The intense flavors of dill leaves is what makes me crazy enough to buy the green goodness. Having bought bunches of such fresh greens from vegetable vendor, I brainstorm for it’s best use. Every time I end up wondering how amazing it tastes in which it gets in. The super aroma of dill leaves wafts a healthy positive vibe all it’s way of which I am a great fan. I am crazy enough to put a handful dill in most of my vegetable stir fries to elevate the taste. And trust me this bright greens can really make so much difference in your food-life. The influence of Bangalore and it’s people on me is how I remember Dill leaves rotti. Because Bangaloreans have this flatbread on daily basis like it can be present in either or all of their three meals.
My friends and neighbors in Bangalore have profoundly helped me with this recipe and since then it’s part of my cooking. The roots of my love towards rotti or flatbread goes back to my childhood. And those who follow my blog since some time would definitely know how much I discussed about this. It’s mentioned one zillion times in this space that North Karnataka is my food favorite where my I’ve been brought up.
Topping a simple, plain akki rotti with green goodness always kicks the taste and health. In UAE, I do get ample of dill leaves during Winter season and I make this dill leaves rotti often. Pair it with plain coconut chutney or a spicy stir fry, it tastes awesome.
Please note: The rice flakes are included in the recipe to make the flat bread(rotti) soft. Otherwise it may get hard or difficult to chew.