Thursday, May 29, 2008

methi roti

Healthy and yummy - hardly any oil and full of whole wheat , greens and other goodies . Use a non stick pan . English names of ingredients in the bottom.
Recipe for Methi Roti
Methi - fenugreek dhania - coriander podina - mint kotimir - fresh green coriander leaves jeera - cumin besan - chickpea flour atta - whole wheat flour ( you got to learn how to cook rotis first - see here - geberic roti )
Ingredients Required :
1. 2 onions 2. 2 Bunches of Methi 3. 2 Inch Ginger 4. 1/4 tsp. Ajwaan 5. 1/4 tsp. white jeera 6. 2-4 Big green chilies 7. 1.5 tsp. dhaniya powder 8. Salt as much required 9. Red chili powder 10. 1/2 cup of milk 11. 2 cups of atta (flour) 12. 2 tsp. oil 13. 1 bunch of pudina leaves 14. Kotamari leaves
Method :
Cut onions, methi, pudina leaves into fine pieces, Mix atta with oil,milk and add water as needed Add all the cut pieces and all the above ingredients into the atta and leave it for 10 minutes.
Different Taste :
Add 1/2 cup basin atta.
Thanks Kunad for , I was just to lazy to find out all the English names :- Just read your mom's recipe and thought I would send the English names of the ingredients to the Methi Roti.
Methi = Fenugreek
Jeera = Cumin
Dhaniya = Corriander
Atta = wholewheat flour
Pudina = Mint
Kotamari = Corriander leaves
Besan = Gram flour
There are no equavalents to ajwaan the closest in taste to it is probably caraway seeds although not quite. Keep sending your mom's recipes to the likes of us out here.
Recipe by my mom Lata Kapila the poet , read her poems .
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