Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe

Rice flour thin flatbread served with curry

Rekha Vengalil
26 ratings.
Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe

Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe are thin flat breads made of rice flour, and I wouldn’t say it’s exactly a breeze to prepare as you need to work with hot dough; need to knead and shape the rice dough while it’s hot or it will crack, and is not easy to roll the dough into thin sheets. But I must say – it’s worth the effort! Pathiri can be served with any gravy curries. You can serve Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe with Kerala Chicken Curry Recipe With Freshly Ground Spice.

Here are a few more Indian flatbread recipes that you must try

  1. Pudina Lahsun Laccha Paratha (Mint & Garlic Multi-layered Indian Bread)
  2. Khara Obbattu Recipe (Bread Stuffed With Spicy Potato Mixture Recipe)
  3. Ragi Ujju Rotti Recipe
  4. Rajasthani Khooba Roti Recipe

Note:Cook the pathiri in moderate heat, if the griddle is too hot then the pathiri will get flaky.

Cuisine: Malabar
Course: Indian Breakfast
Diet: Gluten Free
Equipments Used: Roti Tawa, Glass Mixing Bowl
Prep in

30 M

Cooks in

30 M

Total in

60 M

Makes:

3 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1-1/2 cups Rice flour , roasted or pathiri podi
  • 1-1/2 cups Water
  • Salt , to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Coconut Oil

Directions for Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe

  1. To prepare Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe, in a wide pan, bring the water to rolling boil. Add the salt and oil.

  2. Now turn the heat to low and slowly add the rice flour, while continuously stirring with a wooden spoon till the dough comes together. Cover the pan and let the dough cook for about 10 seconds. Turn the heat off and continue to knead the dough with wooden spoon or spatula.

  3. Grease your palms with some coconut oil and knead the dough with your hands while it’s still warm to a soft and non-sticky dough. Make sure you do not add more water or flour while kneading the dough.

  4. Divide the dough into equal lime sized balls and press it between your palm and on a slightly floured (rice flour) surface roll each ball into thin circle or you can use a pathiri press/roti press.

  5. Heat a griddle pan/flat pan over medium heat. When the pan is heated through, dust the excess flour off and cook each pathiri for 20-30 seconds on each sides while pressing gently with back of a flat ladle till it puffs up. Pathiri should not change the colour (off white-ish) so make sure that your pan is not over heated.

  6. Serve Ari Pathiri Recipe | Malabar Rice Flatbread Recipe with Kerala Chicken Curry Recipe With Freshly Ground Spice.

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Last Modified On Monday, 27 February 2017 10:56

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