Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema | How to make Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema

By Affaf Ali  |  20th Nov 2015  |  
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Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keemaby Affaf Ali
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About Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema Recipe

Pashtiyah or Rice rotis are dishes prepared on special occasion in my in laws family. A popular Bangalore Muslim Cuisine. These rotis are made with rice flour that is steamed cooked first and then rolled out like rotis. Finally they are fried on a pan with very little oil on both sides. These rotis are best teamed with any non veg curry or keema. In this post I have paired these rotis with spicy matar keema.

Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema

Ingredients to make Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema

  • Pashtiyah Recipe:
  • Rice flour - 3cups
  • salt - 1/2 tspn
  • oil - 2 to 3tspn
  • water - 2cups

How to make Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema

  1. In a heavy bottom vessel, add water, salt and oil. Once the water starts boiling, add the rice flour. Reduce the flame and cover the lid for a minute.
  2. Then remove from flame and stir the rice flour till you get a crumbly texture. Close the vessel back with the lid.
  3. Wait for the flour to cool down a bit about 20 minutes. Then with wet hands work on the flour and combine it well till you get a smooth dough like roti dough.
  4. Make small balls like roti. Dust it with dry rice flour and roll out rotis. To get even size I have used a lid of vessel. Cut the excess dough and make all the rotis and stack them. They don't stick. Fry them on a pan with little oil on bot

My Tip:

TIP: In case you feel the dough is too dry add little hot water accordingly. If the dough has become very sticky add some dry flour. So it really depends on the kind of rice flour you are using.

Reviews for Pashtiyah or Rice rotis with Keema (13)

Sankari Ray8 months ago

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Silvia C.a year ago

I msdre the roties today. Little tedious, they break while flattening. But taste is worth trying.
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Hajira Jannath2 years ago

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Silvia C2 years ago

A variation to this recpe. Add half a cup if grated coconut to the dough n they turn out very yummy to have even without the kheema. You can roll out on a plantain leafe and fried wiith the leafe, which should be removed when the roti is flupped over.
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Dhara Shambh2 years ago

will the dough roll out easily with the rolling pin
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Vineeta Ezra2 years ago

should I bring rice flour from any store or I can make it at home? Plz answer.
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monisha dsouza2 years ago

Hi Affafji It looks awesome. just a question besides kheema also there is one more dish with it that also looks very yummy. can you tell me the name and recipe please ?
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Jyotshna Pati2 years ago

woh it's tempting
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Madhumathi Ramaiah2 years ago

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Sowmya Choudhary3 years ago

nice recipe, have you posted the recipe of keema too, it's looks yummy.
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Binita Bhowmik3 years ago

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Kanchan Rohira3 years ago

hi..it sounds interesting. but for 3 cups of rice flour how much water is to be used?
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Rini Chakraborty3 years ago

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