Pan Fried Roti Bread

    Pan Fried Roti Bread

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    40min


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    Make your own delicious sweet and crisp flatbread the next time you serve an Indian meal! Roti are pan fried and super easy to make.

    Ingredients
    Serves: 12 

    • 2 cups (250g) plain flour
    • 1/4 teaspoon salt
    • 2/3 cup (150ml) water
    • 1/4 cup (60g) caster sugar
    • 1 tablespoon rapeseed oil

    Directions
    Preparation:20min  ›  Cook:20min  ›  Ready in:40min 

    1. In a large bowl, stir together flour, salt and water until a soft dough is formed. Turn dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead briefly.
    2. Divide dough into golf-ball size pieces and cover with a damp cloth or plastic film.
    3. Select a ball of dough and roll out until very thin but not torn. Sprinkle lightly and evenly with sugar.
    4. Fold up dough into a small square and roll out again until thin.
    5. Heat a lightly oiled flat frying pan over medium heat.
    6. Place the rolled dough onto the hot pan and cook for 30 seconds to 1 minute on each side until golden. Serve immediately. Repeat until all dough balls have been rolled and cooked.

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    Reviews (6)

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    5

    This recipe was so easy and wonderful. Tip: I added sliced banannas to the centre before re-rolling it, and it tastes just like bananna roti I used to eat in Chaing Mai, Thailand. Drizzle some sweetend condensend milk on top for the truly authentic version. Thanks for the recipe! - 29 Sep 2008

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    3

    Something else. This bread was very good, and I like the fact that I didn't have to make a special trip to the store to get the ingredients! I intend to serve this as an after school snack! I really enjoyed this recipe, once I made the following adjustments: I had to add a BIT more water (gradually) so that I could work with the dough. The recipe didn't specify to do so, but I did chill the dough prior to baking, with good results. Also, I added the "three sisters," cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, to the sugar I put on the dough. I also doubled this recipe, and it was BARELY enough, everyone liked it so well! I followed the directions for rolling out and frying, but after about four of them, mine were too doughy, and I personally don't like oil, so I took the rest of the flattened balls (I rolled all of them and then flattened them all at once), laid them out and cut them into strips with a pizza cutter and baked at 170 until golden! Served with honey butter, and both blackberry and strawberry preserves (and vanilla ice cream), these went faster than I could bake them! The next time I make this recipe, I'm going to try baking small rounds of it over inverted ramikens to make little edible dessert bowls. Wonderful! - 29 Sep 2008

    DeleneMundy-Bennett
    1

    Tried one with the sugar as per recipe.. found it too sweet... so left it out of the others.... had to make a second lot before finished cooking the first lot... did need a tad more water.. and loved it only needed a slight smear of oil... so no oil slick here.. devine.. def will make again - 19 Apr 2015

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