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Pad Wali Roti Recipe, How To Make Pad Wali Roti Recipe

Pad wali roti, popular Gujarati rotli made with wheat flour and is a perfect dish that can be carried while travelling as the ghee inside the roti keeps it soft and preserves for longer time.

About Recipe

How to make PAD WALI ROTI

(103 ratings)
42 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Wheat flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : December 22, 2018

Ingredients used in PAD WALI ROTI
• Ghee/ clarified butter - 1 as required.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - 1 tablespoon.
• Wheat flour - 2 cups.
  • Take 2 cups of wheat flour in a bowl, add little oil, water and knead it to form a soft dough.
  • Divide the dough into equal sized small dumpling (size of a small lemon) and keep aside.
  • Take 2 portions, dust little flour on a flat surface, and roll the dough into small poori size with the rolling pin.
  • Apply some melted ghee on one side of the roti and place the other roti over the first roti.
  • If needed sprinkle some flour and roll the double roti with the rolling pin to make a full-sized roti.
  • Dust off excess flour and fry it on a hot tawa until cooked and puffed on both sides.
  • Remove and serve, repeat the same with the other portions of dough.

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Dark Flame505 Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

good recipe! thanks chef!

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shoutenry Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

Do you reccommend eating two at once or one at a time? O.o

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Jo Baka Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

VahChef, FYI, it's not Rajasthani... It's Gujarati :) Pad is Gujarati word for Layer. We eat these kinda rotis with Aam Ras !!!!

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Tropically Happy! Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

I recall that the Chef was on a diet. How's the diet coming? Have you lost any weight? How about some low cal recipes? Or are the vegetarian recipes all you need to lose wight (while eating Indian food)?

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

thanks vah chef

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Kayan US Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

I really love roti !! hard to find but that's okay

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Alex Hoffman Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

It looks like he's abandoned that.

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curious.soul Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

Chef, i dont know what are ur sources for Rajasthani cuisine. I subscribed as i found authentic dishes here.Tried almost all of ur dishes n loved them all. I am a Rajasthani, n being an inspiration i think u need a true review. The gatte ki sabji was

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sads87 Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

Thanks for the video chef! And for the time you spend in making these videos. You are my hero, even if you make a mistake,from time to time.

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Raj Karma Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

hi swati, i just wanna say we being chef, try to find shot cut ways to get best results, i know that the traditional recipe may not require certain ingredients but we try to make things easy for people all over the world who are trying dishes for the

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VahChef Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012


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potofgold07 Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

Thank you Sanjay!

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