Roti/Chapati


Roti is flatbread , made from wholemeal flour, traditionally known as atta, and water that is combined into a dough. This is simple to follow how to make roti recipe.

Roti/Chapati

Roti is flatbread , made from wholemeal flour, traditionally known as atta, and water that is combined into a dough. This is simple to follow how to make roti recipe.


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Preparation Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 30 min

Total Time: 40 min

Recipe type: Vegetarian Recipe
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 2-3

Ingredients

Whole Wheat Flour (Chapati Flour) – 2 cups
Salt – 1/2 tsp (optional)
Oil – 4 tsp
Warm Water – 3/4 cup

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All-purpose flour – for rolling and dusting

Instructions

    1. In a large mixing bowl, mix Chapati Flour and Salt well.

2. Add Oil and mix until all lumps are gone.

3. Add Warm Water a little at a time to form a medium soft dough ball. Do not overwork the dough.

4. Add few drops of Oil and coat the dough ball. Cover and let it rest for 15 minutes.

5. Heat Tawa or skillet on medium heat.

6. Knead the dough once and divide into golf ball size balls.

7. Dip one ball into the All-purpose flour to coat and roll it out into a thin disc. Keep dipping the rotli into the dry flour to prevent it from sticking to the rolling surface.

8. Shake or rub off excess flour from the rotli and place it onto the hot tawa.

9. Flip to the other side once you see bubbles appear on the surface. Allow it to cook for 10-15 seconds.
10. Increase the stove heat to High, gently pick the rotli up with tongs, remove the tawa off of the flame, flip the rotli over and place onto an open flame.
11. The rotli should balloon up. Flip it over and cook on the other side.
12. Place the cooked rotli into an insulated container and smear it with Ghee or clarified butter and repeat the process for the remaining dough.Makes approx 10-12 rotlis.

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