Tandoori Roti is a type of Indian unleavened bread which is usually made in a clay oven called a tandoor, hence the name “Tandoori Roti”. Tandoori Roti, is made with Chapati Flour and is a great accompaniment with North Indian and Mughlai dishes. The beauty of Tandoors are that they can reach very high heat, so the flavors it imparts into the Roti is very unique and has a slight flavor of the coal which…"Toaster Tandoori Roti"
There is nothing that warms the heart (and tummy) like fresh, hot and melt in your mouth soft Phulka or Fulka. Though called by many different names like roti or rotli, phulkas are an integral part of an Indian meal. They can be enjoyed with dry vegetable dishes as well as curries. Try this easy recipe for a classic Indian bread."How to Make Soft Phulka (Fulka, Roti, Rotli)"
Enjoy this power & protein packed paratha with a gorgeous green color. The creaminess of the Avocado in the paratha keeps the paratha soft and give them that wonderful buttery texture and flavor. These are great for journeys and to make-ahead and save for later. Prep Time: 5 min Rest Time: 15-20 min Makes: 15 parathas (approx) Ingredients: Ripe Avocados – 2, medium Lemon Juice – 2 tbsp Salt – 1 tsp or to taste…"Avocado Parathas"
Rotli or Roti is yet another type of unleavened Indian bread that can be enjoyed with any vegetable or curry. Rotli, as they are known in Gujarat, India, are rolled very thin making them light and soft. They are cooked in two different steps — first on a tawa (or skillet) and then finished off on the open flame making them balloon up. Try these wonderfully soft and fluffy rotlis, or rotis but be sure…"Rotli (Roti) Indian Bread Recipe"