Coming to the second day of Blogging Marathon #60,I am sharing an authentic recipe,Dibba Roti.
Dibba Roti is a thick pancake made with ground rice and urad dha,resembles idly in texture but looks like uthappam.
Traditionally dibba roti is made in a deep bottomed heavy pan.The batter is covered and slow cooked then flip to the other side to cook.
As I don't have any heavy deep pan,used my appam pan.It came out with a crispy outer and the inside was soft like idly.
Originally the recipe is made with idly rava(broken rice) but here I used the regular raw rice.So it needs to be ground to a bit coarse paste.
Dibba roti tastes awesome with any kind of chutney and we had it with nalla karam podi.
- Cook it in a medium flame.
- The amount of curry leaves and green chilly can be increased according to personal preference.
- Grind the rice to a bit grainy to get a nice texture..
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