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Roomali Roti Recipe, How To Make Roomali Roti Recipe

Roomali roti is very thin flat bread from the north India, It is one of the popular traditional dishes from the Mughlai cuisine, The bread is usually made with a combination of whole and white wheat flours.

About Recipe

How to make Roomali Roti

(75 ratings)
122 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
5 mins
Total time
25 mins
Roomali Roti
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Wheat flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 16, 2019

Ingredients used in Roomali Roti
• Whole wheat flour (atta) - 1(1/2) cup.
• Maida - half cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - as required.
• Water to knead - as required.
  • Mix wheat flour, maida, salt and sieve them together.add water bit by bit and make a smooth and elastic dough, add oil and set aside by covering with moist muslin cloth for 15 minutes.
  • Now make small balls of the dough and roll like a thin chapati of about 8 diameter circle using little dry flour with thicker center and thinner edges (as shown in video).
  • Heat an inverted griddle (tawa), coat the tawa with salt water. Place the roti carefully over it and cook till done. Fold it like a handkerchief.
  • Serve hot with hot vegetable or hot kebabs.

Note: Do not use nonstick pan upside down as it will permanently damage it

Cooking with images


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Himanshu Shekhar Posted on Tue Dec 31 2013

WAH INDIAN HERO.... Well done .... ?

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Si Ram Posted on Sat Jan 04 2014

Gonna try this!Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hinustani!?

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Reshma kiran Posted on Tue Jan 07 2014

I tried for dinner today with your palak chicken. It was awesome. ?

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Bobin George Posted on Thu Jan 09 2014

yahoo yahoo yahoo!!!?

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patisserie1 Posted on Mon Feb 03 2014

Chef, why don't you use a Wok turned upside down instead of a dome shaped bowl.  Plus, a Wok is more conductive to heat than a steel bowl.  The heat will destroy the bowl. ?

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Unni Sivadas Posted on Sun Feb 09 2014

very good.?

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Ny Sap Posted on Tue Feb 11 2014

Nice recipe, But the rumali roti costed a mixing bowl which is completely destroyed !?

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Anuradha Chatterjee Posted on Wed Feb 19 2014

Awww sooooo cute presentation.?

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Anuradha Chatterjee Posted on Wed Feb 19 2014

I shall definitely try it after practice with hankerchif.?

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EMPEROR MOWE Posted on Thu Mar 06 2014

will do?

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Karthik Karan Posted on Wed Apr 09 2014

You truly are an inspiration chef.....the best part in your tutorials is u cover 'a to z'.....and you spice it up with your natural emotions. I was a dummy in cooking...but went on till making chicken n mutton biriyani only by watching ur vid

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Dr. Shweta Mishra Posted on Sun Apr 20 2014

Hi , Iam impressed by the way you make roomali roti. Wonderfull attempt & thank you for sharing with us .You are awesome teacher and wonderfull chef?

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