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Roomali Roti 2


Wheat flour-1 cup
Madia flour-1 cup
Rice flour-2 tsp
Salt to taste
Ghee-2 tbsp
Water to knead dough-1 cup


Mix wheat flour,madia,salt and mix them together.
Add water make a smooth and elastic dough and set aside covered with cloth or plate for 1/2 an hour.
Now make 2 small balls of the dough and press little like puri and apply ghee and rice flou on one side and put them together with ghee side facing each other.

Roll like thin chapati of circle using little dry flour(it should be thin as a tissue)
Super heat the flat tawa.

Place the roomali roti carefully over it and cook till they puff up and you will be able to seperate the two layers flod it like a handkerchief.
Serve rumali roti hot with indian curry.



roomali roti.i love this roti..very thin and so so soft.very well explianed divya..looks so delicious pls pass me all those rotis..curry i can manage..
supre da..


OMG!!! looks soo soft! Im sre making this for lunch, will let you know how it turned out :) thanx for sharing dear.

Sushma Mallya

Nice simple version, but loved the 1st version more...

Life is beautiful!!!

Wow!!!! Divya wonderful step-by-step photos. Looks very apetizing.

Gita Jaishankar

Thanks for sharing this method dear...rotis look so perfect and very inviting :)


Love this roti...all the efforts worth it


Wow Divya love the second method too.You really are an expert with these rotis.Nice pics.



Rumali roti looks really thin, soft and yummy.

Suman Singh

rupali roti...had this several times in restaurants...but never tried making this at home...nice step by step presentation as usual...wld love to try this...


Looks really soft and perfect, thanks for sharing dear...



You have made these beautifully so paper this.

Ammu Madhu

looks yummy.


Woww ur versions of romali rotis pulling me to try out..thanks a ton dear Divya for sharing this, my favourite roti, which i never tried at home yet..


I have become a regular follower of ur blog divya...nice recipes and daily coming with a beautiful dish..thats so nice of u...looking very nice and yummy...


Malar Gandhi

I liked ur version lot better, likes wonderful

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes)

wow...pass me those rotis...fan of roomali rotis..love ur effort of putting step by step..really helpful for learners...good going

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

Wow, they lovely. I never attempted to make at home.

Viki's Kitchen

wow..rumali roti looks flaky n delicious dear.

Hamaree Rasoi

I love this roti because of it's thinness.Great work by putting step by step photo dear. Will check your last few posts that I missed as my Pc was out of order.
Hamaree Rasoi


Wow Divya,

Simply superb yaar,
Amazed by your lovely presentation n awesome collection of new recipes...I can say your family is lucky indeed...:)

Soma Pradhan

hey nice recipe..thx for sharing


Looks very soft and delicious. It's quite like making Peking Duck pancakes. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover)

this roti look great and healthy, no oil, I bookmarked this recipe immediately, Thanks for sharing.


Nice step by step presentation for amateurs like me.
Great blog.
Drop in sometime


Thanks for dropping by my blog n putting in such nice comments...:)

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