Oats – Semolina/Rava roti

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Semolina/Sooji/Rava roti is an instant breakfast recipe which can be done without any pre-planning, soaking or fermenting batter. Here semolina is combined with oats and rice flour. This Roti is usually made with 100% white rice flour. As a variation have added Oats and Semolina, which made the Roti’s soft and healthy.

Yields: 5-6rotis
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 15 mins (approx. 2-3 minutes/roti) Ingredients:

  • Fine semolina-1cup
  • Ground oats-1/2cup
  • Rice flour-1/4cup
  • Grated carrot-2num
  • Finely chopped onion-1num
  • Minced green chilli-2tsp
  • Ginger-garlic paste-2tsp
  • Finely chopped fresh coriander-2 handful
  • Salt- as per taste
  • Oil- to toast rotis

Procedure:

  • Boil 2 Β½-3 cups of water in a sauce pan.
  • Add semolina, powdered oats, rice flour, grated carrots, onion, minced green chilli, ginger-garlic paste, salt in a large bowl mix well until well combined.
  • Add hot water and mix using the spoon until the water is warm enough to touch.
  • Once warm enough to tough knead into a soft dough.
  • Divide the dough into equal portions.
  • Heat the griddle/tawa.
  • Cut the wax paper into rectangle/circle as per the size of the griddle.
  • Grease the wax paper and take one portion of the dough ball place it on the greased wax paper and pat it into thin round roti with your fingers.
  • Once done place the wax paper dough facing the griddle. Let it cook for a minute.
  • Now flip the wax paper off the griddle, apply oil on the roti and flip to the other side.
  • Once both sides are well cooked, take it out

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  • Serve hot with choice of dips:

Roasted peanut chutney

Peanut chutney

Flaxseed Chutney Powder

Flaxseed powder2

Split peas Chutney

Split peas Chutney1

Note:

  • The dough should not be thick/hard it needs a bit soft enough to spread.
  • Using hot water makes the dough soft.
  • Grated cabbage, cucumber can be included in the dough.
  • You can use rolling pin to roll them but make sure to dust some dry flour and roll it
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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on May 24, 2015, in Breakfast, Indian, Main dish and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 43 Comments.

  1. I have seen rava, oats dosa, but this is superb roti is too good πŸ™‚

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  2. Mmmm, my wife and I love roti. I’ve asked her to try it when she gets time. Thanks for the recipe!

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  3. Sounds like a lovely breakfast food, as simple to make as pancakes and more nutritious.

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  4. The rava roti looks very delicious. I love the pictures!

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  5. That sounds delicious! A great breakfast indeed. πŸ™‚

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  6. Looks easy and delicious!

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  7. I cannot have semolina. 😦 Miss rava dosa. What should I do if I am making it with just rice flour?

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  8. I used to prepare dosa with similar combination, roti is nice thought. Hen it comes to innovation ypi rock big time

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  9. Chitra your rocking. I need to learn a lot from your blog πŸ™‚

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  10. Just thought I’d let you know of the importance of Tagging your posts! I’ve just spent over 15 minutes trailing through your older posts to find this. In future I’ll bookmark. It wasn’t possible to Search using roti. Nor is your Archives working.

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    • Thanks for the feedback. Apologies..I verified in internet explorer, safari and chrome all is ok. Please let me know which browser you are using will try to find out the reason…am so sorry that it caused the problem and happy you looking for my recipe..it is a mixed feeling…wait to hear..

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      • My fault! I was nearly certain that I’d Pinned or bookmarked the recipe. I’m using Google Chrome, and even if the Archives was working I wouldn’t have found the recipe through it. The easiest way, and I found out the hard way quite recently, is through Tags. I’ve no idea why people use those instead of recipe lists through the address bar. Good news is that I found your recipe. And liked its flavour. Worked well with caramelised onion hummus in biscuit form.

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      • Happy that the recipe turned out good and you liked it..in the site there is a search option on the right hand side which captures all recipe as well tag names. Hope that will help in future….nice to know the variations adopted

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  11. What a great round up of dishes Chitra. I especially liked the rava roti!

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  12. Unique and healthy recipe!

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  13. Rava and oats roti looks yummy C:-) you are introducing lot of new recipes

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