Thursday, 26 July 2012

Roti Jala

This is a Malaysian lacy pancake recipe...an awesome treat for breakfast, tea or dinner...it's easy to make..tastes awesome with curries....














Ingredients :

1 cup wheat flour + 1 tbsp rice flour
1 cup milk
1/2 cup water (adjust to the pouring consistency)
1 egg
1/3 tsp salt
yellow colouring (if needed)
butter or ghee to grease pan

mix all the above ingredients to a consistency that's not too watery or too thick as you need to pour it through the mould,....using a whisk helps..

Heat a tava till hot..grease with ghee or butter...Take some batter using roti jala mould and pour in circles on the heated tava...turn once the bottom part is not sticking..cook for few minutes and transfer it to a plate and fold into a triangle...continue with the remaining mixture...

Serve with kurma or curry....;)



Linking this to :
 Flavours of Malaysia

12 comments:

  1. wow dats such an interesting roti...gona try !!!

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  2. Lacy pancakes looks tempting, nice.

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  3. Awesome and its one of my hybby's favorite :) dear

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  4. Pancakes look different.....Will try them for brekky :-)
    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe
    Lemon Rice

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  5. Looks good

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  6. Thankyou for linking this awesome recipe with flabours of malaysia. The lacey pancakes look delicious.

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  7. Roti Jala is my all time favourite...something I make often at home. Love it totally! Pass me a plate dear :)

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  8. Reminds me of neer dosa! Looks so delicious Resh :)

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  9. I love roti jala but never tried making it before. These roti jala just makes me DROOL! :)

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  10. hey i love this one.... its completely new to me... i wish i could see the roti jala mould... can we use some substitute for it??? wonderful post...Do drop by my blog sometime...Happy cooking..

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    1. hi Beena...u can make holes at the base of condensed milk tin and pour using it ...ill try taking a pic and post it ;)

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