Roasted rice flour - 2 cups
Water - 2 cups
Salt - ta taste
1. Seive the roasted rice powder using a fine mesh.
2. In a vessel boil the water with salt.
3. When it boils add the rice flour with constant stirring (For 1 cup of rice flor take 1 cup of water). Do not keep it idle because the flour get burnt and stick to the bottom. Keep it on simmer for 10-15 seconds and turn of the flame.
4. Apply some coconut oil to your palms and knead the dough thoroughly with your hands. Do it in a single stretch. Pathiri will be softer if you knead it when the dough is still hot. Knead it until the dough becomes uniformly smooth and less sticky.
5. Roll out small portions of the dough into lime sized ball and flatten it between the palms to give it shape.
6. Flatten it into thin pathiri.
7. Heat a non-stick tawa and when it become hot, lower to medium flame and place each pathiri on it. Flip over after 10-15 seconds and press on the center with back of a flat spoon and wait till it puffs up. Wait for another 30 seconds. You should flip the pathiris when the steam is coming from it. Do not allow the pathiris to get burned. It should be white in color.
Serve with any curry of choice.