Avocado Roti/Chapati

The things with avocado’s while living in mumbai is that either you find a very ripe one or raw that takes forever to ripen and when it does it suddenly has lost its charm. But since that has not deterred me from buying them off the shelves I end up wasting them often…Infact that was in the past, now with this recipe I have learnt how to use leftover avocado’s. And did I forget to mention that I do not need to add any mohan(oil/ ghee) to the dough when I add this.


Super soft and tasty , fluffy chapati’s even hours after it is made.

My zero oil theme for BM run fits perfectly with this recipe…


Ingredients
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup avocado pulp
salt to taste
water as kneaded
Method
1) Add the salt to the flour.
2) Next add the pulp and rub it well.
3) Add water as required to make a soft pliable dough
4) Let the dough rest for about 10-20 min
5) Pinch out small balls and roll it out
6) Roast the rotis on a hot griddle on high flame on one side
7) Flip over and reduce the flame. Let it puff up
8) Flip once again.  Pierce the roti to vent out.

Serve with your favorite side dish

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14 responses to “Avocado Roti/Chapati

  1. Oh my good!!! That looks so soft and so delicious!!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event – CWF – Whole Wheat Flour
    Ongoing Event – Eggless Bakes and Treats

  2. That a very nice recipe. will try it out

  3. Now that's really one interesting recipe P!..way to go..not yet tried avocados myself..should get the courage to try the unknown!..:)

  4. Valli has company :D, I also have never tried avocado :D.

    The rotis look super soft 🙂

    And hey, hubby is still in HK, so the list is welcome 😀

  5. Avocados gives a wonderful texture to the rotis, soft rotis looks fabulous.

  6. Good one. I too amke these roti's offen.

  7. Amazing recipes.. I believe the good fat in avocado will do all the magic of oil/ghee..

  8. my parents ate avocado every night with dinner but from a child I never liked it. however, a tip to get avocados to ripen is to keep them wrapped in a brown paper bag and they will ripen within a day or two

  9. Yummy. Avocados keep rotis softer for a long time.

  10. lovely soft ones, Pradnya 🙂

    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds

  11. Never used Avacodo. This chapthi sounds yum..

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