Days have been quite crazy preparing for the Women’s Day function.We have been practicing our two dance items for almost two and a half months now and the final day is almost here. Apart from song selection, dancer selection and choreographing, I am also involved in costume design, stage design; basically everything. It is sapping me of all energies : physical and mental and so I am unable to think of anything new to cook.
Anyways, the other day I managed to make some frankies as it was friday and I wanted to eat something different. I did not have any maida flour so decided to try rice flour instead and make these gluten free rolls. I used minimum oil so they may not be as tasty as the roadside yummy ones dripping in oil but still a decent substitute. Below are pics of our two dances:
Rice flour – 1 cup
Boiled potatoes – 2
Onion – 1
Green chillies, green coriander, salt, chilli powder, lemon juice
– Make dough out of rice flour and cook chapatis out of them.
– Mash the potatoes and add all spices
– To assemble, put some mashed potato mix in the centre and top it up with onions, squeeze more lime juice and cover the roll.
– Serve with more onions and cut them into two. You may fry the chapatis and the mashed potatoes to bring more flavour but I prefer this oil free healthier version.