akki rotti using homegrown Methi/fenugreek {gluten free, breakfast}

Akki Rotti is a staple breakfast in Karnataka. This is made using rice flour and spices. Here I have used methi or fenugreek which is grown at home using hydroponic method. The fresh leaves add a very subtle yet great taste to this recipe. Check out on how to grow methi/fenugreek hassle free on your kitchen counter using just water !

Ingredients
makes 10 medium ones

2 cups rice flour
1 tablespoon cumin/jeera seeds
1 cup methi leaves chopped *check out how to grow methi leaves at home
salt to taste
3-4 green chillies finely chopped
1 big onion finely chopped
oil for drizzling
water to make a dough

how to grow fenugreek @ home

Method

  • in a big bowl, add rice flour, methi leaves, onions, green chillies, cumin seeds and salt.
  • dry mix once so that all the ingredients are mixed well.
  • add water little at a time and make a soft dough , slightly wet.
  • rest for a few minutes.
  • heat a griddle , on a baking sheet , grease with oil.
  • take a big lemon sized dough and with the help of oil or water pat the dough on the baking sheet to for a round.
  • the rotti should be thin and not thick.
  • once you are happy with the shape and size , lift the baking sheet and place on the hot griddle.
  • after 30 seconds remove the baking sheet carefully.
  • drizzle the oil on sides and close it with a lid.
  • cook on medium – high until brown spots appear.
  • open the lid and flip the rotti over and allow it to cook .
  • when both sides are done , remove onto a plate and serve immediately with coconut chutney or chutney powder , drizzled with oil or ghee..

Other kinds of Rotti’s using rice flour

corn akki rotti
broccoli and jowar akki rotti

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