I always felt that after eating this you feel like drinking water all the time just like when you eat dosa the same feeling happens and feel as if you are thirsty all the time. As if there is a sponge in your stomach absorbing all the water you are drinking.
- 1 cup Rice flour for Akki Rotti and 1 cup Finger Millet (Raagi) flour for Raagi Rotti
- 1 or 2 green chillies (optional)
- salt to taste
- 2 to 3 sprigs of coriander leaves
- 1 sprig curry leaves
Basically that is all is required to make rottis but you can add lot of things to make it even more tastier and richer to eat
You can add finely chopped onions.
you can grate carrots, cabbage to it
with the plain above said ingredients you can add a cup of fresh coconut grated which is so tastier. You can add this grated coconut mixed with all the vegetables which i have just been telling about,
You can also add a tbsp of cumin seeds, tbsp of channa dal with finely chopped curry and coriander leaves and finely chopped onions.
You can also add roasted peanut powder with all the above said ingredients which is much more tastier.
During the Avarekkai (lilva beans / Papdi lilva ) season pick out the very tender ones and mix it with the plain basic recipe and make rottis they are absolutely gorgeous to eat.
You can also make these rottis with Methi or Fenugreek leaves
You can use capsicum which is finely sliced with other ingredients
So healthy and delicious! Give me some pls.
Raagi roti is frequenter in my home..We often make this for breakfast..Heard of Akki roti...I'm yet to try this one..Thanks for the detailed recipe!
i used to eat these when i wa sin blore..love akki roti!!