Grapes and Akki Rotti

Grapes and Akki Rotti

Akki rotti is a yummy rice-based breakfast option found commonly in Karnataka. The term rotti in India means rice bread.  Akki rotti is a healthy and nutritious choice for growing kids. It is one of the best lunchbox menu for kids. Here is the quick and easy recipe to get started.

Grapes and Akki Rotti


  • Rice flour –  1 cup
  • Grated carrots – 2 tablespoons
  • Finely Chopped onion 2 tablespoons
  • Finely chopped coriander leaves – 2 tablespoons
  • Pepper powder – 1 teaspoon
  • Ghee/oil – 2 tablespoons
  • Water – ¼ Cups
  • Salt to taste


Method To Prepare

  1. Add grated carrots, finely chopped onion and coriander leaves, pepper powder and salt to the rice flour. Add water little by little and form a soft dough, the water quantity can vary a little. Use only as per need, the dough should not be watery.
  2. Once the dough is made, allow it to rest for 10-15 minutes
  3. Meanwhile, switch on the flame, place a pan and grease it well with ghee.
  4. Take an aluminum foil/parchment paper and grease it well oil. We need this to make flat akki rottis.
  5. Grease your hands well with oil/ghee. Take a small part of the dough and spread the rice dough lightly using your fingers. If the edges cracks, dip your finger in water and spread it thin/ thick as per your choice.
  6. Kids prefer thin akki rotti because of its crunchy nature.
  7. Once the pan is hot enough, lower the flame and lift the aluminum foil and reverse it on the hot tawa.
  8. Cook the base so that it gets firm. It will usually take 2-3 seconds. Now, gently remove the foil.
  9. Sprinkling some ghee/oil to prevent dryness of rottis and press gently.
  10. Cook the akki rottis evenly on both sides. You need to stop when you see light brown spots on the akki rotti. It usually takes 1-2 minutes each side in medium flame.
  11. Repeat the same procedure for rest of the akki roti dough.
  12. Serve the akki rotti with green chutney


  1. While preparing the akki rotti dough, avoid adding too much water. The consistency of the dough should be similar to chapati dough.
  2. Avoid making akki rotti too thick, since the dough needs time to cool. Sometimes, the rotti’s can remain half cook and trouble your tummy if they are too thick.
  3. Add different grated vegetables of your choice to make the akki rotti more nutritious and healthier.
  4. If you find the dough cracking while making akki rotti, seal the cracks using little water.




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