Sprouted Wheat Roti

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October 28, 2015


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Sprouted wheat Roti, my latest experiment with sprouted wheat berries (गेहूँ) an absolute powerhouse of nutrition!
These Delicious, Khasta Rotis are incredibly juicy n moist and fulfill all parameters of taste, fibre and nutrition. They are completely worth the extra effort you’ll put into making them!
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Method:
Step 1: Soak n Sprout wheat berries (गेहूँ), process mentioned in the link below.
How to sprout wheat berries (गेहूँ)
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Step 2: Grind 2 cups sprouted wheat berries (गेहूँ) with 3/4 cup water. You can also add a tbsp of flax seed to the mix if you like.
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Till it resembles a thick porridge.
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Mix this with about 1 1/4 cup whole wheat flour (atta) and some salt to taste,
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to make a loose shaggy dough
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Add a tsp of oil and knead well to make the dough a little smoother.
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Let the dough rest for 15 minutes. Sprinkle another 1/4 cup dough…
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and knead again to make a smooth non sticky ball of dough.
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Now you can use this dough to make simple rotis…
Roll out a lemon size piece of dough into a thin even circle,
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cook on Tawa/skillet and then,
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puff on roti grill.
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Apply some ghee…ready!
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Or Spicy khasta Rotis…which is how we enjoyed them! 🙂
Roll out lemon size piece of dough into a circle. Apply a thin layer of ghee/olive oil. Sprinkle with ajwain and red chili pwdr and salt (add salt only if you didn’t add it while making the dough)
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Roll the circle into a tight log and then the log into a tight disc. Flatten with the palm of your hand, roll into a flat slightly thicker roti. Cook on hot Tawa/skillet…
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and then on roti grill.
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Serve with a blob of butter, with your fav dal/Sabzi! image

6 comments on “Sprouted Wheat Roti

  1. October 28, 2015 akanksha

    wow

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  2. October 28, 2015 Madhu

    That is awesome idea!

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  3. October 28, 2015 mansi

    Hey Ruchi
    The recipe looks amazing! Did you use store bought whole wheat atta or used the same wheat berries to grind for for dry atta?
    Thanks

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    • October 29, 2015 ruchiairen

      I used the un sprouted wheat berries to grind and make the atta

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  4. November 12, 2015 Nupur

    Hi Ruchi,
    Had asked this question earlier as well but I guess you missed it. Can you kindly let me know a source to buy roti grill? I have been looking for one for quite some time. Appreciate the help!
    Thanks a lot?

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  5. November 12, 2015 ruchiairen

    You could look online or try theIndian supermarket, if. I find any online source…I will let you know! 🙂

    Reply

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