Jonna rotte | How to make Jonna rotte
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About Jonna rotte Recipe
In Telugu, Jonnalu is jowar and rotte is roti. Rotis form an integral part of Telangana cuisine and also in Northern Karnataka. Rotis made from wheat flour, jowar flour and bajra flour form a staple food along with rice. Since, these rotis are prepared by hand tap rather than using a rolling pin, it is generally thought that it is a difficult process. I totally differ from that opinion. Kneading the flour to the right consistency, tapping it in the proper way and knowing the roasting techniques, makes it very easy to prepare. Many cooks ensure that that perimeter of the rotte is smooth and not broken and uneven. Also, if tapped properly and roasted properly, these rotis would puff like puris. A few basic tips and everyone can master hand tapped jonna rotte or sajja(bajra) rotte. Most of the people in Telangana region have these rottelu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Pickles, chutneys, roasted curries, gravies, mutton dishes, chicken dishes .. everything goes well with these rotis. Also, if one desires, ghee or white butter can be added to rotis while serving. The same technique can be applied to any kind of gluten free flours, like bajra, makkai, ragi etc.
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Ingredients to make Jonna rotte
- 2 cups of flour
- to knead
- to taste