Thursday, July 29, 2010

Cabbage Roti & Oats Coconut Chutney

I bookmarked long back this cabbage roti and oats coconut chutney at Usha's Veg Inspirations, yesterday i got an opportunity to try out these both dishes for our dinner, i used chinese cabbages to make these rotis which turned out the dough bit sticky eventhough they tasted very delicious and crunchiness of the cabbage turned out this rotis more delicious..Coming to the oats coconut chutney, i didnt even opened my mouth before serving this oats coconut chutney to my family with cabbage rotis, none found out the secret ingredient until i revealed that i used oats in this chutney, I tempered this chutney with mustard seeds, urad dal and curry leaves  while Usha didnt went for this ,else i prepared them exactly as she went for..This oats coconut chutney is going to be a keeper for me and thanks to usha for sharing these both delectable and healthy dishes...Sending this both dishes to T&T-Veg Inspirations guest hosted by Saveur..

Cabbage roti

Cabbage Roti:
3cups Whole wheat flour
1+1/2cups Cabbage (finely chopped)
2tbsp Flax seed meal
1tsp Chilli powder
1/2tsp Ajwain seeds
1/2tsp Caraway seeds
1/2tsp Coriander powder
3/4tsp Cumin powder
Salt
Water
Oil for cooking

Mix the whole wheat flour, cabbage, flax seed meal along with all spices, add water little by little until they turns a smooth dough, keep aside for 15minutes, knead again the dough by adding few more flour as this dough tends to be bit sticky..make medium sized balls from the dough and roll them as rotis..

Heat a pan, drop the rolled rotis, drizzle few drops of oil and cook on both sides until they get well cooked..

Oats Coconut Chutney

Oats Coconut Chutney:
2tbsp Urad dal
2tbsp Channa dal
1/2cup Quick cooking oats
3/4cup Grated coconut
4no Green chillies
Few curry leaves
Salt
1/2tsp Mustard seeds+urad dal

Dry roast the urad dal and channa dal one by one until they turns well roasted, dry roast the quick cooking oats for few minutes, dry roast curry leaves in the same pan and keep aside...Grind coarsely the oats, roasted dals and curry leaves, add the grated coconut, green chillies with enough water and grind as bit coarsely paste, finally heat some oil, fry the mustard seeds, urad dal and curry leaves..add this tempered spices to the chutney and enjoy along with cabbage rotis...

43 comments:

  1. roti looks lovely priya and oats in chutney sounds healthy...

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  2. Woww. .sounts too good.. looks amazing !!

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  3. Lovely! I love the combination of flavours. Thank you for submitting them to T&T! :)

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  4. Woderful chutney I never thought you can make chutney with oats.I learn so much from your blog each post is a new lesson.Very innovative.

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  5. its mouthwatering me here..and its my hubby's favt chutney

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  6. im def trying out the chutney recipe...it looks yum

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  7. mouthwatering recipe..oats chutney excellent recipe...

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  8. looks yummy, and a nice chutney using oats..

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  9. A great combination! They both look awesome and delicious!

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  10. my mom used 2 make cabbage roti a lot.. adding flax seed is definitely new
    looks divine with oats coconut chutney dear..

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  11. wow oats chutney..really new...my daughter loves cabbage parathas, i often make them :)

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  12. As usual a very novel recipe. Gr8 idea to use oats.

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  13. Priya you are so innovative with your recipes; my 'must-do' list from your blog is growing! :-)

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  14. The rotis are nutritious and the chutney is healthy!

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  15. Chutney looks tempting priya,,cabbage roti souns interesting...

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  16. Sounds a wonderful combo..never tried chutney with oats..looks tempting,bookmarking.

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  17. Chutney and chapathi looks really delicious...

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  18. something new, never have done this comba, sounds interesting

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  19. These both sound delicious. Oats in a chutney is new to me. I have much to learn :-). I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  20. Healthy and delicious ..loved it...

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  21. wow priya thats a amazing idea of using oats in chutney...i couldnt think of it ...great one

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  22. wonderful combo ...delicious cabage rote with yummy oats chutney wow must tastes divine...love to try it

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  23. thanks priya for commenting on my macroni salad.even ur dis recipe is great.if u like u can become follower of my blog

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  24. Cabbage roti and oats coconut chutney looks yumm Priya.

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  25. looks tasty and sounds healthy!

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  26. oh, I am just drooling over that chutney..looks wonderful, must have tasted awesome with that cabbage roti..nice combo.

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  27. very tempting rotis... luks soft and healthy...

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  28. Priya, you come up with these wonderful looking innovative recipes. Hats off :)

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  29. Both the dishes look delicious! I make these cabbage theplas or parathas too, but loved your idea of adding some flaxseed powder. Will have to try adding some oats to the coconut chutney next time I make it.

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  30. Innovation at its peak again. Chutney looks fantastic :)

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  31. Both are wonderful ideas. Nice for us that u experiment and tell us about the good stuff! :) Cheers!

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  32. Healthy recipe.... Looks to good...

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  33. Chutney with oats-very unique idea! I love cabbage!

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  34. Oats in Chutney! thanks for posting this unique recipe Nithya.

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  35. I love to eat cabbage as it is so yummy and really tasty. It do not have cholesterol also so that we do not have to worry about our body but if we are making it oil free or in very less oil. Cabbage roti is really nice recipe even I made once in fifteen days.
    cabbage soup diet

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  36. Inspired by this post, I made Oats Kurma for black beans.. really nice..

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  37. Super and nice post...prepared and came out well...

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  38. super recipe and combination...prepared came out well...my family liked it..Thanks

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