It is estimated that among all Indian dishes, Roti ranks the highest – in terms of how many people eating it every day. Almost all of North India has to include Roti in some form as a staple food. Making a Roti is very easy (even for amateur cooks / bachelors / those new to Indian food).
The preparation of dough, I think, is the most important part to get that perfect Roti. Manjula in the following video explains and shows well how to make a Roti.
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Tip: Click on the ‘menu’ button on the video to see other recipes by Manjula (direct from Youtube.com)
- Indian Roti Recipes – Rotis, Chapatis, Dosas and other Indian Breads
- Also, check some Side-dishes for to go along: Indian side-dish Recipes, Indian Curries and Gravies from the website
- You can check another variety of Roti being prepared by Manjula in this video for Naan bread and 2 videos for Chapathi here.
- Also see this recipe for how to make Chapati or Roti (printable text version)