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How To Make Avarekai Roti

Written By: Arpita Adhya
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Making a healthy breakfast without compromising on the taste has always been our worry. We're on the constant lookout for a breakfast recipe that will keep us full for a long period of time and also lend us some health points to balance out the junk that we will surely indulge at some point of the day.

But now, we are glad to inform you that we have finally dug out a traditional Karnataka-style breakfast recipe of Avarekai Roti that will provide you all the health benefits as well as give you a mouthful of flavour that you can simply not turn away from making again and again.

Avarekai roti, or Avarekalu roti, is a very familiar dish in Karnataka, made from the avarekai beans that you usually get during the months of November to March. These beans are extremely healthy as well as packed with a unique flavour that adds a completely new edge to the dish.

Avarekai roti, which comes with a crispy outer layer and a moist and tender inner portion, will simply melt in your mouth, if taken hot.

Along with being a toothsome breakfast to crunch upon during the early hours of the day, Avarekai roti is also a very easy-to-make dish that can be prepared super-fast, perfect for the busy hours.

Now that you are almost convinced to give this delicious breakie a try, browse through the below recipe as well as the video instructions to make sure that you can nail the dish without any hitch.

Avarekai roti recipe
EASY HOMEMADE AVAREKAI ROTI RECIPE| HOW TO MAKE AVAREKAI ROTI | AVAREKAI ROTI STEP BY STEP | AVAREKAI ROTI VIDEO RECIPE
Easy homemade avarekai roti recipe | How to make avarekai roti | Avarekai roti step by step | Avarekai roti video recipe
Prep Time
15 Mins
Cook Time
30M
Total Time
45 Mins

Recipe By: Kavya

Recipe Type: Breakfast

Serves: 2

Ingredients
  • For the Dough :

    1. Rice Flour - 1 bowl

    2. Avarekai - 1 cup

    3. Water - 1 bowl

    4. Oil - for cooking

    5. Coriander leaves (chopped) - handful

    6. Chillies - 4-5

    7. Salt - to taste

    8. Jeera - ½ tbsp

    9. Crushed peppercorn - ½ tbsp

Red Rice Kanda Poha
How to Prepare
  • 1. Take a cooker.

    2. Put 1 cup of avarekai beans in the cooker.

    3. Add a pinch of salt.

    4. Add a cup of water.

    5. Mix it with a spatula.

    6. Close the lid.

    7. Pressure cook the avarekai beans until soft (3-4 whistles), or at least for 10-15 minutes.

    8. Open the lid.

    9. Transfer the avarekai beans into a bowl.

    10. Let it cool for 10-15 minutes.

    11. Add rice flour to the bowl.

    12. Add jeera.

    13. Add chillies.

    14. Add a handful of chopped coriander leaves.

    15. Add salt according to your taste.

    16. Add water little by little and mix it well.

    17. Add crushed peppercorn and mix it properly.

    18. Make a dough and divide it into smaller portions.

    19. Spread a wax paper on the cardboard and brush some oil on it.

    20. Pat the dough and make it flat by gently applying pressure with your fingers.

    21. Take a pan and put it in the oven.

    22. Brush the surface with some oil.

    23. Gently separate the flattened dough from the paper and spread it on the surface of the pan.

    24. Cook it on medium flame for 4-5 minutes.

    25. Flip it and cook again for 4-5 minutes.

    26. Take the roti out of the pan.

    27. Serve it with chutney or curd.

Instructions
  • 1. Be very careful while flattening the dough, as it is very tender and can break anytime.
  • 2. Sprinkle some water while patting the dough, as it will make it moist and you can make a round surface without applying much pressure.
  • 3. To separate the flattened dough from the paper, always use a sharp-edged spatula and easily separate it.
Nutritional Information
  • Serving Size - 2
  • Calories - 390 cal
  • Fat - 20 g
  • Protein - 10 g
  • Carbohydrates - 42.5 g
  • Fibre - 1.8 g

STEP BY STEP - HOW TO MAKE

1. Take a cooker.

Avarekai roti recipe

2. Put 1 cup of avarekai beans in the cooker.

Avarekai roti recipe

3. Add a pinch of salt.

Avarekai roti recipe

4. Add a cup of water.

Avarekai roti recipe

5. Mix it with a spatula.

Avarekai roti recipe

6. Close the lid.

Avarekai roti recipe

7. Pressure cook the avarekai beans until soft (3-4 whistles), or at least for 10-15 minutes.

Avarekai roti recipe

8. Open the lid.

Avarekai roti recipe

9. Transfer the avarekai beans into a bowl.

Avarekai roti recipe

10. Let it cool for 10-15 minutes.

Avarekai roti recipe

11. Add rice flour to the bowl.

Avarekai roti recipe

12. Add jeera.

Avarekai roti recipe

13. Add chillies.

Avarekai roti recipe

14. Add a handful of chopped coriander leaves.

Avarekai roti recipe

15. Add salt according to your taste.

Avarekai roti recipe

16. Add water little by little and mix it well.

Avarekai roti recipe
Avarekai roti recipe

17. Add crushed peppercorn and mix it properly.

Avarekai roti recipe

18. Make a dough and divide it into smaller portions.

Avarekai roti recipe
Avarekai roti recipe

19. Spread a wax paper on the cardboard and brush some oil on it.

Avarekai roti recipe
Avarekai roti recipe

20. Pat the dough and make it flat by gently applying pressure with your fingers.

Avarekai roti recipe

21. Take a pan and put it in the oven.

Avarekai roti recipe

22. Brush the surface with some oil.

Avarekai roti recipe

23. Gently separate the flattened dough from the paper and spread it on the surface of the pan.

Avarekai roti recipe

24. Cook it on medium flame for 4-5 minutes.

Avarekai roti recipe

25. Flip it and cook again for 4-5 minutes.

Avarekai roti recipe

26. Take the roti out of the pan.

Avarekai roti recipe

27. Serve it with chutney or curd.

Avarekai roti recipe
Avarekai roti recipe
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