Ragi & Atta Roti and Jeera Aloo

BlogHop is introducing me to so many wonderful blogs and some mouth watering recipes.   I'm posting Neha's  Jeera Aloo from  From My Heart  (visited for bloghop5) and  Umm's Ragi Atta Roti  from Taste Of Pearl City  (visited for bloghop4 ). I missed last bloghop post so friends combined both of them together this week. Neha's sabzi and Umm's roti made a wonderful combo and we all loved it at home.

Jeera Aloo

Oil-1 tbsp 

Cumin seeds-1\2 tsp
Potatoes-2 cups(boiled  till fork tender and cubed)
Coriander powder- 1tbsp
Red chili powder-1\2 tsp
Turmeric powder-1\4 tsp
Garam masala powder-1\2 tsp
Lemon Juice - 1/2 tbsp 
Salt to taste
Fresh coriander-1 tbsp(chopped)
  1. Heat oil in a wide pan and cumin seeds.
  2. When cumin turns golden add potato cubes.
  3. Fry the potato for 2 minutes and add all dry powders.
  4. Fry for 3-4 mins and lemon juice and remove from heat.
  5. Add chopped coriander and serve with roti

Ragi and Atta Roti

Wheat flour - 1 cup
Ragi flour - 1/2  cup
Dill -  2 tbsp chopped finely (Original recipe used kasuri methi - 2 tsp and ajwain - 1 tsp).
Salt- 1/2 tsp
Oil- 2 tsp
Water- to knead the dough( about 1 cup)

  1. Boil a cup of water with salt and oil .
  2. Add ragi flour and mix well and cook it for 3-4 minutes covered on low.
  3. Remove from heat and when its cool enough to handle add dill.
  4. Add wheat flour little by little and  knead to a soft dough.
  5. Divide the dough into 8 equal balls.
  6. Roll it out into 10 to 12 cm diameter circle.
  7. Heat a skillet pan to high. 
  8. Cook the chapathi on both sides, until it bubbles and looks lightly brown on top.
  9. Serve it with Jeera Aloo :) or any curry of your choice.
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  1. Healthy and nutritious roti, both looks fabulous..

  2. Looks so delicious and love the clicks ...

  3. Yummy combo and nice pictures. Thank you Neha for trying my recipe.

  4. beautifully prepared healthy comforting meal. I love such food.

  5. wow, the combo on the plate looks mouth watering, aloo sabzi is welcome any time of the day and any day of the year on my plate.

  6. Healthy and delicious platter,drool worthy

  7. perfectly done potatoes..mine always get a little over cooked

  8. So authentic and homely pics :D.. Perfect Dinner... My fav :)

  9. wow lovely combo and looks delicious ......

  10. aaloo all time fav..n ragi..a health food..grt combo!

  11. looks really delicious....lovely combo

  12. Delicious. I Love jeera aloo and that too when aloo has skins :))

  13. looks delicious and also healthy combo ......

  14. A comfort meal for me ...I do this most of the same with wheat flour roti ...that platter is just yum

  15. Luks deliciously good and yummy combo with roti.Luv ur recipes and following U.

  16. Yummy combo...Nutritiously rich platter!!
    Thanx for dropping at my space :-))
    Glad to follow you ,
    Hope you'll visit again and follow my space too !

  17. Great combo...love the flavor of jeera with aloo a lot...

  18. jeera aloo looks so yum...
    glad to follow u....do visit my blog when u gettime..
    thanks in advance

  19. Delicious combo...
    Hey dear, I used store bought dabeli masala. You get it in Indian grocery store here in US.

  20. Wonderful combination...and the raagi roti is so healthy.

  21. The roti looks gr8...even i prepare this kind of roti some times...and Aloo jeera looks interesting...wi try next time

  22. Delicious platter of food ~ love it!

  23. Nice combo and I like the raagi roti and bookmarking it. Nice to meet you here. Plz visit my space when u r getting time.

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