Making good bread has long been something that has completely eluded me. It’s an art form that is difficult to master for the less skilled of us (translation: me) and I might just have to accept defeat on that front.
However I think I may have stumbled upon an Indian form of bread that even I seem to be able to make with little fuss.
Behold: Tandoori Roti.
Roti makes for a great alternative to naan bread. It has a more chewy taste, and is a bit flatter and lighter. And, for the more health-conscious of you, it’s made from whole wheat flour instead of naan bread’s white flour yeast.
It’s also fantastically simple to make. Traditionally, it’s made in a tandoor – a traditional type of oven – but we’re going to do away with all of that and make it in a deep pan over the stove. Easy!
Image courtesy of SecondStove.com
What Indian meal are you going to try this with? Let us know in the comments below!