Wheat Bran Roti

As a continuation to the previous posts in which a dietitian friend of mine has stressed on the need for protein and fiber in our diet, I am posting these Wheat Bran Rotis.

This recipe has been suggested by my friend, Pooja for people on a wheat based diet. Also this is diabetes friendly. Please note that the quantities mentioned in the recipe are for one person per meal. 

I totally agree that to be able to eat the wheat bran needs some persistence and will power. But I am sure the health conscious folks out there would be willing to give it a try!! Personally I didn't find it so hard to eat these. I can't say that about the rest of my family!

This forms part of CCChallenge for the month of December, Week 1.

Ingredients - 

Wheat Flour 2 Tbsp
Wheat Bran 2 Tbsp
Warm water as needed

*Note that there is no salt added to the dough

Method Of Preparation -

Mix the wheat flour and wheat bran along with warm water. Knead into a soft dough.

Cover and set aside for 5 min.

Heat the griddle/tawa.

Pinch the dough into 2 equal parts and roll each of them into a thin circle (roti).

Gently place the dough circle on the hot griddle.

After bubbles appear, flip it and after a few seconds, cook it on a flame directly or on a phulka griddle. This ensures that the roti puffs out resulting in a soft roti.

Cover in a paper lined box and make another roti.

Serve it with curry of your choice.

Preparation Time 15 min
Makes 2 
Posted by Harini R on Saturday, December 7, 2013

14 comments

  1. Arthy shama Says:
  2. Roti is unique and healthy as well, so what is this wheat bran, are they available in grocery stores?

     
  3. I make wheat rotis with bran added to it... and i love them...

     
  4. Usha Rao Says:
  5. Sounds like a healthy roti. I should tell my about this recipe, as it is diabetic friendly.

     
  6. Very simple and healthy roti.

     
  7. Suja Says:
  8. Healthy Roti's, nicely done :)

     
  9. Vinitha Says:
  10. That packs a punch of protein. Does it stay soft for lunch boxes or is it better to consume hot off the stove?

     
  11. Janani Says:
  12. wow I love the combo its noon here and I am super hungry looking at it.

     
  13. i actually am used to eating wheat based products as my Mom always made things with wheat - as a nurse she was always health conscious so I am sure I would like the taste as I am used to it

     
  14. Srivalli Says:
  15. Wow Harini love that plate..so neatly shot and healthy as well..I wish you will record more of these healthy dishes from your friend!

     
  16. Pavani N Says:
  17. That is such a healthy & fiber rich roti.
    I think you meant to say 2cups wheat flour & 2tbsp wheat bran. Right Harini??

     
  18. @Pavani - I meant 2 Tbsp of wheat Flour and 2 Tbsp of wheat bran which will make 2 rotis for a single serving for one person.

     
  19. Sapana Behl Says:
  20. I too add wheat bran in flour and always make rotis like that ! Such a healthy platter....

     
  21. super healthy and delicious...

     
  22. bindumolleti Says:
  23. Can you please share video on how to make this roti, iam unable to roll thin.
    Tia

     
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