Corn Rotti

In South India (especially Karnataka) almost everyone makes or knows rice /akki rotti and finger millet / ragi rotti. This i have made using corn flour. Lovely brunch i would say. Very Healty too. Very tasty with some spicy coconut chutney. Definitely try in your kitchen. Easy to prepare and not much ingredients.





Ingredients
  • Corn flour - 2 cups
  • Onion , chopped - 1 cup
  • Potato , small size - 1, grated
  • Coriander leaves - 1 tsp
  • Chillies - 1 (optional)
  • Salt to taste
  • Water to knead

Method
  • Mix all the ingredients make a dough adding warm water (just like rotti / akhi rotti) keep aside
  • Take a flat pan spread oil and sprinkle water take a medium size dough ball and spread a circular motion using your fingers
  • Switch on the stove make a medium flame. Sprinkle oil on the rotti cook till done
  • Flip over on the other side and again cook till done. Make the remaining dough on the same way
  • Serve hot with pudina chutney or coconut chutney

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28 comments

Jyoti V said...

Looks so good..

Anu said...

Looks yummy... Nice click...

Asha said...

Great idea, just replace Ragi or Akki flour with Yellow corn, you get great tasting rotti.

Happy V day.

Madhu said...

Nice variation Mala, with cornmeal.. looks good. Sure will give this a try.

AdukalaVishesham said...

looks good... this is really new to us.. never tried this....

Rachana Kothari said...

Yummy roti's!!! Have a great weekend!

Priya said...

Woww corn rotti looks crispy and yummy..

simply.food said...

Lovely roti.Beautiful click and presentation.

LG said...

This is indeed a fantastic idea kanri. I will have to try

Parita said...

Corn roti looks grt, i would love to add some shredded veggies as well..fab!

jayasree said...

Lovely idea to use corn flour. I used to buy the flour to makki roti. This sounds easier.

Prathibha said...

Nice idea dear..rotti looks yummy

Tina said...

Looks delicious...

Mangala said...

Nice!! new recipe will try!!! thanks
Mangala

Sush said...

looks different & innovative. Will try sometime

RV said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Glad to meet you and nice to know that we share similar passion for cooking.. would peek in often to see what is cooking in Mala's Kitchen..... :)

Gulmohar said...

Desi version of corn bread sounds great..Nifty idea !
You have a creative space here..

Malar Gandhi said...

Corn roti sounds unique and nice.:)

Anonymous said...

ve naver made a roti with anything other than wheat flour.. your use of corn is different.

rachel said...

ve naver made a roti with anything other than wheat flour.. your use of corn is different.

Homecooked said...

Looks very tasty! I've had rice roti so I think this will taste super!

my kitchen said...

Yummy Roti & nice presentation

priya said...

hi dear,

thx for visiting my blog..u ve a lovely blog with all yummy recipes...corn rotti looks really delicious!!..do keep in touch!!..following u!!

Pari said...

Hi. I love akki rotti of any kind and have used corn to make makke di roti. This version is a nice twist to the usual rottis. I must try this.Thanks.

Jagruti said...

Hi Mala
first time here..corn roti looks delicious and tasty!!nice space..like the sambar powder recipe..

cheers and do visit me if you can

shahana said...

nice presentation.Looks really tempting!!!!

SriLekha said...

its simply superb and new for me!
do join with us in the efm - parathas and gravies series going now in my blog!

Arvi said...

Hi Mala,
It would be very helpful for your 'students' if you can mention, along with the amount of ingredients to use, approximately how many/much of the said stuff can be made, so that we can vary the amount accordingly to suit our needs.

Thanx :)