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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Mint Roti

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Ingredients
Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Mint Leaves - 1 cup
Salt to taste
Ghee or oil for cooking

Method
  • Dry roast the mint leaves on hot tava till it becomes crispy and then crush it.
  • Combine flour, mint leaves and salt using water and make a soft dough.
  • Divide the dough into equal portions and roll out the dough.
  • Cook on hot tava on both sides using ghee or oil.
  • Serve hot with your favorite gravy.
This is going to participate in " JFI - Mint " hosted by Ashwini .


22 comments:

munchcrunchandsuch said...

such a simple way to incorporate mint in the roti. good one

anudivya said...

Beautifully stacked Malar. Nice picture and I love mint in almost anything, even in some of my desserts. :)

anudivya said...

I think I may have typed you name wrongly, not sure... I meant Valar.
If that is what I typed, then I am guilt free.

Priya said...

Beautiful rotis, platter is really inviting....I love mint and will try soon these rotis definitely Valar!!

Pooja said...

Wow rotis with mint..great one! I love the way you have piled those up!

Gita's Kitchen said...

Nice picture...rotis look perfect and ideally combined :)

Priyameena said...

Simple yet yummy Looking Roti..

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Valar, looks perfect I made coriander rotis for a evening get together it worked well sure this is another soothing roti...

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow very well presnted.....Hmmm guessing how the flavour of mint in chapati.....Looks awesome with that curry......

sowmya said...

lovely picture...looks yumm

Vicky Xavier. said...

Mint roti seems interesting. Nice pics.

Vicky Xavier. said...

Hi, I am hosting an event called 'The potluck - chicken' . Expecting your suggestions , support and yummy dishes . Hearty welcome dear.
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Thanks.

Ashwini said...

flavourful roti...i wonder ur kitchen will be filled with mint aroma while making them huh???I luv it..

rekhas kitchen said...

oohhh simply superb valar saapida varalama that plate looks so inviting yum yum

Chitra said...

I wish to have it now.I like the flavour of min,but my hubby dont..

DEESHA said...

nice rotis .. beaytiful click .. I love mint

meeso said...

Must taste fresh, yum!

Prathibha said...

loved the stack of those roti's....healthy..

Shreya said...

amazing! The flavor must have been so good:-) Love your stacked roti pic!

Priti said...

Nice pics....and nice roti...cool entry

fourthsensesamayal said...

its making me hungry now.. I am following ur blog now.. :) Keep on going.. :)

Suparna said...

hi Valarmathi,
beautiful snap ...am roti and paratha crazy! never tried mint at home as yet. I'll do it soon :) thanks.
TC

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