Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Roomali Roti

Hai friends today i am coming with nice Indian Bread called Roomali roti.This is very famous in India.This can be fold like kerchief and we can unfold like the roti.This recipe be can be made by 2 versions but i can show only one.This i got from Sanjay Tumma the chef for vahrehvah blog.I first show this recipe in his website.When i try this it came out good.My husband and me became fans for this roti.Today i want to share with u guys.



Ingredients:

Wheat flour(Atta)-1 cup

Maida-1 cup

Rice flour-2 tsp

Salt to taste

Ghee-1 tsp


Method:In Bowl mix wheat flour, maida, salt and mix them together.


To this dry ingredients add water make a smooth & elastic dough and set aside for 15 minutes.





Now make 2 small balls of the dough andpress them with ur fingers as shown in the picture.

Apply ghee to one side spread the ghee side to the rice flour


Now put them together with the fat side facing each other roll like a thin chapati




The chapathi should be very thin as sanjay tummma told it should be like tissue.



Now place the tawa and heat it.




It should be very hot so that the roti should not stick to the tawa.

Place the rumali roti carefully over it and cook till they puff up and cook it on both sides.Now u will be able to seperate the two layers. Fold it like a handkerchief and again we can fold like the chapathi.















Serve hot with curry and salad.



I think u all guys like this and will try this.

28 comments:

  1. vinee
    What a delicious one.Rumali roti i have seen the same from vahreh vah chef..but not yet tried..
    very well explained..good work yarr..
    sure will try it thanks for sharing

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  2. Hey nice yaar...........great effort.

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  3. WOw!!!!
    Lovely roomali roti's...
    Haven't tried so far...
    Thx. for sharing dear :-)

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  4. Described well with nice pics.

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  5. Thats a fantastic roti, worth to try..thanks for sharing..

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  6. roti looks so perfect...must try this..thx for sharing, dear

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  7. Wowwwwwww.. looks sooo beautiful dear... nice post.. thanks for sharing!!

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  8. Thank u very much Prani.This recipe i got from the vahrehvah only.Its completely his recipe only.

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  9. Thank u very much Aruna.Try this u will love it.

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  10. Thank u very much Hari chandana.

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  11. First time Im seeing how to make this.. Lovely dear.. I will sure try this recipe.

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  12. U made rumali roti at home! Never made it before:) I am sure its a very difficult but tasty roti. Wanna try ur method soon.

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  13. Wow.. this is awesome dear. I love this kind of roti and thought its hard to make it home.. but your version looks really good and thanks for the stepwise pictures. It will surely help me. :)

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  14. Thank u very much Ann.Try u guys like this.

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  15. Try this u will love it and its very simple to prepare at home viki.

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  16. Thank u very much Nithya for the wonderful comment.

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  18. Whooo, thats a perfect, soft, thin...fluffy roti for sure, love it.

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  19. Im new to blogging...So when im blogging i came across yours..mmm nice lovely blog vineela....nice recipe too....the step by step process is also so nice and clear to understnd...

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  20. Wow Very lovely step by step presentation of the roti.Thanks for visiting my blog.
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  21. Thank u very much Premalatha.Sure dear.

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  22. Thank u very much Kiran.Thank u for the reply dear.

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