Rotis are staple food in India and there are nearly thousands of varieties , that differs in the making by using different flours , millets, gluten free flours, sweet, savoury, stuffed, spicy, plain etc …etc. I tried rotis, using garlic knowing the health benefits and it is more similar to garlic naan(I’m not a great fan of it, as it’s made of all purpose flour) and easy to make. It satisfies my craving towards garlic , though most of them don’t like the pungent smell. Simple and easy, do give it a try and don’t forget to like it and tag me on Instagram.
✨Whole wheat atta / multigrain (navratna) atta – 1 cup
✨ Garlic pods -5 nos.
✨ Finely chopped coriander leaves – 2 tablespoons
✨ Salt to taste
✨ Oil 2 tablespoons
In a mixing bowl, add atta, salt and water and prepare the dough. Smear it with oil to avoid layering and rest it for half an hour by covering it with slightly wet muslin cloth or kitchen towel.
Finely chop the garlic and coriander leaves and keep aside.
Divide the dough into small dumplings of 2 cm diameter and roll it into rotis. On top of it sprinkle the finely chopped garlic and coriander and press slightly using the rolling pin.
Heat tawa in the medium flame and cook the rotis and then smear it with desi ghee or clarified butter. It helps to keep the rotis soft . Make a difference by sprinkling chat masala, red chilli powder etc….. It’s all your imagination.