Sprouted Pulses Rotti

I just realized that, it has been long since I have posted anything. So, am back with a simple and healthy rotti. All Kannadigas know about rotti usally made from rice flour. This is done without any flour in it. When I was speaking with my MIL, she told me that she had added pulses for the rotti. So, thought of trying it with my own twist to it. I just soaked all the pulses that I had, sprouted it and made rotti with it without adding any flour. Just added all the ingredients that you add for the plain rotti. You can also make dosa instead of rotti. I could not believe that it would taste that good. It is a must try...
Ingredients:

Hesarukalu / Green Moong dhal – 1 cup Bili Halasandi /Black Eyed peas – ½ cup Kadalekalu /Brown Channa Dal – ½ cup Red Kidney Beans – ¼ cup Onion – 1 big (Chopped finely) Green chili – 2 -3 (adjust according to your spice) Ginger – 1 tsp (grated) Cumin / Jeera – 1 tsp Dill leaves – ½ cup (chopped finely) (optional) Coriander leaves – 1/4 cup (chopped finely) Curry leaves – 2 Tb spoon Salt Method :

  • Soak all the pulses overnight with enough water.
  • Next day remove all the water and allow it to get sprouted for 1-2 days.
  • Grind all sprouted pulses with as little water as possible.
  • Add the chili too while grinding.
  • Mix onion, dill, coriander leaves, curry leaves, cumin, salt and ginger.
  • On a plastic paper apply little oil, then take a ball size of the dough, spread it evenly with hand till it is thin and the size of a chapati.

  • Keep dipping your hands in water while spreading to avoid any sticking.
  • Fry on a hot tava on both sides until brown.
  • Serve hot with any chutney or plain yogurt with pickle or just by itself.
Sprouted Pulses Rotti, goes to Cococooks who is guest hosting "MLLA-10th helping", an event which is started by Susan. PS:
  • You can add any pulses you have.
  • If it becomes too watery, don't worry. mix little rice flour to it or you can convert it to dosa.
  • You can either grind chillis along with piulses or you can just chop it up later.
  • You can add any veggies along with it.

34 comments:

Priya said...

Healthy roti Ashwini, nutritious dish with loads of pulses:)

Madhu said...

Looks so nutritious,never made rotti with pulses. Very heatly dish to start the day. Pics are good Ashwini.

Varsha Vipins said...

wow..that looks like an Omlette Ashwini..healthy n yum..:)

Shama Nagarajan said...

wow what a healthy one...i too have posted it long back

Deepa Hari said...

Thats a very healthy and nutritious roti Ashwini...Pics r inviting.

bee said...

superb recipe. i;d love to try this, since we always have something or the other sprouting at home.

Archy said...

healthy roti with sprouts.. looks gud !!

Cham said...

Very healthy would be excellent to kid to adult!

Vandana Rajesh said...

Tasty roti. Healthy too.

Purva Desai said...

this is one healthy, protein packed roti.......

Jayashree said...

Nice...healthy and nutritious recipe.

Sharmilee! :) said...

This one is very healthy looks inviting too!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

mmm, nutritious roti... Never added BEP shall try to amke it your way... I call this Comfort food!!!

Prathibha said...

ROTI full of proteins dear..:) gud one!!

Soma said...

Fantastic & Healthy! what a wonderful idea!

Asha said...

This rotti is really gorgeous and healthy too. So many beans go in there, wonderful recipe! :)

Suparna said...

Hi Ashwini,
Healthy rotti with sprouts. yeshtu chennagi tatti rotti maadtira ri! looks perfect. the pulses tip is a good one thanks.
tc

Kumudha said...

Rotti looks so yum! akki rotti is the only rotti I make...

Pavithra Kodical said...

Nice idea of using sprouted pulses.And its healthy too. The same with me, I also haven't posted from past 2 weeks.

Uma said...

looks so yummy and healthy! bookmarked to try.

Ammu said...

Best way to add the sprouts. Looks very colorful.

Sia said...

what a power packed roti ashwini. just wonderful. and ur Ugadi spread is simply beautiful!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow healthy and nutritious....Looks yum...

AnuSriram said...

Never heard of this before... Sounds healthy and nutritious!

Sum said...

Hey.... First time here! Nice blog.....
This is indeed a delicious and healthy rotti!

Prathibha said...

plz chk my blog dear..something is waiting for you!!

glamah16 said...

What a great appetizer entry for MLLA.Thank you.

Chitra said...

that a healthy adai and nice way to eat sprouted pulses.Protein rich one.Have bookmarked it.WIll sure try this.Thanks for sharing!!

Madhu's cooking gallery said...

Healthy roti! Good one!

Pavithra said...

First time here...Lovely pictures..Nice blog.

Vani said...

Wow!!!

Yasmeen said...

healthful roti,amazed at the variety of beans used:)

Sandhya said...

Very interesting looking roti.I am gonna try this out for sure!
Thanks for sharing the nutritious rotti recipe.

Susan said...

What a creative use of multiple pulses! And all sprouted, too! Dying to know how these taste.