Here we are! Roti!

15 comments,2 shares,6 likes
latif
12 months

Yes @andrewsherman, you’re right! The result is great, but as far as excitement is concerned, there’s room for improvement. Your daughter’s laugh crowning your video is unbeatable, but boo will take it easy, I’m sure!

andrewsherman
12 months

Ha ha @latif yes, not enough excitement in this video but such a great result 👍😂😂

latif
12 months

Yeah @andrewsherman, it reminds of your successful roti baked directly on the gas cooker three months ago and the funny laughs accompanying it. Do you remember?

andrewsherman
12 months

👊 Lovely, right there 👊 👍👍👍

traceyross
12 months

Thank you for the info @boo that’s great to know. I use my Kitchenaid too so that’s really useful about the speed. I could eat your roti for breakfast they look great. 👌💞

boo
12 months

Ooops... autocorrection: needed - kneaded!!

boo
12 months

I think the pastry is very important. I had atta which I needed with salt and warm water. 10 minutes in my Kitchenaid, slow level. The dough was very soft, but didn’t stick. I left the pastry covered for 2 hours. And then it was easy, really! You make little balls, flatten them in your hands (remember Hari when she did the naan!) and you roll out, dusting to prevent sticking. I rolled out 10 and fried them one after the other. Look at Hari’s recipe for Roti! So well explained!! After frying, give a splash of butter on the roti. @Mark Harvey @traceyross @Jo dunn @stripybag @Arthur vdH

latif
12 months

Lovely cushion @boo!

Jo dunn
12 months

Hey @boo! 👌💕🕸🎃🕷

Mark Harvey
12 months

BOOM 💥@boo

traceyross
12 months

Looks great @boo very impressive.👌

Arthur vdH
12 months

Wonderful, @boo !

stripybag
12 months

Well done @boo, that takes some doing 👍👻

boo
12 months

Thanks, @Hari Ghotra First time on induction. I needed a try to find the right temperature!

Hari Ghotra
12 months

Pure perfection @boo and on an induction too 🙌🏽