Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi-I am sure you are laughing at the title of the post! Well, I was so ready with a recipe for U, which was none other than Ukkarisidha Ragi Roti recipe and when I made it last weekend, the roti turned out hard as a cardboard instead of the promised soft ones!

I had followed the procedure after going through quite a few videos and a few blogs as well and made with confidently.But when it did not work out, I gave up after a couple of roti’s and went hunting for a new one.

I could not find anything interesting so I came up with one! Uppinakayi means pickle in Kannada language and I made an interesting chapthi with a pickle stuffing!


Well, in the announcement post,Srivalli had mentioned that innovative flat breads are also welcome, so I took a chance and posting this recipe under U for the A – Z series of Indian flatbreads.

I have used Tomato onion thokku which is made with grated tomato and onion,cooked with spices and the taste was awesome. As with many of the flat breads in this series, this one too does not need a special side dish.A cup of curd / a tall glass of buttermilk is more than sufficient.

You can use any pickle of your choice. If using pickle with vegetable pieces, you can grind it and apply on the chapathi so that it is easier to roll out and the vegetable pieces will not tear the chapathi.

So here is my Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Take the wheat flour and salt in a bowl and mix well.

Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Add water little by little and knead to a smooth non sticky dough.Add oil and knead once again.

Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Take a small ball of dough and flatten it a little. Apply a little pickle and bring the edges together.

Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Roll out into a circle and cook on a heated griddle till brown spots appear on both sides.

Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Serve with Curd / Raita

Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi

Note:

  • You can use any pickle of your choice. If using pickle with vegetable pieces, you can grind it and apply on the chapathi so that it is easier to roll out and the vegetable pieces will not tear the chapathi.
5 from 6 votes
Uppinakayi Chapathi

A Pickle flavored Chapathi that takes just a few minutes to preapre and is a change from the routine / plain chapathi.

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
Author: PJ
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Oil
  • Pickle - as needed
Instructions
  1. Take the wheat flour and salt in a bowl and mix well.

  2. Add water little by little and knead to a smooth non sticky dough.Add oil and knead once again.

  3. Take a small ball of dough and flatten it a little. Apply a little pickle and bring the edges together.

  4. Roll out into a circle and cook on a heated griddle till brown spots appear on both sides.

  5. Serve with Curd / Raita

Recipe Notes
  • You can use any pickle of your choice. If using pickle with vegetable pieces, you can grind it and apply on the chapathi so that it is easier to roll out and the vegetable pieces will not tear the chapathi.

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11 thoughts on “Uppinakayi Chapathi | Pickle Flavored Chapathi”

  1. If we can have achari paratha then I am sure uppinakayi chapathi is also totally legit. I also had a disaster for my original dish for today and did a shortcut recipe to finally post.
    These chapathis would surely be so flavorsome and tasty! Yum yum!

  2. I can so relate to the innovative chapatis. I have done so myself 🙂 But pickle flavored chapatis whether authentic or innovative, taste divine and an added benefit – no sabji required 🙂

  3. I have never added pickle to a Paratha , specially stuffing the paratha with a pickle sounds absolutely fantastic . Yes it is these Mega Marathons that make us think out of the box !
    Excellent pick and a delicious paratha !

  4. We have seen so many achari parathas in this BM so there is nothing to laugh about it PJ. Adding pickle as the stuffing will make the chapathas super spicy and even thinking about it, I am drooling.

  5. Not laughing at all Padmajha, as you’ve given us such an interesting and innovative flatbread. I’ll definitely try out a pickle chapati. I had tried making girda following a recipe from the internet and it turned out a complete disaster and had to think of an alternate.

  6. OMG this is sinful paratha PJ, makes me want to grab it right away!..what a twist..the other traditional rotis are sometimes so tough to recreate and sometimes ends up being so simple right…

  7. Wow pickle roti, my mouth started watering. Yum. Made some difficult Names in international theme, I was not able to even spell it till last, this is still better.

  8. pickle flavour chapati goes very well with tea or any side dish. even without any sides we simply roll and finish them quickly. Looking great and I love the angle you clicked.

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