Sweet Potato Roti Flatbread

Soft and chewy, these Indian whole wheat breads are lightly spiced with a touch of sweetness from the potatoes. They are the perfect balance for serving with any spicy curries.
By Sasi Balaraman


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Sweet Potato Roti
Soft and chewy Indian whole-wheat flatbreads made with sweet-potatoes. Though lightly spiced, these rotis are on the sweeter side due to the nature of the vegetable. Perfect for serving with any spicy Indian curries.
Recipe Type: Entree, flatbread
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 10
  • Whole wheat flour - 2 cups
  • 1 large sweet potato, peeled and cubed
  • Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Hing - ½ tsp, optional
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil - 2 tsp
  1. Cook sweet potatoes in boiling water until soft. Let it cool and mash it up really well without any lumps. Add rest of the ingredients and knead until you get a soft & pliable dough. Knead for atleast 15 mins and set aside for 20 mins. Add water (only if needed) while kneading the dough.
  2. Grease your hands and rolling board with oil. Take about ¼ cup of dough and roll it into a ball. Use a rolling-pin or hands, whichever you prefer and flatten the ball into thin circle. Go as thin as you could go.
  3. Heat a griddle and when hot, place the flattened roti on the griddle and cook it until brown spots appear on both the sides. Remove from heat and store it in a covered container.
  4. Serve warm with any spicy side of your choice.

Sasi Balaraman

A south-Indian food enthusiast turned blogger started 'Sasi-Samayal-Kurippu' in an attempt to record and pass-on some of her family's old and traditional recipes. Now, spreading her experimental wings in trying other international/fusion cuisines too. Her idea of recipes are always simple, easy & healthy home-style cooking. Her passion and interest towards cooking, blogging and photography has always gotten the best out of her!

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