Roghni Roti #BreadBakers


Roghni Roti is a flat bread which is cooked on a flat or slightly concave iron griddle called a tava. This is served hot and brushed with ghee or butter. It can be used to scoop other foods, or served stuffed with a filling. This is a deliciously soft roti.

Ingredients


1.1/2 Cups All Purpose Flour
1.1/2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour
3 Tablespoons heaped Ghee
1/2 Cup Milk
3 Tablespoon Cream
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 Tablespoon Sugar
1 Teaspoon Instant Yeast
Extra Ghee / Butter for brushing

Method
Mix salt, sugar , yeast and ghee with the flour til it resembles bread crumbs. Add milk and cream and knead to a soft dough. cover and leave it aside for an hour to rise.



Dived the dough in 8 portions, take 1 ppoortion between your plams roll inot a ball, lightly dust the ball with flour, place on a rolling board,  roll it out to a disc a of about 6 inches.


Repeat this step with all the portions of dough.   Keep aside for minutes.

  

Heat a griddle, place the roti and cook on one side until light and golden.  then flip and cook till golden and crisp.


Remove and brush with ghee. Serve .


Sending this to Bread Bakers - Theme: Flat Bread - Yeasted, our host for this month is Chef Mireille's East West Realm 

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  • sneha datar
    sneha datar

    Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

    16 comments:

    1. I love roti bread and I'm so glad you shared this recipe.

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    2. I love that there are so many amazing flatbreads to choose from in India! This roti sounds delicious!

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    3. Amazing puff!! Your roti looks so perfect! Can't wait to try this!

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    4. Delicious..... Love the look of your Roti....

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    5. Thanks so much for posting this recipe. It is definitely going on my to make list.

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    6. I must admit that I have heard of roti before but never knew exactly what form it took and to see yours is such a valuable learning lesson for me. Beautifully done!

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    7. Absolutely beautiful! I can only imagine how good it smells.

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    8. That looks pretty much like melt-in-your-mouth Roti, Sneha! Perfect!

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    9. Wow, perfectly made yeasted rotis. They look great.

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    10. It sounds similar to naan but boy it really puffs up!

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    11. I am so impressed with your perfectly rolled thin circles of dough, Sneha! They look like you cut them out with a circle cookie cutter, they are that perfect.

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    12. So jealous of your perfect roti! I'm going to have to try your recipe and hope I get it half as perfect.

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    13. The name sounds as good as it looks! Good one Sneha,,,

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    14. Beautiful roti, Sneha! Those circles couldn't be more perfect.

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