Thursday, March 22, 2012

Oats Roti Recipe - Oats Chapati Recipe

Oats Roti Recipe
Oats is my favourite and to me oats in any recipe cant go wrong...yeah kind of blind belief :) Attimes when I feel guilty of eating junk and food from outside the next day I will have oats and this gives me a kind of contentment though oats porridge is regular atleast 2 days per week. I tried this oats roti today and couldnt wait to share so here is the recipe.
Oats Roti Recipe Recipe

Oats Roti Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 25 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Wheat Flour -1 cup
Oats - 1/2 cup
Onion - 1 medium sized
Jeera - 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves - 2 tsp finely chopped
Red Chilli Powder - 1 tsp
Oil -1 tsp + as required for toasting
Salt - to taste

Method:

  1. Grind oats to a fine powder. Then mix oats powder with wheat flour then add oil.
    How to make oats roti - Step1
  2. Add red chilli powder, onions, coriander leaves, salt and mix well. Add water and start keading. Knead it to a smooth pilable dough just like chpathi dough. Make equal lemon sized balls and set aside for 15-30mins.
    How to make oats roti - Step2
  3. Using a chapathi roller roll out to a slightly thin circle, dust flour while rolling. Do it gently as it tends to tear easily. Heat dosa tawa and add the roti carefully, drizzle oil. Once bubbles starts appearing turn to other side,. Cook on both sides till brown spots starts appearing.
    How to make oats roti - Step3
Serve hot with dhal or any curry of your choice.
Oats Roti Recipe

My Notes:

  • You can omit the other ingredients and make a plain oats roti with wheat flour, oats flour, salt and oil.
  • You can roll it to a thick roti too.
  • We can powder the oats in advance, store it and use it when needed.
Oats Roti Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

40 comments:

  1. wow had no clue you could make rotis with oats..interesting

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  2. this roti looks so healthy..will try it tmw for lunch

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  3. good one sharmi....

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  4. Love this sharmi..Yah me too add oats whenever I make chappathi.. very healthy :)

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  5. Healthy and easy make rotis.Bookmarked.

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  6. wow nice interesting recipe, You are always come up with great recipes

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  7. I have this combo stuffed with potatoes. Looks yummy Sharmi.

    Vardhini
    Event: Legumes
    Event: Fenugreek/Kasuri Methi

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  8. I love this idea. I used to eat oat dosa, idly, chapati during my pregnancy. I will add little bit soy flour too. A simple roti turns into a completely nutritious dish with a hearty dhaal.

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  9. I too loved this combo ...loved ur stepwise picture ...

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  10. Good recipe for dieters and Diabetics! Great Sharmi!

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  11. I love the photos that you take. Oats roti is an interesting thing for me to try. Will do so soon.

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  12. wow ! fantastic one !!! this will be awesome for my kiddos too :-)

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  13. Oats makes this humble roti even more healthier, looks very yummy!

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  14. This looks exactly like Sindhi koki.. even the ingredients ezcept the addition of oats... healthy version.

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  15. I add fistful of powdered oats while making chapathi, akki rotti & instant dosa. Same pinch, me too love oats. The roti looks yum!

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  16. You have an amazing collection of recipes using oats. I just posted on your FB wall as well, my mom tried your oats idlis and loved them!! They are going to be her favorite tiffin for some time now :) She has told everybody about it and now my whole family is going to try the recipe!

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  17. Wow! Healthy and yummy. Love the pics.

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  18. Healthy roti variety sharmi.. will try soon

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  19. Wow such a healthy rotis, will try this soon

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  20. Poornima SatheeshMarch 23, 2012 at 8:43 AM

    Lovely recipe.Thanks.Made it for breakfast today along with kurma.

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  21. beautiful idea.....never thought of using oats in chapathi! thanks for such a healthy idea!

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  22. Good idea.. I am also a gr8 fan of oats knowing its health benefit. What brand oats do you buy.

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  23. Sharmi, this is a wonderful idea, it never clicked to me to grind oats to a powder...thanks for sharing this...wonderful clicks as usual.

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  24. I do grind my oats but never have I added them in roti. Thanks.

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  25. Luv rotis...but never tried with oats...luvly clicks..

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  26. wish i liked oats.... i would have eaten both the rotis from your beautiful pics ;-)

    i have a recipe book which has all oats recipes including oats roti. and so much i dislike oats that i have have never tried even one of them. may be after seeing this post i should try making something with oats.

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  27. Looks very healthy and delicious!

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  28. wonderful idea to add oats in roti!

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  29. Hey Sharmi, just wanted to say what a big fan I m of your recipes; especially the oats ones! They are absolutely fantastic! I tried these yesterday exactly following your recipe and they were unbelievably good! :) Thank you!

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  30. Oats rotis are a good alternative to eat just oats with milk for which iam a sucker. Thanks for the recipe sharmi.

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  31. I am a big oats fan and love it in almost anything. I too make roti/paratha with oats and find that the resultant paratha is more softer than the normal ones.

    Love the clicks as usual.

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  32. Thanks a lot... made this... it was a great hit..

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  33. I have been following your blog for many months now. I looooove anything with oats and could not stop myself from commenting on this. You do a great job. Keep it up!

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  34. Why is that you'd still need wheat flour? Why can't we use 100% oats only??

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  35. @Aaronljx : It needs some binding agent to form into a dough and make them as rotis so I used wheat flour. But you can try with 100% oats and see...:)

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  36. Hi...

    Its a nice recipe. I have a query. If we use powdered, is it still 1/2 cup oats flour with 1 cup wheat flour?

    Thanks

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    1. No it should be more I guess not really sure as I measured before powdering only...

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