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Coconut Roti | Pol Roti – Sri Lankan Cuisine

By Simplytadka1
Coconut roti or pol roti is eaten almost every day for breakfast in Sri Lanka. Pol roti is made with freshly grated coconut, flour and salt. It’s just like thick tortillas. For more variation, you can add onion, chilies and wheat flour instead of plain flour which makes this recipe healthier.  Coconut Roti | Pol Roti – Sri Lankan Cuisine
This pol rotis are soft and full on flavor of coconut which adds the richness and natural sweetness. Even you can store the leftover rotis for another day. Coconut Roti | Pol Roti – Sri Lankan Cuisine
Coconut Roti | Pol Roti – Sri Lankan Cuisine
Preparation Time: 30 Minutes Cooking Time: 15 Minutes Servings: 4 Category: Breakfast Cuisine: Sri Lanka Recipe Source:  My SriLankan Recipes 
Ingredients 2 Cups All Purpose Flour/ Maida 1 Cup Fresh Coconut, Grated 1 Onion, Chopped 2 Green Chilies, Finely Chopped Salt to Taste Water, as needed 1 Tbsp. Oil
Instructions: Add flour, coconut, onion, chilies, salt and oil together in bowl. Add water and knead smooth dough as chapatti type. If your dough is still sticky then add extra flour for soft and smooth dough. Now cover with damp cloth and keep aside for 30 minutes to rest. Heat the tawa or griddle on medium flame. Divide the dough into eight equal parts and roll them out into 5 inch circles.   Cook the roti on the tawa from the both sides until to brown spots on the surface. Continue the same procedure with other balls. Serve warm pol roti with coconut sambol or any curries.
Notes: You can add 1:1 ratio of maida and wheat flour for healthy version.
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Coconut Roti | Pol Roti – Sri Lankan Cuisine
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