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Sunday, 5 August 2012

MALABAR PATHIRI (ARI PATHIRI/THIN RICE ROTI) with step by step pics..


Ingredients:
Rice flour - 2 cups + for dusting
Water - 2 cups + 1 cup
Salt - as needed
Oil - 2 tbsp

Preparation:
1.In a vessel,boil 2 cups of water.
2.Add enough salt and take 2 cups of rice flour ,tip in slowly.Cover n cook on low flame for just 2 or 3 minutes.

3.Using a wooden spatula or spoon (as u prefer) mix it to form lumps like upma .Switch off .

4.Put it to a wide plate and take 1 cup usual drinking water in a bowl and keep it aside.Wet ur hands in it and mix the dough,repeat the same until u get a soft dough as for chappathi.

5.Make small balls out of it and take some flour in a plate for dusting.

6.Using a pathiri press,Press each ball by dipping in oil until thin pathiri is formed.Sprinkle,rice flour slightly on both sides using hand(take care not to b more,just little) and keep it aside in a plate.Repeat the same until all are used up.




7.Heat a non-stick tawa, when it very hot (u can see smoke coming out),lower to medium and place each pathiri and flip over after few seconds,flip it again and wait till puffs up.Take it to a wide plate.






Notes:
Knead well to get soft pathiris and do not stack them when its hot,allow it to cool.
Add water accordingly,No problem if water is less when boiling,take care not to b more coz while u knead u wet ur hands to make soft pathiris.
U can cut the side using cutter to get round shaped pathiri .
Can serve with coconut milk by adding little salt,dip each pathiri in it and serve....Both adults and kids will love it....

48 comments:

  1. Pathri looks delicious and perfect.

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  2. looks delicous, love the idea of eating it with coconut milk , yummy

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  3. Thank you both for ur sweet comments...

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  4. Tempting recipe..never tasted it. Shall try it soon, thanks for the stepwise pictures.

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  5. Hi Asmath, Thanks for dropping by my blog & saying such lovely words. Happy to follow u back.

    This roti looks simple & delicious. you have a lovely blog. Looks like we started the blogging journey together.
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    1. Thanks for being back....ya...we started together....happy blogging...

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  6. Love these yummy rice pathiris, wish I could get those pathiri maker tat we get in Kerala. I make it with chappathi roller. Looks awesome :)

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  7. this looks delicious... we too make rice rotis but in a different way... :)

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  8. Thanks prathiba and amina for dropping here to write ur comments....

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  9. Yummy and all time fav of mine Asmath..

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  10. simple and easy to make. puffed well and looks delicious

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  11. Wow!! something new for me...would love to make roti out of rice...

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  12. Thanks....melange,swasthi,shabbu, pt and anshu for dropping here n ur sweet comments....

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  13. Looks superb. Wonderful for the ramdan time. I have also posted on pathiris, but didn't have a pathiri press. do check it out here http://indugetscooking.blogspot.com/2011/08/making-pathiri-step-by-step.html

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    1. Thank you...i did check urs...it was nicely done..

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  14. wow so gud ...you got it so right ...

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  15. Looks delicious!! will try it soon....

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  16. never tried this....looks delicious...will try this :)

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    1. Thank you....for being back and following...

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  19. love this pathiri..looks very delicious and awesome..
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  20. nice recipe...seems I have found a new recipe to try for dinner,book marked it,will let you know once I prepared...

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    1. Thank you....lemme know after u try...

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  21. never tried this....very nice recipe...i bookmarked this...I'll try...

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  23. Hi Asmath..first time here..you have a lovely blog..happy to follow your blog..all recipe's looks so delicious..keep in touch..

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  24. Thank you all for ur lovely comments....shruti i am on the way to urs...anu thanks for dropping and following....

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  25. Very well explained dear :) Thanks for all the step by step clicks :)
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  28. Wow!! Excellent!! Perfectly made pathiris!

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  30. Woow perfect pathri with step by step directions . first time here
    pls visit and join my space in ur fre time am your new follower

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  31. Love this with kozhi curry.. neatly done

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  34. i tried but the sides r cracking....gv me solutions

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