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Indian Rotis recipes


Last Updated : Jul 10,2018



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Indian Rotis, Veg Rotis Across India

There was a time in India, when if a young woman could perfectly puff a roti, she would be an ideal daughter-in-law material. The times have changed now and we have pre-cooked rotis available in market. But, lets get to know about the most integral accompaniment of an Indian kitchen – roti. Roti is a term used to describe flatbreads, which are used to eat vegetables, gravies, etc . The term ‘Roti’ is specifically used to address flatbread made using wheat flour (Atta). India being a diverse country, each state has their own variation depending upon the local ingredients.

Roti can be rolled to a range of thickness. Thick roti , commonly known as parantha are made using flour and stuffing (aloo, paneer, gobi etc). Thin, soft ones are called chapatti and the smallest fluffy flatbreads are called phulka. When we deep fry small disc in hot oil, it is called puri.

Roti is rolled on a wooden elevated board called the chakla and the rolling pin is called belan. A pair of tongs help in easy flipping of the roti. They are generally cooked on a stove top using a flat pan, but when they are cooked in a clay oven , it is called as a tandoor. A variant of roti made using refined flour (Maida) is called as naan. The same maida dough when deep fried is known as bhatura.

Roti is found in abundance in every Indian kitchen and generally preferred in at least one meal. Here are some recipes with a variety of flour and millets.

Gujarati Rotis:

Phulka:
Traditionally Roti’s are cooked on a flat pan and later put on direct flame for it to rise and puff. The phulka is a daily bread for many regions in India. A drizzle of ghee or oil is the finishing touch given to this light on stomach flatbread.

Bajra rotla:
Nothing like a thick bajra rotla along with some fresh white butter and jaggery in winter season. The rotla can be served with baingan bharta to make it a full meal.

Padvali roti:
Summer is here, it is time to savor on some aam ras and nothing accompanies better than this Gujarati Padvali roti.

Satpadi roti:
The word “sat” means seven. Satpadi roti is made using seven grains and various spices.

Maharashtrian Rotis:

Amboli:
Amboli is a thick, spongy pancake similar to neer dosa. It is a specialty of the Konkan region in Maharashtra. Made using rice flour, it is generally served with coconut chutney as breakfast.

Thalipeeth:
Maharashtra's go to breakfast is thalipeeth which is an iron rich flatbread made using multiple flours. Serve along with some spicy thecha and curd!

North Indian Rotis

Makkai ki roti:
You would have surely heard of Makke di roti and sarsoon da saag. Try your hands on this traditional Punjabi recipe.

Mooli roti :
Radish is found abundantly in the northern region of India. They make Mooli roti, parantha using them which keeps them warm in cooler climate. Relish them with aam ka aachar.

Rajasthani Rotis:

Bejar roti:
Bejar roti is made using wheat flour, jowar flour and besan flour. It is highly nutritious and easy to make.

Misi roti:
Misi roti is a traditional Rajasthani flatbread made using different flours and condiments.


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Recipe# 5286
21 Jun 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Oats are a rich source of soluble fibre 'beta-glucan', which is a potent cholesterol-lowering agent. Serve these rotis hot with fresh low-fat curds (dahi) or a cholesterol-friendly subzi for a really healthy treat.
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Recipe# 38994
31 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A combination of rice flour and whole wheat flour ups the health quotient of these ragi rotis. Embellished with vegetables and flavoured with cumin seeds and curry leaves, they make a wholesome breakfast . For a healthier meal, roll them out very thinly ....
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Recipe# 41324
21 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The Maharashtrian Amboli is a unique pancake made of a quick and easy rice flour batter. It takes just a few minutes to mix the ingredients into a batter and there is no need to ferment either. The secret to getting the perfectly-textured Amboli lies in ....
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Recipe# 38858
07 Apr 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
A popular breakfast option in most north indian houses, theses parathas go well with a lot of subzis too. Here is an innovative version made with jowar flour and mashed potatoes, which help to make them soft.
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Recipe# 33248
16 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Hariyali Tofu Rotis, bored of eating chapatis and parathas everyday? Don’t worry, here’s an interesting variation to the everyday Indian bread. Spinach and fenugreek add colour and flavour, while whole wheat flour and tofu add to the protein content. For breakfast enjoy with just
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Recipe# 4392
15 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Chapatis or phulkas is the daily bread for millions of Indians . No meal is complete without them and yet many find them difficult to make. These are called so because they swell up with steam while being cooked. They are cooked first on a dry hot tava, then he ....
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Recipe# 4780
10 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
You will love the luxuriant texture of this coconut-stuffed sweeet treat ! Chapatis are stuffed with a delectably sweet mixture of roasted coconut delicately flavoured with nutmeg and cardamom. This Nariyal ki Meethi Roti is quite satiatin ....
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Recipe# 1473
23 Sep 13

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 by Tarla Dalal
The addition of boiled and grated potatoes makes these rotis so soft that they literally melt in your mouth! plus, potato rotis is also a smart way to clear your stock of potatoes, because this recipe turns out best with old potatoes.
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Recipe# 22357
26 Mar 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
A combination of healthy flours and vegetables is used to make these nourishing rotis. Cabbage adds crunch to this multi-flour roti while methi gives it a classic aroma and flavour. A squeeze of lemon gives the Nutritious Cabbage and Methi Rotis a tongue-tickling tang, avoiding the urge to have ....
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Recipe# 40149
26 Nov 12

 
 by Tarla Dalal
These sumptuous rotis are made with a fibre-rich dough of whole wheat flour and quick rolled oats perked up with iron-rich fenugreek leaves. You can use any other greens of your choice too. This imparts a little softness to the rotis enabling you to reduce the amount of oil used to prepare them. How ....
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Recipe# 5614
16 Jun 08

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by Tarla Dalal
Nutritious version of traditional makki ki roti packed with vitamin c and iron exclusively for your shiny hair.
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Recipe# 42013
18 Aug 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Simple, common ingredients are put together to make a delectable roti that fits perfectly into a blood pressure friendly menu. The crazy crunch of cabbages and onions, together with the spiky flavours of garlic and green chillies make this Cabbage and Onion Roti a drool worthy one. Apart fro ....
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Recipe# 31045
05 Jun 09

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 by Tarla Dalal
Potatoes by themselves are healthy and tasty if not deep fried. Add to this the goodness of spinach, yoghurt and wheat flour and you're left with nothing more to wish for!
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Recipe# 42294
01 Mar 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
The world of Indian breads is wondrous. With a few basic ingredients and a tava it is amazing to see how many varieties of rotis and parathas can be made by slightly altering the ingredients or proportions, or using a stuffing. ....
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