Thursday, April 23, 2015

Rava Rotti (with Raw Mango & Walnuts Chutney as an ingredient)

Raw Mango -Walnut Chutney & Rava Rotti

Rava rotti is a nutritional staple and this time I've used the chutney that was described as in Raw Mango and Walnut Chutney

The interesting bit is that the chutney is an ingredient of the Rotti and not an accompaniment! Go ahead and get your rottis made!

It has become a hobby to try out some thing using the recipe, and I've applied the same pattern to the Rava Rotti using Raw Mango Chutney.

Rava Rotti using Raw Mango Chutney.

Things needed 
Medium size Rava : 2 Cups
Raw Mango Chutney : 1 Cup
Onions : 1
Curry leaves : One handful
Coriander leaves : 2 to 3 Table spoons
Salt : Required
Curd : 1 Bowl.
Oil : 3 to 4 Teaspoons


1. Remove the outer skin of onions and cut it small. Wash and cut coriander leaves.
2. Take a big bowl and add the "Raw Mango Chutney", curd, rawa, cut onions, curry leaves and coriander leaves.
3. Mix it nicely and leave it for 5 minutes.
4. Keep a dosa pan on the fire. Heat. Put some water on the tava to know about the heat. Clean up the pan with a tissue or clean cloth.
5. Sprinkle oil and take a handful of the rava dough and spread it on the tava like dosa.
6. Sprinkle half tea spoon of oil and cook on medium heat for 1 to 2 minute. Cover with lid.
7. Now turn the other side and cook for a minute.
8. Remove from the pan and serve hot rava roti with the side dish you prepared.
9. Repeat the same with remaining dough.
Note :
Prepare the dough like idli dough consistency. So that it can spread nicely and easily. Wet your hand and then spread the dough.
You can also use any vegetables, (grate and mix) and more onions. Adding green chilly is also optional. (Chutney contains green chilly so I did not add chilly). Using ghee instead of oil is also optional.
Time : 20 minutes.
Serves : 3 to 4


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My name is Nalini Somayaji. Teaching is my profession. Cooking is my passion. Reading, travelling, visiting new places, having fun with kids are some of the hobbies I can say. My recipes are Healthy, quick, easy and simple. Grown up being a traditional family member I love and respect Indian culture and traditions. Love classical dance and music.
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