Coconut Chapathi













  1. Grated Coconut – 1 cup
  2. Sambhar powder – 2 tsp
  3. Wheat flour(atta) – 2 1/2 cup
  4. Salt
  5. Ghee
  6. Coriander leaves(chopped) – 2tbsp
  7. Warm Water













  1. Mix  wheat flour ,grated coconut ,sambhar powder, chopped coriander leaves,salt ,required amount of water and Knead it to a soft dough.keep covered with a damp cloth for about 30 mins.
  2. Make balls out of the dough.Roll out into  flat round shapes using chappathi roller.
  3. Heat tava on medium heat. place the chappathi on the tava and when small bubbles appear turn over.cook until both sides are golden brown.
  4. Remove from pan and brush up both sides with little ghee.

This Recipe  goes to Roti mela  and AFAM


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19 Responses

  1. Seena says:

    With sambar powder? hm,wonderful!

  2. Lata says:

    coconut? that is new.
    Try grated cauliflower paranthas as well.

  3. Lakshmi says:

    Wow..another variation to chapathi. Nice entry to the event Prajusha.

  4. Srivalli says:

    that looks very yummy !..thanks for the entry ..:)

  5. sowmya says:

    nice one…i liked your spicy version too..will try it sometime.

  6. For Spicy Lovers says:

    nice recipe. perfect dish for two events.

  7. Asha says:

    That’s great idea P, good recipe!:)

  8. Asha says:

    I just left a comment, disappeared!

    Great idea to add coconut and sambhar pd, yum!:)

  9. Happy Cook says:

    Wow it sound good, never had a chapatie with all those ingridients. Because of the mela one is learning a lot of different variety

  10. Vaishali says:

    Prajusha, this sounds truly unique and delicious. I love the idea of mixing coconut and sambar powder into the atta. You can be sure I’ll give this a try.

  11. roopa says:

    Very good entry Prajusha:) Nice looking chapathi:)

  12. sukanya says:

    Coconut chapathi looks so good. Very different recipe. Looks great. Never tried this before. YUM!

  13. skribles says:

    by the title i initially thot it mite b a sweet chapathi.
    But this is a wonderful spicy coconut chapathi ! Liked this one …

  14. Jeena says:

    Yummy coconut chaphattis. 🙂

  15. For Spicy Lovers says:

    perfect entry for two events.

  16. Madhavi says:

    WOW lovely coconut chapaties, very nice recipe!!!

  17. Jyothsna says:

    Nice combo of coconut and sambar powder!

  18. Daily Meals says:

    Nice entry…never tried this before…looks great…

  19. vanamala says:

    Sounds good…will try

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