Thursday, June 19, 2008

Roti's made with Pressure Cooker

These Roti's are made in Pressure Cooker. They turned out so perfect like the one's at restaurant's. And more over it can be done so quickly. Here is where i took the recipe from.


Ingredients:
1. Maida/All Purpose Flour- 1 Cup
2. Wheat Flour- 1/4 Cup
3. Curd- 2 spoons
4. Baking Powder- a pinch
5. Warm Milk- 1 Cup

Method:
Mix All Purpose flour with the Wheat Flour, Now sieve it with Baking Powder. add salt and mix well. bring the flour together in a mountain shape and dig a hole in the centre. add the curd on the hole and add the baking powder upon it. leave it for 2 minutes. Now mix the flour with a warm cup of milk. Roll the dough as we do for chapathi's in the round shape and cut it into half shape. Heat a Pressure Cooker/Kadai. Now stick the rolled dough on the wall's of the cooker. leave it for a minute and invert the cooker. and leave it for another half minute. check the naan now..if it is not cooked evenly, cook it directly on the flame.
after it is cooked, you apply butter to it.
For Pictorial explaination visit Archana's Blog

I served the above Naan with Vada Curry and boiled potates tempered with mustard and sauted with Kasuri Methi. Both the side dishes suited well for Naan.

This leaves to Srivalli's Roti Mela...which iam managing to send her in the last minute's:)

11 comments:

  1. wow, rotis in a pressure cooker? look so lovely and delicious, Lavi! bookmarked.

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  2. Interesting, rotis with the help of a pressure cooker..hmm..got to try :)..

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  3. Hi,First time at ur blog.U have nice and lovely blog....Rotis in a pressure cooker....Its new to me.....Looks lovely and delicious....I bookmarked it.....

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  4. nice one Lavi....never heard of rotis being made in the cooker before...

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  5. thats lovely..had heard about this one..never tried,,,thanks for sharing..

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  6. Rotis in a pressure cooker! These look delicious.

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  7. I do this on the inside of a kadhai or outside. But this seems a good idea - the rotis looks kadak! Yummy:)

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  8. Lavi, this sounds delicious! A pressure-cooker naan. What a great idea. I am going to try this for sure, perhaps with soy yogurt and soy milk.

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  9. I've heard of this method to make naan's before but never tried it. Looks great! :)

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  10. Agree with you on the magic of blogging. Those pictures were mouth-watering delicious. Interesting blog!

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