|Half cooked and kept for later use|
|Ready to eat with lunch or even a cup of coffee|
Experiment ..... any guesses? Well most likely hard to guess. Avocado in my rotis..... flesh , seed and all!! Very nutty taste and excellent source of antioxidants, amino acids and keep counting. Having so much avocado here in Jakarta and reading about the benefits of not just the flesh, I decided it's time to break a barrier in my mind and just go for it. Am not too fond of its flesh in salad etc so decided to knead it into a nice dough to be eaten with black dal. The result was outstanding taste. Tasted just the seed... nutty, slightly bitter aftertaste but definitely palatable. So have it a go and I can't even explain how scrumptious the rotis are. Thick, soft yet crunchy and delicious taste full of goodness of nature in my plate. Sharing the recipe with you all. Hope it brings good health with taste to us all.
1-1.5 cup while wheat flour
1/2 mashed avocado
1/4 of its seeds grated raw
1/2 tsp ajwain
1/2 tsp chili powder
1.Mix all the ingredients well into a tight dough and keep few mins.
2.Roll into thick discs and toast on griddle on both sides till half cooked.
3. With the tongs pinch the rotis.
4. On the stove cook on both sides till cooked.
5. Smear ghee and enjoy with good dhaba daal , pickles and onions.
Easy peasy, lemon squeezy with tons of character and taste.