Thursday, February 12, 2015

Chawaran ji Koki

BM # 49  Week 2  Day 3


 For day 3 under Indian breads I have a very interesting bread for you guys. This could be prepared with left over cooked rice. I am sure this must have been a innovation to use the left over rice. The rice could be pulsed, but a potato masher can be used too. The idea is to get soft rice which is slightly mushy.I have used just the basic spices , but one can try with different spices and herbs too.

The Koki is soft and delicious and actually one can just roll it up and eat . You could serve this roti with Sindhi Aaloo or curd or pickle .


 

Chawaran ji Koki
1 cup cooked rice
1/2 cup wheat flour
2 green chillies
1/4 tsp dry mango powder
Few coriander leaves
2 tbsp oil
Salt to taste
Using a mixer, add green chilly and rice and pulse till the rice is mushy.
Add flour, oil, salt and dry Mano powder and pulse again.
You could use your dough maker or mix with hands too.
Add coriander leaves and mix again.
Make 4 even sized balls.
Roll just like a chapati, you will not require any flour for dusting.
Cook on a non stick gridle.
When both sides are partially cooked apply ghee and flip over, again apply ghee and roast the other side too.
Serve hot with curd or pickle.

 

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12 comments:

  1. This is an awesome recipe with left over rice. I sure have leftover rice quite often and this would be so perfect to eat the next day rather than eating it as rice itself.

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  2. awesome recipe to use leftover rice. Sounds very interesting

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  3. wow!!! left over rice transformed into a delicious roti!! looks awesome..

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  4. I make something similar with leftover rice n rice flour n onions .. This is an interesting variation

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  5. Your pictures have come out so beautifully Vaishali..and such a good use of excess rice..

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  6. This roti looks so delicious and sounds a perfect use of extra cooked rice.

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  7. That sure is an amazing roti with cooked rice. Clicks are awesome Vaishali.

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  8. Sounds yummy. I know a south Indian version where leftover rice is used. Adding wheat flour as well makes this koki interesting.

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  9. Interesting way to reuse leftover rice :)

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  10. Wow, cant wait to give a try to this koki, interesting and definitely my kind of food.

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  11. Wow such an interesting recipe. They look awesome and might I add my eyes are totally glued on the plate. I love the antique look it gives.

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