Muslim Teen Make Gol Roti Amazing
Roti is a round, flat, unleavened Indian bread. While most Pakistani restaurants serve naan (a leavened flatbread made with a yeast starter and white flour which is typically cooked in a tandoor oven ), roti is typically made with wheat flour and cooked on a hot griddle.
It’s an everyday bread that’s made fresh and eaten with curries, chutneys, and various other Indian dishes. Indeed, roti is often used as a utensil to scoop up other food. It’s a delicious, versatile, and surprisingly easy-to-make bread you can bake at home yourself. This recipe will make 20-30 rotis.
Choose your flour. Traditional roti recipes call for chapati (sometimes spelled “chapatti”) flour, which is also known as durum wheat atta. Some recipes just list “atta” in the ingredients list; they are typically referring to chapati flour (indeed, the terms “roti” and “chapati” are sometimes used interchangeably—they are both unleavened wheat flatbreads).
Atta/chapati flour is a finely ground whole wheat flour.It’s the traditional choice for making roti.
If you can’t find chapati flour or don’t have it on hand, you can substitute whole wheat flour. Because it is a heavier flour, though, you should consider using a mixture of half whole wheat flour and half all-purpose flour to more closely approximate the texture of chapati flour.