Oats, this wholegrain is my all time favourite and my kids do love this fibre rich grains. Obviously my pantry will always have this healthy ingredient. Though i have already posted couple of dishes with this healthy oats, i have still few dishes to cook and share with you all. One of my draft post was this healthy oats masala roti, this roti is prepared with both whole wheat flour and oats, usually grounded rolled oats are added to the whole wheat flour to make the dough. My today's recipe is quite different and definitely a healthy dish to serve everybody at home. Yes a simple stuffing prepared with rolled oats and chopped onions is needed to prepare this excellent Oats Masala Roti.
When served along with a spicy side dish, one can enjoy this healthy oats masala roti without any guilt. This rotis makes a super filling breakfast or brunch and when served warm even kids can enjoy thoroughly without any side dish as the stuffing went in is quite enough to have this roti just like that. The crunchiness of the onions gives an excellent texture to this roti, i just prepared the stuffing with onions, if you want to make this rotis more healthy, you can also add grated carrots, cooked mashed potatoes etc depending upon your wish. This roti is definitely a diabetic friendly dish and a wholesome meal as well. Am posting this dish for this week's blogging marathon as am running this week's theme with Kid's delight - Brunch ideas for kids.Sending to Kid's Delight - Brunch Ideas for Kids hosted by Priya Srinivasan, an event by Srivalli
2cups Wheat flour
1cup Quick Cooking oats
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Cumin seed powder
1/2tsp Pepper powder
1tsp Kasuri methi/dry fenugreek leaves
1no Onion (chopped)
1tbsp Oil (cooking the roti)
Flour for dusting
Take the wheat flour with salt in a large bowl,gradually add the warm water and knead as smooth and soft dough.
Keep aside half an hour.
Meanwhile dry roast the quick cooking oats in simmer.
Take the roasted quick cooking oats in a bowl,add the chilly powder,kasuri methi, chopped onion,cumin seed powder, pepper powder, salt in a bowl. Mix everything well.
Make medium sized balls from the dough,
Roll the dough as small circles, drop enough oats masala filling, bring the edges together and make as a ball.
Dust the dough with flour and roll them as parathas
Meanwhile heat a tawa, drop gently the rolled parathas,drizzle few drops of oil,cook on both sides until they gets well cooked.
Enjoy warm with any sort of chutneys or kurmas.
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