Tandoor Roti Recipe
Tandoori roti is extremely famous bread which is produced using wheat flour and made in a mud stove or oven. Figure out how to make roasted roti. Many of us don’t have a tandoor at home but that doesn’t make a sense to not satisfy tandoori roti cravings or to serve on the guest’s plate. It can easily be made at home with few Simple steps.
|Prep Time: 15 Mins||Cooking Time: 35 Mins||Servings: 4 to 5|
Ingredients for Tandoori Roti
- Whole wheat flour 2 cups
- Salt 1 tsp.
- Baking powder 1/4 tsp.
- Oil 1 tbsp.
- Ghee or butter (to serve)
Process of cooking tandoori roti
In a mixing bowl, sieve 2 cups whole wheat flour, add 1 Tsp. salt and mix it well together.
Now, add 1/4 Tsp. baking powder and 1 tbsp. oil and mix it well with whole wheat flour.
Slowly add water and start kneading the dough. Knead the dough till it turns into smooth and soft dough.
Keep it aside for an hour and cover it with cloth or paper napkin.
Now, divide it into small portion and make small balls. Roll small balls into flat bread and sprinkle flour on the top and roll it again. Make sure to keep it thick, unlike usual roti.
After the roti is rolled, apply water all over the roti. You can use the brush to spread water evenly.
Now, heat the cast iron tawa on a medium flame and place a roti on it. Once the roti gets heated, you’ll notice bubbles on it. Sometimes, bubbles are of large size.
Cook the roti one side on the low-medium flame and then flip the roti to cook it another side. Also, while you’re using cast iron tawa. You can turn tawa upside down. Keep the flame in between medium and low, else the roti might get burnt.
Once roti is cooked in between surface, rotate the roti to cook it evenly from sides.Tandoori roti is ready to serve. Before serving, spread some butter or ghee on the roti.
Tips and Variations:
- You can use curd too to knead dough. But, if you’re using curd then do not use baking powder while making dough for tandoori roti.
- While brushing water on the surface of the roti, make sure it doesn’t get too wet.
- Unlike regular roti, tandoori roti will be thick.
Whenever we got out for a dinner or lunch, tandoori roti or tandoori naan is our favorite pick to quench our hunger. They simply taste delicious with spicy gravy and dal makhani isn’t it? So, just like any other restaurant food or dish, we definitely would love to try making tandoori roti at home. And with this easy tandoori roti recipe, you can make tandoori roti at home even if you don’t own a tandoor.
It is delicious Indian bread popular in Punjabi cuisine. It is served with overloaded butter or ghee with any dal or spicy gravy. Even with a plain arhar or toor dal, tandoori roti tastes delicious. Also, tandoori roti is a healthier option to pick in comparison with naan as naan is made up of all purpose flour.