Top Rated Roti Recipes

Spinach and Lentils
Here's a very simple yet healthy and delicious way to eat your greens. Serve this warm with rice or Indian roti for a complete vegetarian meal.
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Malaysian Flying Bread (Roti Canai)
Known as a Malaysian breakfast staple, roti canai (pronounced “rho-tee chan-ai”), or flying bread, is a flaky griddled flatbread typically enjoyed alongside a hot cup of teh tarik, (pulled tea). Roti canai is traditionally made with a mixture of white flour, water, and clarified butter (or ghee) and a secret touch of a little condensed milk. It is best eaten when dipped in freshly made potato coconut curry, or for a sweet variation, combined with Nutella. Recipe courtesy of Malaysian Food Ambassador, chef Christina Arokiasamy. Click Here to See More Breakfast Recipes
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This is the authentic recipe used by the Mamak (Indians) in Malaysia. The recipes that have margarine or eggs and milk are not the ones they use in those Indian food stalls. Incredibly easy — must-try!This recipe is courtesy of food.com
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Deliciousness all the way, right down to the last morsel of mutton..and that final spoonful of gravy stuck to the bottom of the bowl. I would lick it all .. if I was a bowl licking kind of girl!Its slow cooked for a long time..almost 2 hrs till the mutton is fragrant, tender and succulent (not pressure cooked), intensely flavorful and tangy from the garlic.  PS: Did I mention everything good begins by chopping up some good ol' garlic?Its easy and brilliant at the sametime. A must make when you need to wow guests or simply start a Sunday tradition of your own.
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Authentic rogan josh recipe.
Rogan Josh is an authentic recipe from the beautiful paradise on earth called Kashmir. Kashmiri food is rich and infused with exotic spices…just like the place itself. The name Rogan Josh means a dark red curry traditionally made with mutton or ghosth as we call it in India, which is lamb meat. Rogan is an ingredient that adds the red color to the gravy. However the version we make at home makes use of red Kashmiri chilli paste or powder. This gives the curry a dense red color.I am not too sure about the word Josh here, but its generic meaning is punch so I am assuming it means a curry with a punch and lots of spice. I am sure there are lots of ways to make this curry but I haven’t found any Vegetarian versions. It is important that you have all these ingredients especially asafoetida and mustard to get the real flavour.  
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Chicken Tikka Masala
I made a "not so traditional" version of chicken tikka masala. But, then again I am not sure if there is anything that qualifies as a "traditional Indian tikka masala." In fact, chicken tikka masala was not even born in India. Rumor has it that years back in the 1960s, a British gentleman stepped into an Indian restaurant and returned his order of chicken tikka, complaining that it was undercooked. Tired of his customer's rants, the chef opened a can of tomato soup, threw in some cream and cooked the tikka in the sauce. Ironically, the dish became so popular in England that in 2001, it was declared England's national dish. Some Indian critics claim that it was born in the early 1500s when Babar, a Mughal emperor sick of choking on the bones of his tandoori chicken, asked his Punjabi cooks to remove all the bones. Cooks terrified of the angry emperor chopped off all the bones before throwing the chicken into the tandoor (clay oven). They cooked the chicken in spices and served it to the emperor. Whatever be the story, I know that it is one of the most popular Indian dishes and the kind of chicken tikka masala a restaurant serves determines the quality of a restaurant and a chef in my book. This is a quicker and simpler version from a busy mom to some Indian food lovers and I have a feeling that you are going to like it!
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Layered Paratha
This layered Indian flatbread is delicious and so easy to make that you’ll find yourself going back to this recipe over and over again. It has a rich flavor thanks to the ghee (a type of clarified butter that is popular in Indian cuisine). Once you learn to make this pan-fried bread, take it to the next level by serving it with your favorite chutney.Recipe reprinted with permission from India: The Cookbook (c) Pushpesh Pant, courtesy of Phaidon.
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Tonkcats
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Dropbear
Roti, a wonderful north Indian flatbread, is a perfect accompaniment to mop up curries. It is time-consuming to make, but very simple. Once you have made the dough you can set it to one side and finish cooking just before the meal. I rub the butter or ghee through the flour like a scone dough, which gives a light texture although not traditional
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Helen B. Marquez
This is the simplest yet delicious roti recipe ever! I have had this type of recipe since I was a little child and I'm happy to share the secret...
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Cheryl Smith
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eatrealfood
I found this recipe when I was looking to make some healthier flatbreads that were flavorful but that didn't involve frying or loads of ghee. I adapted this from Neelam Batra's 1000 Indian Recipes. It's really very simple to make since it involves no kneading, or messing up mixers and stuff.
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