Mooli Jowar Ki Roti Recipe - Mullangi Kambu Chapathi
A delicous diabetic friendly Roti/Chapati made with Jowar flour, grated radish and spiced with ginger & garlic - This makes for a wholesome and heavy North Indian Style Breakfast.
Mooli Jowar Ki Roti is a healthy and wholesome breakfast roti that fills your stomach to keep you going for a long time. Kambu Roti/Chapathi as it is known in South India, is a diabetic friendly recipe as Jowar is a complex carbohydrate ingredient.
The roti dough is prepared by mixing all the ingredients with very little hot water and kneaded to a soft dough. The dough is then patted and rolled on butter paper or a plastic sheet and cooked on medium heat.
If you like this recipe, here are a few more recipes that use Jowar/ Sorghum/Kambu as the main ingredient.
- 1 Mooli/ Mullangi (Radish)
- 1 1/2 cup Jowar Flour (Sorghum)
- 1 teaspoon Ginger Garlic Paste
- 1/2 teaspoon Red chilli powder
- Salt , as required
- Cooking oil , as required
- Hot water , for kneading
How to make Mooli Jowar Ki Roti Recipe - Mullangi Kambu Chapathi
To begin making Mooli Jowar Ki Roti, wash the radish thoroughly, peel the skin and grate it.
Take the grated radish in a mixing bowl, add jowar flour, ginger garlic paste, chilli powder and required amount of salt to it.
Mix all ingredients well and add very little hot water. The water from the grated radish will be sufficient for kneading the dough.
Knead all these ingredients into a soft dough and keep covered for 5 minutes.
After five minutes, knead it again and divide into small balls.
Flatten the ball into a thin circle placing it above butter paper or plastic sheet, using a rolling pin. The dough will be sticky so add little flour while flattening. You can also flatten with hands like making adai or thepla.
Place a griddle/tawa on medium heat and add a little oil on it.
Place the mooli jowar roti atop the heated tawa, along with butter paper. Carefully remove the butter paper and cook the roti on medium flame on both sides.
Repeat this process for the rest of the Rotis and your delicious Mooli Jowar Ki Roti is ready to be served
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