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Corn Meal Flour Bread Makkai Ki Roti

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Corn Meal Flour Bread Makkai Ki Roti Recipe, How To Make Corn Meal Flour Bread Makkai Ki Roti Recipe

Makki di roti is a flat unleavened Indian bread made from cornflour and primarily eaten in Northern India. It is like a roti baked on a tawa and served with sarson ka saag or any yummy gravy curry.

About Recipe

How to make CORN MEAL FLOUR BREAD MAKKAI KI ROTI

(3 ratings)
35 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
CORN MEAL FLOUR BREAD  MAKKAI KI ROTI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : cornmeal
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 27, 2019


Ingredients used in CORN MEAL FLOUR BREAD MAKKAI KI ROTI
• Wheat flour - 1/2 cup.
• Corn meal flour - 1 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Water - as required.
Method:
  • Take a bowl add cornmeal flour, wheat flour, salt, add water make a dough.
  • Take some flour make the roti with hands, and then roll with rolling pin.
  • Put it on the tawa, cook it, and put it on the direct flame till it puffs up.

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Ameerul Haqeem Posted on Sat May 11 2013

FIRST!

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Ashwini Kulkarni Posted on Sat May 11 2013

Nice recipe chef you make everythin look easy :) can corn meal be used to make makai roti?

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Girl In Trouble Posted on Sat May 11 2013

Always different ways of making same dish. My mother used to make this but she didnt add any wheat flour, so it did not puff up and was very heavy and thick and a bit hard. She didnt make it often. then she told me one of her friends makes it and it

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LifeEmbolden Posted on Sat May 11 2013

Sanjay, looks like you've worked hard to find the ingredients to teach this recipe. but it looks like you are not well..are you ok.

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Jens Boye Hansen Posted on Sat May 11 2013

Funnily enough I had just made a bunch of those breads 30 min before seeing your video. :)

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Faith Factory Posted on Sat May 11 2013

Thanks for sharing these exotic dishes to the world. I wouldn't have learned all these ingredients and food if it wasn't for you. But like other said you look tired

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Arunima Singh Posted on Sat May 11 2013

Hi Vahchef! How should I make this roti if I dont have a stove that has flame, like the coil stoves we have in the US? Thanks!!

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GRUBDUDE Posted on Sun May 12 2013

I tried it (prior to knowing this techniqie) and it worked! be careful, though - you might want to use a FLAT iron pan.

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Pablo Zamora Posted on Sun May 12 2013

So is it like a corn flour tortilla?

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Makron5 Posted on Sun May 12 2013

I only have regular corn flour, do you know where I can get indian corn flour?

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mmiguy2306 Posted on Sun May 12 2013

dude its 2013 GOOGLE!!!!!!

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BintAlHaq Posted on Mon May 20 2013

do u have a middle eastern/indian market in ur town?

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