani said...

That looks so yummy!

Suma Gandlur said...

Yummy roti. We add fresh coconut as well to this dish.

Vaishali said...

Oooh, Sagari, how delicious this roti looks. This is something I definitely want to try.

Sia said...

wonderful work sagari... i am still scared to pat it directly on tawa.

Hetal said...

nice recipe dear..

Rajani said...

just trawling through your blog - these sort of akki roti recipe caught my eye.I've eaten it at a kannadiga fiend's place and tried it at home -nver came out right, I can never spread it so thinly using hands and directly on the pan - the mixture lifts up and doesn't spread. next time you make it can us also take pics of the spreading process and upload on this post??? or repost? thank you!!