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Ingredients

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100 grams Urad Dal (Split Black Gram)
9 Green Chillies (Hari Mirch)
3 sprigs Curry Leaves (Kadi Patta)
1 tsp Mustard Seeds (Rye)
2 tbsp Grated Coconut (Nariyal)
As per taste Salt (Namak)
2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour (Gehun Ka Atta)
1/2 tsp Salt (Namak)
350 ml + 3 tbsp Cooking Oil (Tel)
As required Water (Paani)

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Biscuit Roti | Biscuit Rotti | Mangalorean Style Biscuit Roti Recipe – Khanapoor

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A puffed crispy, crunchy stuffed flat bread which will leave you gobsmacked.

  • Serves 4
  • Medium

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Biscuit Roti or Rotti is a traditional dish of the G.S.B community of Mangalore and Udupi

Biscuit Roti or Rotti is a deep fried stuffed poori which is similar to the north Indian Kachori.

This delicious Biscuit Roti can be had for breakfast or snack. The recipe that I am sharing today is different from the regular one. This recipe was shared by my maternal grandmother’s cousin whose husband owned a hotel. They would prepare Biscuit Roti in this way. Trust me it is equally delicious compared to the regular one.

I have very fond memories associated with this dish. My mother would normally prepare it for breakast on Sundays. I used to really look forward to devour it.

Now, let us see the ingredients required to prepare this dish.

You will need urad dal (slit black gram).

Urad Dal - Biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Then, grated coconut (Nariyal).

Kisa hua nariyal Grated coconut - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Green chillies (Hari Mirch).

Hari Mirch - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Curry Leaves (Kadi Patta).

kadi patta - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Whole wheat flour (Gehun ka atta) dough.

gehun ka goondha hua atta - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Mustard Seeds (Rye).

rye - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Cooking Oil (Tel).

Tel - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Salt (Namak).

Namak - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Now let us see how to prepare these crispy Biscuit Roti.

Soak the urad dal (slit black gram) in water (paani) for 1 hour. If you are in a hurry, make sure you soak the urad dal (slit black gram) for at least 30 minutes.

urad dal ko paani mein bhigoiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Drain the water (paani) completely. Make sure there’s no water (paani) left. Let it rest for 15 minutes.

Urad dal se paani ko alag kijiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Now, grind the urad dal for 2 seconds. You read it right, make sure you turn off the mixer once the blade rotates for 2 seconds. Do not grind it more than that.

Urad dal ko pisiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

This is how it should look after grinding.

Pisi hui urad dal - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Now, add grated coconut (nariyal).

Kisa hua nariyal daliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Add chopped green chillies (hari mirch). The amount of green chillies (hari mirch) will depend on the hotness of the chillies and your personal preference. It is important to have a good amount of green chillies (hari mirch).

Kati hui hari mirch daliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Mix it properly.

Sab kuch acche se milaiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Heat cooking oil (tel) in a small kadhai (wok).

Tel - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Once it’s hot, add mustard seeds (rye) and let them splutter.

rye daliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Then add curry leaves (kadi patta).

Kadi patta daliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Pour the tempering (tadka) over the urad dal mixture.

Urad dal ke mishran par tadka daliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Mix it properly and add salt (namak).

namak daliye - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Mix it properly.

Sab kuch acche se milaiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Prepare a dough with whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta), water (paani), cooking oil (tel) and salt (namak). The dough should neither be too hard nor too soft.

gehun ka goondha hua atta - biscuit roti recipe - Khanapoor

Make balls out of the dough.

Atte ke gole banaiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Take a ball and roll it with a rolling pin (belan) and place the urad dal mixture in the centre. Make sure the filling should neither be very less or a lot more. If it is less the Biscuit Roti will not taste good, if it is lot more then the Biscuit Roti might explode when you put in the hot cooking oil (tel).

aate ke gole ko beliye aur urad dal ke mishran ko uss par rakhiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Bring it together from all sides and seal it.

urad dal ke mishran ko chaaron taraf se bandh kijiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Flip the stuffed ball.

make a ball of the dough and the mixture - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Gently roll it with a rolling pin (belan).

Biscuit roti ko beliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Heat cooking oil (tel) in a kadhai (wok),

Tel ko ek wok mein garam kijiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Put it in the cooking oil (tel).

Biscuit Roti ko tel mein daliye - Biscuit Roti Recipe -Khanapoor

The Biscuit Roti will start to puff up.

Flip the Biscuit Roti.

Biscuit Roti ko palatiye - Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Remove it on a serving plate and Bon Appetit.

Biscuit Roti Recipe - Khanapoor

Please do try it and give us your genuine feedback. We really look forward to it. I am also sharing other recipes from this blog, do try these as well and let us know your valuable thoughts.

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Steps

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Step 1

Make a dough with 2 cups whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta), 1/2 tsp salt (namak), 1 1/2 tbsp cooking oil (tel) and water (paani) as required. The dough should be similar to the chapati dough.

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Step 2

Soak 100 grams urad dal (split black gram) for 1 hour. Chop 9 green chillies (Hari Mirch). You can increase or decrease the amount depending upon it's hotness and your personal preference. Grate 2 tbsp coconut (nariyal).

3
Done

Step 3

Drain the water (paani) from the urad dal (split black gram) completely. Let it rest for 15 minutes.

4
Done

Step 4

Grind the urad dal (split black gram) for 2 seconds. Add chopped green chillies (hari mirch), grated coconut (nariyal) and salt (namak).

5
Done

Step 5

Heat 1 1/2 tbsp cooking oil (tel), add 1 tsp mustard seeds (rye). After they splutter, add 3 sprigs curry leaves (kadi patta). Pour the tempering (tadka) over the urad dal (split black gram) mixture and mix it properly.

6
Done

Step 6

Make balls from the dough. Take a ball and make a small roundel with a rolling pin (belan) and place the urad dal mixture in the centre. The amount of the mixture should neither be too much or too less.

7
Done

Step 7

Seal the filling from all sides and roll it with a rolling pin (belan). Heat 350 ml cooking oil (tel), put the rolled, stuffed Biscuit Roti in the cooking oil (tel). Once it puffs up, flip it and once it's cooked completely remove it. Follow the same process for other biscuit rotis.

8
Done

Step 8

Hot Biscuit Rotis can be relished with a cup of tea/coffee.

Megha

Hello, I am Megha and I live in the city of Navi Mumbai. I was born and brought up in Mumbai. I am a third generation Mumbaikar. My native place is Bantwal which is in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. I am a MBA by qualification but my real passion is food which I found out a few years ago when I started to cook on a full fledged basis. I come from a family of foodies where everyone is a great cook irrespective of gender. We basically love and live food. So, I thought why not start writing a blog and share my love of food with everyone!!!

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