Pani Roti

Difficulty rating 2/5 Serves 3 Takes 00:30

If you're in the mood for some good Pani Roti, but you don't really wanna go around looking for a kadey (especially if it's raining!), here's a quick and simple way to just make it at home... whenever you want!


  • grams of Flour
  • grams of Grated Coconut
  • teaspoon of Salt
  • cup of Water
  • grams of Kithul Hakuru
  • grams of Sago
  • pods of Cardamom
  • stick of Cinnamon
  • grams of Sugar


  • 2 Bowl
  • 2 Frying Pan


  • In a bowl, combine flour, 150g of grated coconut, and salt.
  • Mix dry ingredients while gradually adding water until consistency is doughy and smooth.
  • From large dough, pinch of smaller pieces of dough and roll them in hands to create balls.
  • In a pan, add kithul hakuru on medium heat along with remaining water (or more if needed) and stir until consistency is a thick liquid.
  • Add remaining grated coconut, sago, cardamom, and cinnamon. Mix well.
  • Add sugar and mix well to incorporate all the ingredients.
  • Tilt mixture into a bowl and set aside for a while to cool.
  • Roll out dough balls (use flour if dough balls are too sticky) until dough is roti flat.
  • Place a spoonful of kithul hakuru mixture in the middle of the roti and fold one side of the roti over the other, sealing the mixture inside.
  • In a pan, on medium heat, place rotis on it's side and flip the sides over until cooked.

Dig in!


Sugar quantities can be adjust to taste!

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