My first experiment – Akki Rotti for Sunday breakfast!

@Sreekala (23402)
India
June 12, 2017 6:03am CST
Dear friends, Last week I have informed you through one of my topic, I have been searching recipes in google. I have done one experiment on Sunday which was successful. My children loved it. Akki rotti is a Kannada dish made upon rice flour, adding onion, carrot, green chilly, coconut, cumin seeds, coriander leaves etc. Dough must be made as soft adding water little by little. I am adding an image of my own preparation. Have you often do experiments on cooking?
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@sishy7 (27631)
• Australia
13 Jun 17
Did you take the picture while it's steaming hot? It's kinda cloudy, can't really see it well, but I'll take your words that it was a successful experiment!
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
haha The problem with my mobile, that is why the picture is bad. It did not get the exact round but taste was super (certified by my younger son, lol)
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@sishy7 (27631)
• Australia
14 Jun 17
@Sreekala Taste is much more important than looks...
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@Nawsheen (23068)
• Mauritius
12 Jun 17
I know how to make roti using wheat flour. I also tried making pancakes using rice flour and cassava flour and they came out wonderfully
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
But making roti with rice flour is not easy like wheat flour dear. It will be sticky.
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@Nawsheen (23068)
• Mauritius
13 Jun 17
@Sreekala in fact I made pancakes and not roti. It came out quite well.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
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@EMuhungi (1733)
• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Jun 17
Well done! Rarely do i experiment on cooking.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
I too don't like to do experiments. Now the vacation for children and they got bored with the same dishes.
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@EMuhungi (1733)
• Nairobi, Kenya
13 Jun 17
@Sreekala It is good that they liked what you prepared for them.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
@EMuhungi Yes, they liked and encouraged me for more experiments, lol
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@akp100 (13328)
• India
12 Jun 17
Wow, that looks good, though picture is not that clear. About my cooking experience. I guess I can make good maggi. I have tried couple of hard times in past, but I guess I didn't get any success. So I left this work for my wife and mom.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
12 Jun 17
The picture is not good as I took in my mobile.(My mobile need a replacement for sure) Then maggi or yipee even children can make and it won't come under cooking experiment Better to learn something from your wife, cooking is always help us to face odd situation.
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@akp100 (13328)
• India
12 Jun 17
@Sreekala Lol, I had mess up maggi to for the first time. So we can consider as experiment.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
@akp100 haha my younger so is very successive on maggi and yipee.
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@vsai2008 (7689)
• India
12 Jun 17
Whenever my mother is out of town lol :) Mostly i follow vegrecipesofindia.com and Sanjay Thumma's vahrevah.com Tried dishes from both of them :) Happy Cooking :)
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
12 Jun 17
I will check this site too.
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@vsai2008 (7689)
• India
12 Jun 17
@Sreekala Hope you like it :) I did
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
12 Jun 17
@vsai2008 The site is not opened for me, don't know why, check it later again.
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@MGjhaud (20696)
• Philippines
12 Jun 17
i often mix things together. rotti and roti are the same?
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
12 Jun 17
Yes, both are the same.
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@MGjhaud (20696)
• Philippines
12 Jun 17
oh okay. cause i've tried roti before.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
@MGjhaud But mostly roti is preparing with wheat flour. Rice flour is not suitable to make roti.
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@manikarnika (2355)
• India
12 Jun 17
Yeah...That's nice to hear.Hope you enjoyed Sunday with this delicious dish on table.Great..l too prepared vermicelli alva.It also came as expected.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
12 Jun 17
My children were happy as they got a different dish on Sunday. They asked me to do more experiments. Vermicelli Halva, I am planning to make its uppma with vegetables.
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• India
12 Jun 17
@Sreekala Hmmm...yummy
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
@manikarnika I did Vermicelli uppma today and it turned good.
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@ckyera (17261)
• Philippines
13 Jun 17
Hi Sreekala! I wish I could have a taste of it! I think most of us do experiment in our cooking because through experimenting we are able discover new recipes, and if it succeeds then we will repeat it and master it and soon become a favorite!
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
Hi dear, Definitely. If we succeed then we get confidence on making them again.
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@responsiveme (16753)
• India
13 Jun 17
Would love to have one.do you prepare a specific chutney with it?
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
It can be eaten without chutney as there are so many ingredients like coconut, veggies, chillies etc added. If you want chutney then I will prefer spicy one.
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@prashu228 (25808)
• India
12 Jun 17
Wow..so your experiment was successful..glad it is . I think it is similar to this Andhra recipe , called sarva pindi. Added the link check it. This site is amazing for various recipes. I try most of them from here.. Okay ..so we are waiting for your next experiment....
If this looks like a unusual stuff for you, then count me in too..I too felt the samething once i heard about the ICC  for this month.But when i was googline about this..I came to know that this is  a typical andhra recipe..They have it as a snack or for b
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
Yes, almost same dear. But I did it on my hand, they are asking to do it on tawa, the problem is if u make in tawa then after making one you have to wait for the tawa turn cool.
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@Kandae11 (38654)
12 Jun 17
I have made roti - but not the kind you described - should be nice.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
13 Jun 17
If you made it from wheat flour it is easy to make it, but with rice flour, it is bit tough to make the round shape.
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• Philippines
12 Jun 17
Cooking is my weakness. My sister occasionally does experiments at the kitchen.
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@Sreekala (23402)
• India
12 Jun 17
Cooking is not my weakness but I too bored with the dishes I made so I thought to do something for children, making them happy.
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