Thursday, May 2, 2013

Chawal ki roti(chilka roti)(Rice pan chapati)

Hi this is a very famous cuisine from Jharkhand, my native place. This roti is prepared by soaking the rice and chana dal for minimum 5 hours or overnight and then it is grinded into very fine paste to make the roti over tawa. This is well served along with mutton curry or chicken curry. People prepare it on some special ocassions. They call it the Chilka roti. A bowl of chana dal ki chutney along with this add's a lot to this recipe.
Here is the recipe, hope you like this roti recipe from jharkhand,India.

Chilka Roti, Chawal ki roti, Rice roti

Yields- 8 medium size roti
Preparation time- 2 minutes (Grinding)
Cooking time- 1and 1/2 minutes(each roti)
Ingredients:
  • Rice(Arwa chawal) - 300g
  • Chana dal- 200g
  • Oil for cooking
  • Salt for taste
  • Water
  • Non-stick pan
Preparation:
  • Soak the rice and chana dal overnight or for minimum 5 to 4 hours.
  • Drain the water and then grind this into fine paste by adding little water.
  • Once you have grinded the rice and chana dal,add salt as per taste.
  • If you want thin roti's you can add little water to the paste.
  • Season with salt .
  • Now heat a non-stick tawa or pan at medium high heat.
  • grease it with oil.
  • Now take 2 tbsp of the rice paste and pour it over the pan. Spread the paste nicely over the pan and cover the pan. wait for 1/2 minute and then flip onto other side, cover and wait for another 20 seconds until some golden brown spots hits both the sides.
That is it. Your chilka roti is ready to be served. Serve it hot with any curry of your choice. It tastes best with chana dal ki chutney.

Enjoy and Happy cooking
:-)

By- Sushmita Pandit.



10 comments:

  1. Lovely spread though I must admit I have never heard of the roti. Definitely its such a joy to be eaten with mutton or chicken curry.

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  2. Very different and nice, thanks for sharing...

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  3. New to me Sush.. Thanks for sharing dear :-)

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  4. very new for me. I am sure it must be tasting gr8 with the tempting side dishes. Love the way you presented the chutney.

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  5. yummm lovely chila. Delicious platter.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/05/grilled-scrambled-cottage-cheese.html

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  6. Wow Sushmita ,We work with urad dal and call this dosa ,never tried with channa dal.I bet it must be tasting great with mutton curry

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  7. interesting recipe,lovely side dishes.

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  8. Thanks for sharing this recipe. It would be great if you can share more jharkhand recipes which are hard to find on the Web.

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