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Prep time : 20 mins
Cook time : 30 mins
Total time : 30 mins
Main Ingredient : Rice
48 reviews so far
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 22, 2019
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A favorite Andhra breakfast is Minappa (Urad dal) roti that is more popularly known as 'Dibba' (fat) roti.
IsaCuomo Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
You made me hungry now!
fyshy1 Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
Thank you Chef for your uploads.. you are an inspiration to my cooking and what you show I am using to further my own culinary depth. Keep up the great work... :)
phoenix3430 Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
chef my only problem when i watch your vids is i get hungry and i tried this dibba roti,my son and i thank you,we just love it
nadeem26 Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
you r my boss
italyf1facup Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
I find it funny when he tastes it because he doesnt even say anything lol.
rriturajg Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
yaar bhookh lag gayi!!
i am going to the indian store and buying frozen utpams like right now!
Christie N Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
I love this guy!
Butuzucki Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
i love your cooking too ! ! !
Aby Mathew Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009
love it! from Houston, TEXAS!!!
My mom makes something similar to this. She uses wheat flour instead of rice/dal dough. I try to make it also here in US. Great with pickle or some sambar!! :)
Esunshine hope Posted on Sat Apr 18 2009
wow what a coincident !!! "dibba" in our language Iraqi Chaldo Assyrian mean fat too hhhhhhhhhh
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