• Culinary Aromas

Crispy Masala Jowar Roti

Updated: Apr 20



Golden crisp Masala Jowar Roti is so easy to make and serves a delectable and very healthy dish. With all the goodness of Jowar/Sorghum millet and lots of veggies, this is is a great choice for a sumptuous breakfast/lunch or dinner.


In this post, I share recipe with many tips to make crispy Masala Jowar Roti. This can be put together in 15-20 Minutes. This is similar to Akki Rotti made with Jowar Flour. The trick here is in ingredients and making the dough right.


Ingredients

  • 1 Cup Jowar flour

  • 1 Cup or ¼ of a Cabbage finely chopped or grated

  • 1 Cup or 1 Medium Carrot grated

  • 1 Cup or 1 Medium Onion finely chopped

  • ½ Cup Dill Leaves finely chopped

  • ¼ Cup Coriander Leaves finely chopped

  • 1 Tsp Cumin/Jeera

  • 1 Tsp Salt

  • ¼ Cup water

  • Oil for cooking as needed



Tips for Veggies

  • Other veggies that can be added: grated Cucumber, Bottle-gourd or Methi leaves.

  • Cabbage give crispness and a great texture. So, add a lot of cabbage.

  • If Dill leaves are not available, it can be substituted for Coriander or Methi leaves.

  • Finely chopped green chillies can be added for spice.




Video Instructions




Written Instructions


Prep

  • Finely chop the onion, dill and coriander leaves.

  • Grate the cabbage and carrot.

Making the Dough

  • Take a mixing bowl and add the cabbage, carrot, onion, dill leaves and coriander leaves.


  • Add cumin seeds and salt. Mix it all well.



  • To this, add the Jowar flour little by little and mix with the veggies. The water in the veggies will help form the dough.

  • If the dough is dry, then add 1/4 cup of water and mix. Please check the video for the consistency.



Tips for the dough

  • Add Jowar flour to veggies and not the other way around.

  • One cup of Jowar flour for every 3.5 to 4 cups of veggies.

  • Add water as needed if dry.



Making the Roti

  • Spread 1/4 tsp oil over a cold tawa.

  • Take a handful of dough, pat and spread on tawa into a circle of like-able size.



  • Wet your hands in water to help spread the dough.