Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Kerala Porotta

All purpose flour - 500 gm
Egg -1 no.
Water - 400 ml
Salt - to taste
Oil - 1 cup

  1. Mix flour, water, egg and salt. Knead well and make soft dough.
  2. Apply oil to the dough and cover it with a wet towel and keep for 1 hr.
  3. Divide the dough to small balls.
  4. Cover these balls with a wet towel and wait for 10 mins
  5. Clean the kitchen counter top and apply oil on the top of it.
  6. Roll the ball using rolling pin or spread the ball with hands
  7. Stretch as maximum as possible.
  8. Apply oil on its surface.
  9. Make small pleats and starting from one end swirl the pleated dough.
  10. Make the pleated dough flat by pressing with our palm.
  11. Take a frying pan and thaw both sides of the porotta until cooked.
  12. Once the porottas are ready, stack and beat from sides.
  13. Delicious Porottas are ready and can be served with chicken, mutton, beef, egg curries.


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