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Mas Aluvi Roshi (Fish and Potato flat breads)

September 6, 2009

Aluvi Farata[1]

Serves 5



2 cups plain white flour

Hot water ( enough to knead the dough)

2 tbsp oil

1 tsp salt or according to taste


2 medim size potatoes (peeled, boiled and mashed thoroughly)

130 g smoked tuna valhoa mas (or 1 tin tuna, drained)

½ onion (finely chopped)

12 curry leaves (finely chopped)

3 green chillies (finely chopped)

½ tsp black pepper (coarsely ground)

1 ½ tsp salt or according to taste

Oil to apply on Roshi while cooking

Preparation of dough

  1. Put flour into a bowl. Add salt and oil.
  2. Gently knead the dough by mixing water.
  3. Make into a medium soft dough and divide into 10 balls.
  4. Smoothen the balls and leave aside.

Preparation of the filling

  1. Mix onion, salt, curry leaf, pepper and green chille.
  2. Add the potato and tuna flakes. Mix thoroughly.
  3. Divide the filling into 10 equal parts.

Preparation of roshi

  1. Take one piece of the prepared dough and make a dent.
  2. Stuff with the filling. Close and make into a round ball.
  3. Dust the ball with flour and roll out into (20 cm wide) roshi or flat breads (roll gently, dusting with flour)
  4. Heat a pan and put the roshi. Toss and cook each side by applying a drop of oil on each side. Cook till the roshi is slightly brown.
  5. Serve hot with any dry curry or a mushuni.
3 Comments leave one →
  1. Jumbo Jet permalink
    September 6, 2009 2:36 pm

    mus? not mas?
    how much salt did u say?

    • dhumashi permalink*
      September 6, 2009 3:37 pm

      thanks..made the changes!

  2. mohamed permalink
    January 2, 2012 4:19 am

    cool !!

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