Are you bored of eating simple roti or parantha daily? Then why not try Maharashtra’s all-time popular amboli (amboli is also a hill station’s name in the state). The thick, soft and fluffy preparation, which looks like a pancake, is made of rice, pulses and herbs and is a great option for breakfast or brunch. Easy to prepare, it can be enjoyed with coconut chutney. And masala tea is a bonus. Rekha Diwekar, who often experiments with traditional recipes, recently shared the recipe.Amboli, a mixture of rice, pulses and herbs as well as spices is known to be extremely filling and a good option for people looking for nutritious options.Amboli, a mixture of rice, pulses and herbs as well as spices is known to be extremely filling and a good option for people looking for nutritious options5 cups- Rice (preferably patni variety) 1 cup – chana dal1 cup – Urad dal 1/3 cup – Coriander seeds2tsp – Methi seeds1tsp – Chilli powderSalt to taste1/4tsp – Turmeric or haldiSome crushed garlic1 cup – Buttermilk or curdMethod* Grind all the ingredients together.* Keep in air tight container (glass bottle).Making amboli* Add water and little chaas/curd.* Keep aside for one hour* Add chilli powder, salt, haldi and garlic (crushed)* Now heat an iron/cast iron tawa, add little oil and spread over it.* Now spread one big spoon of the above mixture on tawa and cover with lid.* Heat on a small flame.* After one side is done, turn upside down and again heat for two minutes.* Now remove from tawa and eat with ghee and mirchi pickle.Note: Coriander seeds and methi seeds quantity can be altered per individual taste.