Rumali roti


Ingredients

1 1/2 cups wheat flour
1/2 cup maida/all purpose flour
Salt to taste
2 tsp oil

Make a soft dough of the ingredients and keep covered for 1/2 hour. Make small balls and roll out into a thin chapati.Stretch it to make it as thin as possible.

Cook on an inverted wok till brown spots appear on both sides and fold it like a handkerchief.

Serve hot with any spicy side dish
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14 comments:

Parita said...

Wow rumali roti looks so soft...i have never made it at home..must try for me..do you we can make it without using inverted wok?

notyet100 said...

hi ec,u keep the inverted wok on flme right,but wont the non stick cotin of the wok get spoilt or i can use norml inverted kadai??

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

woww...so soft rumal roti///....
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Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Rumali roti looks very soft!!! My sis makes it with inverted wok I havent tried it making like this!!!

EC said...

Thanks all of you for your lovely comments..I had postponed this dish because of the inverted wok..I had only a non-stick pan and so had doubts about the effect on coating..Although I mentioned inverted wok to avoid confusion and kind of stick to the traditional way like most do, I cooked it without inverting the kadai like Asha had done and didnt find much of a difference..Maybe we can try with the normal aluminium kind of kadai if we have..Sorry, in case it was misleading

Chitra said...

Looks good, never seen or tasted rumali roti, must try it once:)

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. nice entry dear.. looks great & really good..

meeso said...

Oh, I'm so hungry, it looks so good!

luckysanjana said...

hmm butter chicken and rumalit roti for me that is a killer combination..........

Ammu said...

Wow! thas really simple & easy to make. Will try soon. Nice entry.

Usha said...

Looks perfect,one of my favorites but I am yet to try this at home....

Divya Vikram said...

Missed a lot of recipes in ur blog! Rumali roti looks too soft n thin!

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks lovely. Nice click.

Valarmathi said...

Rumali roti looks wonderful. Yummyyy...

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