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Monday, April 20, 2009

Koki


This koki i make it very frequently.I learnt this from Tarla dalal long back and very often i make this.My mom's likes this a lot and also my m-law likes this.She learnt from me and prepares it for her mom.I made little changes in this koki.

Ingredients:-

Wheat flour 2 cups
Coriander 1 bunch (finely chopped)
Onions 2 (finely chopped)
Pudina few leaves (finely chopped)
Menthi leaves (fenugreek) 1/2 bunch (finely chopped)
Cumin seeds 1tbsp
Salt as per taste
Oil

Method:-

Mix all the ingredients with very little water and make a hard dough (onion and green leaves water)
Roll out koki into round shapes and fry it on a tava by applying oil on both sides.
Serve hot with curd and pickle.

27 comments:

  1. wow.. nice entry.. looks perfect .. great click dear..

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  2. nice entry dear, drooling;)

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  3. Thanx Srikars kitchen
    Thanx chitra

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  4. Yummy dish, we make something like this called Masale rotti. Looks delcious! :)

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  5. nice recipe perfect with curd na yum yum ummm i like to ad some green chilies also....

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  6. Hi Varunavi,
    Unusual name :) I too love Tarla dala's recipes :) shall try this one coz we always have rotis for dinner ...thanks for sharing the recipe sweetie :)
    TC

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  7. name Koki for me is new, but the rotis look delish Varnuvai :). Hope u had a nice weekend.

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  8. Name is new to me but looks really great... Simple to make and variations in food is what we all foodie work for ;)

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  9. I have never had this, looks so yumm.

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  10. New to me..Looking perfect vrunavi..

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  11. looks so good varunavi. would like to try.

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  12. wow it looks greattt dear!!

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  13. Nice Post. This is something new to me. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  14. I like the name 'Koki'....looks yum and perfect....Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Thats a delicious rotti with those aromatic leaves...yummy rotti Varuna!

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  16. so easy and looks delicious.

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  17. I never tried this recipe. Even this name is new to me Koki peculiar name and Thanks for sharing

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  18. Pudina, methi & Cilantro leaves in roti? Would have been very aromatic and tasty! :)

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  19. loks delicious varunavi..yummy yummy :)

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  20. Nice koki,y dont you send this for the cilantro event dear..:)

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  21. Koki sounds interesting and simple.

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  22. Looks delicious! Nice recipe..

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  23. Good job on making a Sindhi recipe.Loved the way you made it.Enjoyed your recipe.
    I am new here and will blogging some sindhi recipes on my webpage.

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