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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Sesame Sweet Roti

I tried sweet sesame roti from VegInspirations, it was so tasty!
Sesame Sweet Roti
Ingredients:
1 cup wheat flour
1/2 cup sesame seeds
Channa Dal/Pottukadalai - a handful
Jaggery - as per taste[I added 3 tbsp]
Oil

Method:
1.Dry roast sesame seeds, pottukadalai and powder it, the texture should resemble bread crumbs. Keep it aside.

2.Make a soft dough with the wheat flour like chapathi dough and keep covered for an hr or so. The more time u leave the rotis will be super soft!

3.Make lemon sized balls and flatten them into a small circle.
NOTE:While flattenning, make sure u dont press too much in the middle where the filling has to be added.

4.Place about 1 tbsp of the powdered mixture in the center of the rolled out dough and fold the ends of the dough over the mixture covering the mixture so that it gets sealed well.

5.Roll out this dough again into a slightly thick pancake sized circle.

6.Heat tawa, drizzle oil, place the rotis and cook on both sides till light brown. Serve hot!!

And I m sending this to Priyas cooking with seed event

Written by: SHARMILEE J

28 comments:

  1. Sharmi, the roti looks very nice and neat pics!!! a wonderful dish for the event!!!

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  2. making me hungry, stuffing sounds great.

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  3. Wow sesame roti looks fantastic Sharmi, even i bookmarked it long back, yet to put my hands...Thanks for sending this fantastic rotis to CWS..

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  4. Rotis look really delicious...a lovely click too:)

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  5. Yummy..looks so nice :-) want to try..

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  6. The filling is very nutty! Good one :)

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  7. Roti looks tempting and delicious. Nice pic!!..

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  8. looks very delicious... this recipe goes into our give it a try list :)

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  9. Sharmi,
    Sweet roti looks really good. I will try this

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  10. Wow Looks So perfect,makes a great feast on any festival...

    Great clicks

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  11. Very different and delicious looking rotis...healthy for kids too :)

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  12. sesame filling for the rotis sound delicious; I love these sweets!!

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  13. I looove this, sharmee :)!!..
    Just perfect!! :)..the picture speaks..:)

    if you say a dish bookmarked..I am sure you will try soon..mushroom gravy is easy to make and goes with anything..:)..
    see ur version soon here ;)!!

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  14. I am so glad that you gave this a try and liked it :-) I loved the pics and the idea of adding a little pottu kadalai to the filling....

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  15. Sesame filling in rotis sounds different.Waiting for your potato curd gravy.
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  16. Little bit similar to gud poli i made with sesame and jaggery, yumm!

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  17. @Bharathy : Very true, when I bookmark I'l try it soon...but those days are gone....Now so many are lying in my bookmarks as such waiting to be tried.But sure to try ur mushroom masala sometime soon as its very tempting!

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  18. roti's looks awesome..perfact and yummy..

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  19. Very interesting roti, da...since i like sesame flavor..I am positive I wud love this..wanna try some, soon:)

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  20. supera iruke paaka... looks like poli. yummy.

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