"Yours-Healthy" Broccoli Oatmeal Rotis!

Vasupradha Raghav-Vasudevan


My family is one of the biggest broccoli-haters!

I had to find ways and means of feeding them all the vital nutrients!

Hence was born this recipe: it's tasty, healthy, wholesome and

"No one can eat just one!" as my family says today...

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20 Min
40 Min


3 c
quick cooking oats (preferred: quaker: 1 min oats)
1 c
flour (preferred: indian stores wheat flour)
5 c
broccoli florets
1/2 c
olive oil, extra virgin
1 Tbsp
curry powder
1 1/2 Tbsp
garam masala
1 tsp
turmeric, ground
1 tsp
chilli powder (not mandatory)
salt to taste
1 c
cold water


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1Heat 2 tbsp of Olive oil in a pan and fry 5 C of broccoli florets in that oil, until all the florets get mashed.

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2Meanwhile grind 3 C oats in a blender to make a fine powder.

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3Mix together 3 c of ground oats, 1 c flour, mashed broccoli florets, spices, 1 tsp olive oil, salt and 1 c water to make a fine dough.

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4Make small balls of the dough and roll each one out in the shape of a disc (Roti) using a rolling pin.

Tip: use some flour to dust your surface, rolling pin and the balls if the dough gets sticky during the rolling process.

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5Pre-heat a skillet on the stove and each time, immediately after rolling out a roti, put the roti on the hot skillet, spoon 1 tsp (required amount) of oil around the roti and cook it till it turns golden brown on either side, flipping it every 15-20 sec.

Tip: when you sprinkle some water on the skillet and if it evaporates immediately, that is the right temperature at which you will make your rotis!

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6Blimey! your roti is ready to be served...You can serve it with ketchup, coriander chutney, yogurt etc

You have achieved 2 goals now: Nutrition and Taste! (For your family!)

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