SAGO ROTI

SAGO ROTI

Sago roti is a recipe in which we use sago (Saggubiyyam) as a main ingredient. It tastes crispy and yummy. Let us try this and enjoy the taste of it

INGREDIENTS:
1.A�SagoA�A�A�-A�3/4 Cup
2.A�Rice Flour A�A�-A�5 a�� 7 Table Spoons
3.A�Onion A�A�-A�1 Small
4.A�Green ChilesA�-A�1 a�� 2
5.A�Coriander leavesA�-A� Few Sprigs
6.A�Cumin Seeds A�-A�A? Tea Spoon
7.A�Salt A�A�A�-A�to Taste
8.A�Oil A�A�A�-A�1 tsp

PROCESS :
1.A�Wash sago with fresh water and soak in enough water for around 2 hours.
2.A�Check the sago by pressing between fingers and it shouldna��t feel hard.
3.A�Drain the sago and keep aside.
4.A�Finely chop the onion.
5.A�Wash and finely chop the green chilies and coriander leaves
6.A�Take a mixing bowl; mix together soaked sago, rice flour, green chilies, coriander leaves, cumin seeds and salt with sufficient amount of water if required.
7.A�Knead the mixture into soft dough.
8.A�Divide the dough into two portions.
9.A�Heat a pan or flat pan on medium low heat.
10.A�Apply quarter tsp of oil and place a portion of sago rice flour mixture on the pan.
11.A�Carefully spread the mixture with wet fingers into somewhat thick roti.
12.A�Pour few drops of oil around the sago roti.
13.A�Cook covered on low flame for around 5 minutes and remove the lid.
14.A�Simmer and let the sago rice flour roti crisp up for few minutes on both sides.
15.A�Remove the sago roti onto a plate and repeat the same procedure with remaining portion of the mixture.
16.A�Serve sago roti with any pickle of your choice.

 

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