October 19, 2011

Rajasthani Jaadi Roti

Whenever I think of Rajasthani cusine, the first thing that comes to my mind is Dal Baati-Churma. Nothing else can ever top the list. When I visit Rajdhani in Forum mall, I make sure I have this yummy delicacy. But this is not about Dal Baati or Churma, its another interesting pinched roti I tried from Pinks Recipe Dairy for Blog Hop Wednesday. I have never ever heard of this word any where. Even in any rajasthani restaurant I have been to. Interesting to pinch roti's and get a totally different kind of texture. Many thanks to Radhika for creating this forum, and help realize different stuff from varying origins.

Ingredients
Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Gingelly Oil - 4 tbsp
Salt to taste

Method
Knead all the ingredients together to make a hard dough.
Make small balls of it and roll into a thick roti.
Prick with a fork on one side and place it on a tawa. Press with a piece of cloth and cook on both sides.
When one side is having brown spots, pinch the other side of the roti. You will see the pinches like small hills of dough peeping out through out the surface.
Flip the roti, with the hill side facing down and cook for 5 minutes. The roti will be brown in color when cooked properly.
Remove from heat and pour 2 tbsp of ghee on the roti. Serve hot!!

Im also sending this to Jaya's Back to Basics hosted by PJ

Bon Appetit!!
Rudra

13 comments:

Rinku Naveen said...

Very new recipe to me. Loved the way it is prepared too..

pinksrecipediary said...

wow u really tried this recipe.......congrats and it looks quiet good as well. U wont find this any restaurant but it is a regular meal in any marwari house.

Santosh Bangar said...

nice flavor of rajasthan try it soon
1st time here do visit my space

Nirmala's kitchen said...

Looks delicious!!!

Radhika said...

Guess it must have been very aromatic with the gingelly oil. will try it out the next time I make rotis. Never heard about it too,

Sumee said...

That looks great.. Nice marwari roti.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

that has come out very very well.

Ammu's said...

Delicious roti...

veena krishnakumar said...

This is a new recipe to me. Looks awesome

Priya Sreeram said...

looks nice

Harini said...

Never heard about this..sounds interesting!

Kalyani said...

very new recipe to me .. ;-)


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Vatsala. said...

perfectly done.