We always end up confused when it comes to left over meals. This recipe gives a boring bowl of dal a healthy and fun twist. Roti like you have never had before.
About Paneer Kadhai Masala and Ajwain Roti Recipe: A hot masala paneer kadhai, made with a host of spices and tomatoes, served with ajwain roti.
Made out of Bajra, these rotis are served with a huge helping of ghee.
Dough made out of eclectic ingredients - flour, baking powder, ghee, milk, raisins, almonds and kewra, baked crisp.
Rotis made from channa dal, cloves, peppercorns, black cardamom and cumin seeds.
Whole wheat flour soaked with milk-gur mixture to make sweet rotis, smeared with ghee. Deliciously sweet!
Dough made from flour drenched with milk, cumin seeds and ghee, rolled out to make crisp rotis.
Carbs And Fats In Roti And Rice: When it comes to rice and roti, the debate goes on as to which is better and healthier? Eating either of them will not adversely affect your health, ...
Ever thought how you can make use of those leftover rotis at home? Here's how you can turn them into an exciting new dish!
Here is a step-by-step roomali roti recipe using maida- all purpose flour and atta. We bet you are surely going to love it!
Pani ki roti literally translates to bread made with help of water. Intriguing, right? So, does this roti require no grease quotient at all? Read on to find out.
What's even more interesting is the variety of interesting rotis that the royal state of Rajasthan boasts of; from Bajra ki Roti, Bejad ki Roti and Tikkad and of all, one unique roti that caught ...
Although atta roti is the most popular one across India, grains like makai, ragi, millet etc are also widely used to prepare different types of rotis.
While breads are handy, rotis take time to make and hence, it becomes even more easy to choose between the two. But this time around, when you reach out for that slice of bread to ...
Did you know, you could easily make Tandoori Rotis at home, and no, you don't have to necessarily have a tandoor? Read on as we tell you more
A typical Indian meal is incomplete without a couple of rotis and a handful of rice on the plate.
Khasta roti does defy many stereotypes. But does it impress? Let's find out.