Masala Roti #BreadBakers


Hearing this name masala roti, you might think it is spicy but let me assure you that this is a flavorful  and flaky roti.

Ingredients
2 Cups Whole wheat flour   

1/2 Teaspoon Carom seeds / Ajwain
1/2 Teaspoon Salt 
1 Teaspoon Chaat masala
1 Teaspoon Red chilly powder 
Ghee as required  
Extra flour for dusting / rolling the rotis
Water as required for kneading

Method


Mix together wheat flour, salt and carom seeds and knead into a dough with sufficient water in to a soft dough. Cover and keep aside  to rest at least for 15 minutes.

Divide the dough into equal portions and roll into balls. Dust with a little dry flour and roll into roti.




Apply little ghee on the roti, sprinkle red chilly powder, chaat masala and dry flour.




Make a cut in the roti from the centre outwards and roll it in the shape of a cone to make layers.



Then twist the cone and roll it into a ball see pic 



Press this cone and roll it back into a roti.



Heat a tawa. 




Place the roti on it and cook till the underside is done. Turn it over and cook on the other side too. Apply a little ghee on both sides and cook till golden.



Remove from tawa, sprinkle some chaat masala, hold the  roti in your hands and crush it lighlty so that the layers 
 separate. Transfer into a serving plate and serve hot with any sabzi or have with a hot cup of tea.



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Labels : Rotis, Bread Bakers
sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

17 comments:

  1. Sneha the masala roti looks so crispy and tempting. Must make this with urad dal. I love the way you twist the whole rolled dough.

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  2. I love this quick and easy recipe. So flavorful.

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  3. Love how you make that, that is so cool. Thanks for all the great pictures!

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  4. Love the flakiness of your rotis Sneha and that too out of wheat flour <3 Fabulous!

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  5. You did an excellent job showing the technique in making this roti. It looks so delicious and perfectly browned. I am sure it's delicious!

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  6. What an interesting technique! They are so flaky and delicious looking!!!

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  7. I love the technique photos. Thank you so much!

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  8. I never seen this type of bread prepared. Thanks for the recipe tutorial!

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  9. Very nice procedure, thanks for sharing it with us.

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  10. this flaky texture must be so delicious to sop up spicy curries

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  11. Oh such a wonderfully flaky texture these rotis have! Must try!! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. love the technique and am sure it tastes flavoursome :) I use the same filling for masala chapati , but fold in a little ghee too :)

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  13. What a cool shaping technique! I've had roti before, but I didn't know about the shaping--love it!

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  14. What a flaky and delicious masala roti. They look sooooo yummy!!

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  15. Looks delicius and so soft. I like very much the step by step presentation.I love these a lot! chowringhee restaurent in satyaniketan

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  16. I thought about trying this recipe but it looked complicated so I just ordered it form restaurant. Result was a solid and taste is like wow. kati roll online order

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