Dibba Rotti – Easy Andhra Breakfast Recipe

Crispy flatbread is known by the name Dibba Rotti in Andhra Pradesh for its texture and apprearence. Dibba is thick and Rotti means bread. So that’s how the name comes to this dish, Dibba Rotti. One can make this and enjoy any time of the day. Traditionally served with Spicy Mango Pickle, it tastes fabulous. It goes well with any spicy and tangy chutney like ginger pickle too.

Rice – 1 Cup
Split Skinless Blackgram – 1 Cup
Green Chillies – 10 or to taste
Ginger – 1 1/2 inch piece
Salt – to taste
Cumin Seeds – 3/4 tsp
Baking Soda – 1/4 tsp
Onion (finely chopped) – 1/2 no
Cilantro (finely chopped) – 2 Tbsp
Oil – 1/4 Cup (add more or less)

Printable Recipe: http://www.sruthiskitchen.com/2014/07/25/dibba-rotti

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Karuna Shetty says:

Yes, something different.. am going to try it out.thanks..

Adina Mor says:

hello good recipe

?can i asked if i can replace the rice with rice flour ,

Syed Razvi says:

Never seen anything like this, looks yummy.

Deadly Guy says:

i like your recipi verymuch

Iqbal Masud Khan says:

Thanks it may be an interesting

Lakshmi Kandhasamy says:


Kanniyan Nirmala says:

can u pl tell me the side dish for it?/

Purnima Rao says:

shruti, it was a pleasure looking at happy faces in my family enjoying this easy and tasty meal. thank you.

Rajneesh Ruhela says:

seems nice and different

Vandana Mishra says:

very nice recipe

Chandu says:


nupur arora says:

will certainly try and share with my gluten free friends

Rajendra Babu Palle says:

Mushroom curry

PARI Gupta says:

hello I liked ur recipe very much…may I knw frm where u bought ur grinder I cannot find any good grinder over here…

Adina Mor says:

hello, can i bake it on oven ?

sanam shazad says:

can i add masalas like red chilli powder aamchoor powder?

bala murugan says:

madam u must be teacher ,so calm ur explaining. I was looking for aadai also called uttappam. I will prepare the dish .thnk u madam

airyfairycelt says:

It took me a long time to get some one from England to bring me urad dal!
I now plan to this delicious breakfast regularly. Thank you for putting ingredients list underneath as it is so helpful.

Indian Food Made Easy says:

nice recipe

bala murugan says:

thank u madam for uttappam recipe

Dharmender Kumar says:

dekhne me itni swadisth lag rahi hai


Its a new dish for me to learn as presented here by Sruthi madam,living in Andhra.
,Rice with skinless black gram,green chillies,ginger,salt,coriander leaves,cumin seeds but not onion and garlic for I do not take,following step by step,when finally prepared,the result was really good.Its healthy,heavy and tasty dish indeed.Its not costly at home and can be shred with so many.I offered my Lord with a glass of lassi.REGARDS. DIDI Jaishreev Devi 2016.

bala murugan says:

madam hw to prepare that brown chutney

Sarath Babu Nalam says:

expect to be a hot and instant favourite for all generations of andhra folks!!!!

Vaishali Deshpande says:

shrutiji pls. be in hindi also

Vandana Mishra says:

you are looking so sweet

Huju Samuel says:


chhaganbhai panchani says:

Good teaching method…easy recipe

Sunita Joshi says:

Hi Shruti..nice recepie wil try it…i wanted to ask you which is your mixer..i m looking for a small one…thank u

N N Rao says:

Really excellent tasty healthy is to made.

mari muthu says:

thanks .

Deadly Guy says:

i like your recipi verymuch

ameena shaik says:

we are waiting more videos for your kitchen
you are not fear show your face well done because some are only showing dishes

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