April 24, 2011

Missi Roti

Today is last day of the Blogging Marathon. I thoroughly enjoyed blogging various rotis. Hope you readers also liked the various rotis I posted here. So here comes the last  recipe in the seven day series of Indian bread. I chose to blog missi roti. Missi roti is a combination of besan/chana dal flour and wheat flour/atta. Unlike other rotis where atta is not the main ingredient, this missi roti is very easy to roll. It can be rolled very thin too to make khakhras. With slight dusting with wheat flour, rotis doesn't break/stick to the board while rolling.




You need
  • Besan - 1 cup
  • Wheat - 1/3 cup
  • Salt - 1/4 tspn
  • Oil - 2 tspn
  • Water to make soft dough
 Method

  
Take all the ingredients except water in a bowl. Add water to make a soft dough. Add water in parts else you will end up with a sticky dough due to besan. Rest the dough for 15 minutes.

Divide the dough into 6 parts. Roll out each portion into circle using wheat flour for dusting.  Heat a tawa. Place the roti. Flip and cook on both sides. Drizzle oil lightly. Enjoy the aroma of  besan while cooking the roti.

I served hot rotis with baingan ka bartha.

 
Check out my Blogging Marathoners doing Group 3 BM#4 along with me

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26 comments:

  1. I love missi Rot Jayasree for that matter all your 7 posts were excellent..thank you for joining us..:)

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  2. Missi Roti looks delicious and wholesome. Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. First time here. Never made Missi Roti before. Bookmarked. Drop by my blog when you get a chance.

    Vardhini
    http://vardhiniskitchen.blogspot.com

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  4. The rotis look yummy..delcious..!!

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  5. All your indian bread posts have been super good. I often make missi roti..love it.

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  6. Sooooper flat bread posts of late. Tempting me a lote. I may suddenly come to Poona one day to eat your dishes

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  7. @Shanthi akka, you are most welcome. I will be very happy.

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  8. Tempting rotis...looks delicious

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  9. Missi roti is a favorite @ home...looks really yumm

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  10. I love to eat missi roti with boondi raita :)
    Looks perfect.
    US Masala

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  11. Never tried this before... Really want to give this a try... Nice recipe. YUM!

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  12. missi roti has always been one of my fav.tempts me to go in the kitchen rt now....

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  13. Great looking wonderful roti,love this missi roti very much, am yet to post mine in my space..

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  14. I ditto the same as aipi :P looks delicious

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  15. delightful roti series, Jayashree - Enjoyed everyone of them :)

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  16. I ven't tried this roti yet, looks awesome!

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  17. lovely roti. looks so delicious.

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  18. yummy rotis...a perfect dinner indeed!!

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  19. Simple and yum....was thinking to make it from long...love to give it a try...

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  20. all the rotis posts have been excellent....I need to try them in some order to relish each of them.

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  21. wow!!now i have a good reference to all the rotis:-)

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