Breakfast is a important meal of the day which should not be skipped. My mum used to prepare a variety of breakfast for us. Sajjige rotti recipe is one among my favourite breakfast recipes. Mom would make sure that we would not skip breakfast and would prepare different recipes daily.
Dosa, idli, chapatti and rotti are popular breakfast recipes all over Karnataka. This sajjige rotti recipe is a famous breakfast recipe in South canara. Akki rotti, jolada rotti and ragi rotti recipes are among famous rotti recipes of Karnataka. Rava is also called as sajjige in tulu.
Sajjige rotti recipe | rava rotti is an easy and popular breakfast recipe in Mangalore Udupi region.
Sajjige rotti recipe can be prepared for breakfast and even for evening tea time. Rottis are flat round bread, a bit harder than dosas. It is an instant recipe which does not need preliminary preparation as in dosa. I just love the aroma of curry leaves in this sajjige rotti recipe. It is also a good source for digestion & hair growth. So add curry leaves generously.
Sajjige rotti recipe can be prepared in two ways. First method is this recipe where the rava mixture is stretched to round rottis. In other method rava batter is prepared with little thick consistency than dosa and poured in pan as dosa.
Sajjige rotti recipe can be made spicy by adding chilli powder to the mixture. This recipe is a sweet recipe where in I have used little sugar to the mixture along with grated coconut, onion, curry leaves, coriander leaves and green chillies.
Serve hot sajjige rotti for breakfast with tea. This recipe goes well even with out any accomplishment.
Sajjige rotti recipe | Rava rotti recipe
- 250 gm rava/suji/semolina
- 150 gm onion chopped
- 7 tsp grated coconut
- 15 curry leaves roughly chopped
- 4 tsp coriander leaves finely chopped
- 3 tsp green chilli finely chopped
- 2 tsp sugar
- 1/2 tsp coconut oil
- salt to taste
- Add chopped onion, curry leaves, green chilli, coriander, grated coconut to rava.
- Mix it well. Add salt and sugar
- Add sufficient water and prepare dough. Dough should be such that it can be easily stretched to rotti.
- Prepare a bit bigger balls than normal chapathi dough balls.
- Grease a plastic sheet or aluminum foil and pat the dough evenly to round rotti.
- Slowly remove plastic sheet from the rotti.
- Heat the pan and grease it with oil. Place the rotti in pan. Fry it in medium flame.
- Flip the side when it turns light brown.
- Remove it once done.