The way they make them in the restaurants is really very interesting part as they throw them up in the air to make them thinner. I don't think we can ever do the same at home. I have rolled them as thin as possible and they were really good.
Flour/maida ..... 2 cups
Oil / ghee ......... 2 tbsps
Salt ................ to taste
Baking soda ... a pinch
Water / milk ... to knead
1. Knead the dough with all the above ingredients. Set it aside well covered or wrapped in a cellophane for atleast 1 hour.
2. Roll out a small portion of it into a very thin roti.
3. Invert a wok/kadai on the gas burner. Let it become hot. Place the roti on it and turn it for a couple of times quickly until done. It has to remain soft..so don't over-cook it.
4. Fold it and keep in a foil immediately so that it remains soft.
Serve it with tikkas/makhni dal/butter chicken....it goes with anything.
Hi Shobha ,ReplyDelete
Mine is the first comment Shobha :-)
Rumali roti looks soft and
Neat presentation as Usual:-)
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Looks very soft..bookmarked it.ReplyDelete
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I love this Romali roti... Will try...ReplyDelete
Must try and give me the feed backDelete
Wow so soft n yummy n came out perfectReplyDelete
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Yes Akila.. I am also happy with the resultDelete
i lov romali roti.. soft and thin rotis... nice recipe..ReplyDelete
Nice preparation...looks yummy and perfect..ReplyDelete
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Thanks for the compliment ShabbuDelete
Super soft roomali rotis...very nicely madeReplyDelete
Rotis look soft and delicious, just perfect.ReplyDelete
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Such soft rotis...and well explained...:)ReplyDelete
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I've tried rumali once.. but not this way... will try this method next timeReplyDelete
Sure Reshmi.. do try and let me knowDelete
Wow, it looks super soft and awesomeReplyDelete
wow..roti looking really so delicious...and thanks for sharing nice and easy method of preparing..will try this sooonnnReplyDelete
Thanks Chitra.. do make and share the feed backDelete
soft and delicious rumali roti...ReplyDelete
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This is what I want to learn to do! Thank you for this post. Bookmarking.ReplyDelete
Oh Wow.. glad I posted it Alida :)Delete
so soft rumali roti. thanks for sharingReplyDelete
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Soft and yummy roti,looks wonderful.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot SujaDelete
wow superb dear !!!!the rumali rotis hav come out so well !!!!!ReplyDelete
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I've always wanted to make roti. I didn't realize that it was a painfully long experience. ThanksReplyDelete
Oh dear.. not really .. only thing is we need to roll them very thinDelete
wow... rumali roti looks so soft and delicious... thanks for linking it with Guest Quest...ReplyDelete
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my hubby and kids love rumali roti i did attempt somethng like this ages ago but didnt turn out the way it shows here..ReplyDelete
i had been away on a mini break and just posted one sweet dish today.
come and have a look
Oh Meena, give it a try again.. will check out urs too.Delete
Wow! This looks so good. I will give it a try:)ReplyDelete
Sure dear.. thanksDelete
This looks delicious. I love any kind of roti, but I usually only eat it when I visit with my sisters...that way I can over-indulge and not feel bad because I only do it once in a while! LOL
Thanks for sharing.
Once in a way indulgence is good.Life is to enjoy
A wonderful space you have. Glad to follow you. The process how you made rumali roti is really awesome.ReplyDelete
Inviting to visit my space at your leisure,
Thanks a lot Sanoli.. Welcome on my space.Delete
I will surely do the same.