I can make a paratha roti as easy as 123. A side effect of living in Trinidad for a few years. You’d think that a normal roti would be a no-brainer for me. Nope. I decided to try this recipe from thefoodcharlatan.com. I made this recipe from my review of the Monsters (Kaliya Sahni Series) by K.N. Banet.
I’d give this a 2 out of 5. It is super easy to make.
What I liked about the recipe:
I chose this recipe because it required no special equipment, well just a frying pan and a rolling pin. A lot of recipes called for a gas stove and exposing the dough to the fire. I have an electric stove so there is no way that would work. This recipe was simple and easy to make with the equipment I did have.
Adjustments I made:
Would I make it Again?
I still prefer a paratha roti but this is easily a favorite second. So I will definitely make this again.
If you have ever tried eating roti the day after making it, you know it’s never the same. To bring it back to life, wrap it in a damp napkin and pop it in the microwave for a few seconds, I promise you it will become soft and almost as good as the fresh roti.
If you are looking for an easy and quick roti recipe that you can make with things in your home, then this is the one for you. I love it