Sunday, October 30, 2011

Missi Roti Recipe / Healthy Dinner Recipes

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I  tried   Missi Roti  recipe, and it came out yummy.  This is a very flavorful and healthy breakfast menu of Rajastani Cuisine. Do give a try and enjoy the awesome taste...!
Ingredients:
  • Besan flour / kadalai maavu                   - 1 cup
  • Wheat flour                                           - 1 cup
  • Turmeric pwd                                        - a pinch
  • Red chilly pwd                                      - 1 tsp
  • Cumin pwd                                            - ¼ tsp
  • Butter                                                   - 1 tsp
  • Cooking oil                                           - 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
Method:

  1. Take besan flour and wheat flour in a wide bowl.
  1. Add salt, turmeric pwd, cumin pwd, red chilly pwd.
  1. Mix well and sprinkle  water to make a soft dough.
  2. The dough shouldn’t be sticky, so take care while adding water.
  3. Add butter and knead it to smooth dough.
  1. Allow to remain closed for half an hour.
  2. Make into small balls.
  1. Roll out each ball with rolling pin,  to flat rotis using wheat flour for dusting.
  1. Heat a tawa
  2. Place the roti.
  3. Flip and cook to golden on both sides.
  4. Drizzle oil to the sides lightly.
  5. Enjoy the aroma of besan, while cooking the roti.
  6. Serve hot with aloo mutter masala, dhal or any curry of your choice.
  1. Delicious Missi Roti ready to give a taste.

49 comments:

  1. ohh thats so sad!! i still cant believe this :(...

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  2. i don't know Jayasree but it's such a saddening news; especially by way of pneumonia!

    my condolences and thank you Jay for such a thoughtful post!

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  3. Really a touching gesture.Miss u jayasree.
    Nice roti and u made this pretty well

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  4. i don't know Jayasree,my condolences

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  5. Wonderful tribute, Jay - Misi rotis looks divine!

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  6. I love your post. Beautiful words. Lovely pics. If possible, re-post it between Nov 1st-30th & link it to my Healthy Cooking Challenge event.
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    Kavi | Edible Entertainment
    Ongoing event: Healthy Lunch Challenge

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  7. What a fantastic tribute post, Jay.

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  8. I did not have a chance to know Jayasree, my condolences. Her blog looks so awesome!

    Your missi rotis are tempting! I love missi roti but have never tried making them at home myself. Will try soon.

    -Divya
    TastyVegCooking

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  9. your tribute to jayasree is really nice and made us again sad..thanks for sharing ..

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  10. Nice tribute to Jayasree. Missi roti looks perfect.

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  11. a really touching tribute with this delicious missi roti.

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  12. Condolences..She had a very nice blog with lot of authentic recipes...Will definitely try them. The missi roti looks tasty

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  13. I am so sorry for your loss. It is hard to say goodbye to friends. I'm sure she would love your tribute to her. It is heartfelt and thoughtful. Have a good weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  14. I heard about the loss,but didn't actually knew her space..
    missi roti looks yummy ..n lovely gesture,Jay!

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  15. thoughtful tribute
    missi roti looks lovely

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  16. How sad. I myself have been by her blog several times. She will be missed. GREG

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  17. Thanks friends for your support and prayers..!
    Have a nice weekend..

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  18. I am so sorry for your loss. She looks so young and full of life on her picture! I will try to make one of her recipes as well and honor her in my kitchen.

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  19. My heartfelt condolences to her family too!

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  20. I'm so sorry for your loss. You've presented a wonderful tribute for her. I will pray for her family and those that loved her.

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  21. That's such a sad news! I really loved her blog and this missi roti sounds great. May God bless here soul.
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  22. Jay, I am so sorry for the loss of your friend. I'm sure she would be touched by this wonderful tribute you left her.

    Your new follower,

    Amanda

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  23. lovely tribute n nice post..I just love them

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  24. God give her all peace is what I pray..

    Sincere work Jay.

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  25. Feeling very sad n nice tribute for her...
    Rotis r perfectly done...

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  26. Really appreciate your tribute...Missi rotis look delicious

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  27. Nice post Jay, nice recipe you have chosen from her blog too.

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  28. Its sad to hear something like this but at least her legacy lives through her wonderful recipes

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  29. hi jay, my condolence on your friend's passing... someone so dear to you, surely you miss her.
    and thats very sweet of you to publish her missi roti recipe. they look delicious

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  30. Thanks friends for joining in the tribute to Jayasree and prayers for her soul to RIP..!

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  31. Wonderful post,ur words r really appealing jay,we too join our hands with u to pay the tribute.

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  32. I am so sorry to hear this Jay and my condolences. I will try this roti for it looks nice and love the color of it, for sure my hubby will enjoy it so much.

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  33. I heard about this from another blog and its sooo sad ,wonderful tribute to her.

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  34. I am sorry for her family! May she rest in peace.

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  35. I've never had a roti in my life but they look like our algerian mahdjebs. i have all the ingredients so i plan to try this out: cheers to you Jay and miss roti too!

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  36. M sincere condolences, Jay. This is a wonderful tribute.

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  37. A very touch post Jay, a beautiful tribute to Jayashree.

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  38. God give her peace....

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  39. Oh my gosh I'm so sorry to hear that.

    Thank you for remembering her and covering one of her recipes. I can't imagine losing another friend.

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  40. How extremely sad about her battle with pneumonia, may The Almighty only shine the brightest light on her soul! Thank you for remembering her, by making one of her favorites!

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  41. Roti looks delicious. It is really unfortunate that jayasharee passed away,totally unexpected. Good tribute J!

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  42. Roti looks really yumm. RIP Jayasree.

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  43. I don't know Jayshree, but its such a saddening news. Her blog looks great, my heart felt condolences to her family. great tribute Jay and Missi Roti luks too gud..

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  44. Yum Yum......seems easy..I'll try it.

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