A Quick Roti Flatbread

A delicious accompaniment to all dishes

A Quick Roti | Indian Flatbread | Vegetarian | A Life TIme of Cooking

This roti-style flatbread is very easy to make and is a delicious accompaniment to all dishes. Soup, curries, lentils, braises and many more. Tonight it was a very early snack/dinner of sautéed mushrooms with some quickly whipped up buttery roti. A super combination.

You may also like any of our breads, or farinatas. Check out our Dosa recipes too. Or explore all of our Indian Recipes or here.

A Quick Roti | Indian Flatbread | Vegetarian | A Life TIme of Cooking

A Quick Roti Style Flatbread

Mix together some plain flour and some besan – maybe 1.5 cups of plain and 3/4 cup besan. Stir in 1 tspn eno and salt to taste. The eno makes it lighter. Add a little melted ghee or olive oil and then gradually add water until a pliable dough forms. Take a medium-small ball of dough and roll into a circle. Heat a tawa or flat pan, adding a little ghee. Cook the roti on the pan, flipping after a couple of minutes. Drizzle a little ghee or olive oil on the topside and around the outside of the cooking roti. When the second side is cooked, remove from heat and serve.

recipe notes
Great for eating with something moist – dals, wet curries, sautéed mushrooms.

Eno helps to make the dough lighter. You can use a little baking powder instead of eno.

A Quick Roti | Indian Flatbread | Vegetarian | A Life TIme of Cooking

 

 

Author: Ganga108

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