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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Leftover Rotis in Spiced Buttermilk

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This is the first time I taste and made this dish. This is the recipe given me by my mother inlaw. I had few rotis left , exactly 5 and didn't wanted to make regular vaghareli rotli. She once told me that she loves this kind of spiced buttermilk rotis so I asked her how to make this and I made it as per her instructions and voila new lunch idea born. This is just like dal dhokli but instead of dal , we used buttermilk. I added Kolhapuri thecha in it for extra spices but you can totally avoid it.

Ingredients :

5 leftover rotis cut in diamonds shape
1 cup sour yogurt
2 cups water
As per taste salt, red chili powder, pinch of turmeric powder
1 green chili finely chopped
1 tsp. oil
1 tsp. mustard seeds
few curry leaves
Chopped coriander leaves
Thecha as per taste just to top it - optional

Method:

Mix yogurt and water and mix it and make buttermilk.
Keep it aside.
Heat a pan. Add oil in it and when its hot , add mustard seeds, when it pops, add curry leaves.
Add buttermilk and all the spices and chili and boil it.
Boil it for 4-5 minutes then add cut rotis in it.
Cook for 3 minutes only.
Garnish it with coriander leaves and thecha and enjoy hot.


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22 comments:

  1. Never made anything like this! Looks yum!

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  2. that sounds really interesting...

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  3. what a great idea my dear.. why do waste any roti.. i like it :) seriously make it sometime

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  4. This became a healthy soup....

    Please Participate "In my veg Box- Cabbage" event

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  5. Sounds interesting.. With the spiced butter milk it must be tasting yummy na..

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  6. Delicious way to finish the leftover rotis..

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  7. Wow nicely done linsy .When r u joining my event .Waiting for it .

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  8. Looks that's very different for me...... Looks yummm!!

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  9. interesting recipe Lincy.. Should try soon

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  10. Interesting recipe, sounds delicious!

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  11. Lovely and light meal .. and good use of the left over rotis too.

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  12. thanks for linking this to my event..great recipe indeed

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  13. Thanks for linking it to my event Linsy.Waiting for more delicious entries .

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  14. I love recipes that use up leftovers - and your Leftover Rotis look delicious! Thank you for sharing them with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  15. What an intriguing recipe! Thank you for sharing with the No Waste Food Challenge :)

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