Sunday, March 11, 2018

Masu Aluvi Roshi/Maldivian Stuffed Flatbread

If you want to give a twist to your usual aloo paratha aka Potato masala stuffed rotis, am sure my today's post will definitely tickle your tastebuds. Masu Aluvi Roshi, this incredible stuffed flatbread is from Maldives. This fantastic flatbread is stuffed with a mild spicy and very delicious stuffing. Yes a spiced, cooked tuna fish and potato masala once stuffed with an all purpose flour dough makes this ultimate flatbread. As much as like our Indian stuffed flatbreads, this Maldivian flat bread can be enjoyed without any side dish. You can roll this flatbread round or as squares depending upon how you want to shape your Mas Aluvi Roshi.

Mas Aluvi Roshi, Maldivian Flatbread

Am running this week's blogging marathon with Stuffed flatbreads from different countries as theme. After a meaty Azerbaijani stuffed flatbread, i couldnt resist to post this fabulous Maldivian flatbread. Easy to make, the stuffing calls for simple ingredients. Spiced with chopped green chillies, curry leaves, trust me i have completely fallen in love with the stuffing. If you want the stuffing more spicy, dont forget to add red chilly powder as you desire. We enjoyed this flatbread thoroughly for our dinner, as i told earlier these flatbreads doesnt need any side dish to enjoy.

Maldivian Tuna & Potato Flatbread

Recipe Source: Here
For Dough:
2cups All purpose flour
2tbsp Oil
Salt
Water (to knead)

For Filling:
2nos Potatoes (cooked & mashed)
1can Tuna (drained)
1no Onion (chopped finely)
Few curry leaves (chopped)
2 Green chilies (finely chopped)
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Pepper powder
Oil
Salt

Take the flour, salt and oil in a bowl, add the water gradually and knead everything to form a dough.

Knead well until the dough turns soft. Keep aside for 15 minutes.

Divide the dough into 6-7 balls and keep aside.

Heat the oil in a pan, sauté the chopped onions, curry leaves, and green chillies for few minutes.

Add in the mashed potato, red chilly powder, pepper powder and drained tuna and cook for few minutes, put off the stove.

Let it cool completely, make small balls out of the stuffing.

Mas Aluvi Roshi, Stuffed Maldivian Flatbread

Roll the dough as a small circle, place a stuffing, bring the edges together to ball.

Dust the ball with flour and roll out into a flat bread.

Heat a pan,drop the rolled flatbread and drizzle enough oil and cook on both sides until they gets well cooked.

Serve hot.
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15 comments:

sushma said... Reply To This Comment

Oh wow these are just like our Aloo paratha, with and addition of Tuna. Sounds interesting.

Usha said... Reply To This Comment

I am not a fan of tuna but reading the ingredient list for the filling, I am salivating. A nice twist to our own aloo paratha. I am always amazed how similar some of the food is, across the countries.

Renu Agrawal Dongre said... Reply To This Comment

This looks so Similar to our parathas...I don't eat Tuna ..but sure it looks so tempting

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

I guess tuna makes all the difference. Looks awesome Priya. Wish I could eat it..

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Seriously tuna in a Paratha ? I had no clue that fish can be stuffed ! Lol !

Manjula Bharath said... Reply To This Comment

wow that an amazing twist and I love the catchy name Masu aluvi Roshi :) Looks similar to aloo paratha .. I love how you explore aks keep on exploring and bring us amazing recipes like this one :)

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

Interesting twist to our aloo paratha.

Priya Srinivasan said... Reply To This Comment

gorgeous priya!! give a theme, you would bring out exotic dishes!!! tuna parathas, looks splendid, and that name makes it more fun!!

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

Very interesting stuffed flatbread Priya. Stuffing with potato and tuna sounds amazing. Great find for the theme.

Sowmya :) said... Reply To This Comment

That’s an interesting twist to the regular aloo paratha.....food is such a unifying factor across countries with each place having its own unique take on the same dish

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Sounds and looks fantastic Priya, I am sure we could do with some choice..very good!

Bhawana Singh said... Reply To This Comment

Yet another flatbread recipe. Really amazing to see how other cuisine's flatbread looks similar Indian flatbread.

Sapana Behl said... Reply To This Comment

The stuffed bread sounds very inviting with potatoes and tuna. Must be a treat for fish lovers.

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

wow - what an intersting filling - its like a kroket filling in a flatbread as these are the main ingredients in Dutch and Sri Lankan krokets

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Tuna as a stuffing is very interesting. I bet with potatoes they would have tasted really well.