Monday, July 03, 2006

Roomali Roti...


The `Roomali Roti' is suggestive of the scarf or handkerchief like appearance of this bread. Shaped without rolling on a board and cooked on a convex iron griddle, this bread is very special to Bangalore, specially it it is part of north Indian The `Roomali Roti' is suggestive of the scarf or handkerchief like appearance of this bread.
Shaped without rolling on a board and cooked on a convex iron griddle, this bread is very special to Banglaore if it is part of north indian cuisine. The fine texture of the bread makes it an excellent accompaniment for delicate kebabs and kormas. .

There is no leavening in this simple, tender Indian flatbread of bread flour, oil, salt and water. Once shaped, it bakes on an inverted skillet on the stove ...

Checkout the receipe....
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7 comments:

alice Mon Jul 03, 02:56:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Nice to visit your blog, Rajesh Dangi! Your photos are so intense and full of vividness!

Kate Mon Jul 03, 08:12:00 PM GMT+5:30  

I'm glad that I found your blog! I also enjoyed the wonderful flower photos on your other blog. I toured the subcontinent during the summer (hot! hot!) of 1986 on a Fulbright for teachers and recall Bangalore as a lovely city. India is a highly visual treat for any traveller! I shall enjoy coming back to your blog for more visits!

Carlos Mon Jul 03, 09:05:00 PM GMT+5:30  

I feel hungry. I did not know about this way of making bread. It must be crispy and good to accompany all kinds of ingredients.

Terra Vecchia Tue Jul 04, 06:02:00 AM GMT+5:30  

cela me rappel le clip de Laurent Garnier "the man with a red face"...
ton blog est trés cool...

Rajesh Dangi Tue Jul 04, 09:36:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Thanks Alice...

bob Tue Jul 04, 08:26:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Lovely shot and very tasty food. Such skill as well.

Rajesh Dangi Wed Jul 05, 04:36:00 PM GMT+5:30  

thank you..