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January 13, 2012

Makki Ki Roti ~ Indian Corn Flat Bread Recipe

Makki Ki Roti with Spicy Ivy Gourd Dal
Ingredients : 
  • Fine Cornmeal / Makki Atta : 1 cup
  • Wheat Flour for dusting
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil


Method :

1. Combine the cornmeal and salt in a wide bowl.  

2. Add required boiling water to make a soft dough. Mix well and cool.  

3. Knead the dough till soft . The dough should be soft and smooth.

4. Divide the dough into balls and set aside. 

5. Roll out each dough ball into a circle, using wheat flour for dusting. 
6. Put the roti on a hot pan, cook for a minute. Add a little oil around the edges, turn and fry the other side. 
7. When light brown patches appear on both sides take into a bowl and cover with a lid immediately. Serve with curry, dal or raita.

30 comments:

  1. yummy recipe...I will try it soon....This makes me drool..Bookmarking it..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  2. yummy recipe...I will try it soon....This makes me drool..Bookmarking it..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  3. Beautifully presented and looks fabulous!

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  4. Perfectly done Makki ki roti.......Yummoooooo

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  5. Beautifull presentation..vl try this soon

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  6. Beautiful!!Never tried Roti with corn flour., wanna try it soon :)

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  7. never tried cornmeal roti...sounds great and looks delicious..

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  8. Wonderful looking roti,fabulous.

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  9. delicious recipe... will try it soon... thanks for sharing...

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  10. Makki ki roti looks delicious.

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  11. is it the normal cornflour that u use?? i wanted to make this for so long

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  12. What a comforting meal:-) Healthy indeed:-)

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  13. Perfect rotis. I could not roll them at all!

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  14. lovely roti..never tried cornmeal roti before

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  15. Nice recipe and beautiful clicks..

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  16. I love makki ki roti. The first time I had it was in Utsav restaurant, Hyderabad for a punjabi food festival. I have always wanted to try it at home but right time didn't come. I am hoping do it soon after seeing your post.

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  17. Drooling here...yummy looking

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  18. I had a question. I made makki rots today and they turned out chewy and hard. I used warmish water.

    Is it because of not using very hot water they turned out like that.

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  19. John Doe - Yes, use hot boiling water and mix with a spatula. Cover the cooked roties immediately with a lid to keep the softness.

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