See recipes for Indian roti bread and learn how to make these simple unleavened fried flatbreads. We have recipes for Caribbean or sweet roti too!
This recipe is an old family favourite. A crisp and sweet flatbread that's fried on a flat pan. Everyone in my family loves it!
An unleavened pan fried bread from South Asia which is similar than pitta or naan. Ideally, I use the traditional roti pan called a tava. This version uses durum flour - the kind often used to make pasta - for its durability. If you can get to an Asian shop, look out for chakki atta, or stoneground wholemeal flour, to use instead.
A tender and delicious flatbread from central India.
In India, you would be able to walk into a regular grocery store and buy makki ka atta. Staying in London, I found it impossible to get hold of the main ingredient for this dish. So, after a lot of hit and trial, based on recipes that I found online, this is the concoction that has finally worked for me. I used a combination of coarse and fine cornmeal, and tried a variation with potatoes instead of radish.
These gluten free cornmeal rotis are delicious for those on a wheat free diet and everyone, else, too! They just happen to be gluten free, in fact, and are a Punjabi specialty in winter, called Makke ki Roti.
This popular Indian pancake can be made as part of a meal or for a nice snack. As kids we ate it sprinkled with sugar. It's typically served with curry and sambal if you choose to spice it up.
A tasty accompaniment to any West Indies curry! Ok, now, let's go back to nature. This tasty extra can be used instead of spoons and forks by tearing off pieces to lift up your curry which can be eaten from banana leaves. No dirty dishes!