Indian breads are famous world-wide. From chapati and phulka to roomali roti, the varieties are so many that we do love to indulge in eating them with our favourite sabzi. Roti usually comprises chapati and phulka. But the roti served in restaurants is slightly different. Presenting to you all the “Restaurant Style Roti“.
Indian breads such as chapati and paratha are quite common at home. I always prefer using whole wheat in my cooking. It is healthy and filled with nutrients. It will be a sheer lie, if I deny using all purpose flour. I try to use it in on rare occassions .
This roti consists of only wheat flour and no oil is used. The using of milk makes it soft.
This post is part of our blog hop with the theme “Indian Breads” . It’s been a wonderful journey with these blog hop girls.
I have been making roti since a long time. It was in the Foodie group of facecook that I first read about this. It is a vegetarian food group headed by Sadashiva Rao Mailankody. It is one of the groups that I visit often.
Yesterday I had prepared this roti along with Shahi Rajma and Aloo Curry. It tasted awesome. I had used baby potatoes. Over to the recipe of Restaurant Style Roti.
Restaurant style roti
An Indian bread which is chewy, tasty and healthy.