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I had heard of many Rottis, as they are called in konkani right from Biscuit rotti, sakhari rotti (sugar coated rotti) and teekh rotti, but Breada rotti was something very new to me. One of the many recipes that I learnt to make from my mom in law. Everybody at home relishes it! Made it for breakfast today after a very long time!!

This is what you’ll need

For the rotti

Plain flour: ½ cup

Wheat flour: 1 cup

Chilli powder: ¼tsp

Salt as required

For the filling 

Bread slices: 3

Onion: 1 medium

Chilli powder: 1tsp

Salt to taste

Oil as required

Let’s get cooking

1. Mix the plain flour and wheat flour together.

2. Add the salt and chilli powder. Knead to a dough and keep aside.

3. Chop the onions and the bread slices for the filling finely.

4. Mix the onion and bread mixture along with salt and chilli powder.

5. Divide the mixture into small balls.

6. Roll out the dough into 2 cm round and fill with 2tsps of the bread mixture.

7. Cover and roll out into puri sized rotis.

8. Heat a tava and cook the rotti on both sides with oil until nicely brown and done.

9. Serve hot on its own or with ketchup.

Approximate preparation and cooking time: 45 minutes

Serves: 4

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