Restauraunt Style Indian Flatbread (Roti)

Restauraunt Style Indian Flatbread (Roti)


"A classic indian flatbread that can be eaten with just about anything! From chicken to curries to breakfast! Spread with butter and sugar or jam for a sweet treat. Or stuff and eat as rolls!"
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  1. Mix all ingredients except water in a bowl, add water, little by little until you form a dough that's not too sticky. If you add too much water, add some more flour.
  2. Kneed dough for 10 minutes and cover with a bowl. Set aside for 2-4 hours or overnight in the fridge.
  3. Break dough into 8 equally sized balls. Roll each one into a flat round circle, add 1/4 tsp of oil and rub over the entire roti. Make a slice from the centre of each roti to the edge. Roll into a cone shape and squish down. Roll the roti back into a flat round circle. Repeat for the rest f the dough.
  4. Heat a non-stick pan medium heat and add a little oil. Fry one roti at a time. Bubbles should form, creating dark spots. Flip over after 2-3 minutes and cook for another 2 minutes. You can flip the roti multiple times to ensure it is evenly cooked.
  5. Serve fresh for crispy rotis. If you prefer softer ones, place in a container lined with paper towels, and reheat in the microwave.


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