Learn to make Garlic Tandoori Roti Recipe | How To Make Tandoori Roti recipe with step-by-step video instructions. Tandoori Roti is a very popular Indian flatbread. Garlic Tandoori roti is a fragrant and delicious Indian flatbread which is made from whole-wheat flour which is usually made in a clay oven called a tandoor.
Garlic Tandoori Roti!
Who doesn’t like homemade bread??? For one, I very much love homemade breads. I always try to make breads at home, as they come with fresh baking aroma, and are so soft and buttery.
It’s a great story of what happened today.
Today at home, when I asked who wants some fresh garlic tandoori roti? Hubby raised both his hands, and seeing this, my 2 year old little girl also raised her hands. This is incredibly funny how kids just copy us in everything what grown ups do 🙂
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Garlic tandoori roti is so amazing, and so perfect for weekend lunch. Weekend lunches are one of the rare times when the whole family eats together. Oh gosh, I just love family lunches & dinners 🙂
Now, Let’s talk about the weekend lunch recipe I prepared.
For this garlic tandoori roti’s vegan version, I recommend using margarine instead of butter. You can also use ghee insted of butter which everyone’s favorite. I totally understand for some people using ghee makes a huge difference in taste it does make a huge difference, but for us it’s perfectly fine. We are not so fussy about ghee. However, we are always free to use what we like. Right? 🙂
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I have used garlic along with dried fenugreek as a topping on tandoori roti. These two ingredients just give it a wow factor. We can say its icing on the cake.
For me, herbs are always great, either fresh or dried. My favorites are dried herbs especially dried fenugreek leaves, and this is something hard to resist. Whenever I smell dried fenugreek leaves, I would follow it the same way mice followed bagpiper. I would call this recipe a win, because my 2 year old picky eater loved this one 🙂
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Garlic Tandoori Roti can be enjoyed fresh or even on the next day. So grab your ingredients and let’s get started.
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So let’s learn to make this delicious ‘Garlic Tandoori Roti’ with easy and quick steps.
Take a mixing bowl. Add crushed garlic, and dried fenugreek leaves. Mix well, and let it rest for 10 minutes.Take another bowl. Add flour, salt, and knead to make a firm dough by adding warm water.
Cover with cling film, and let the dough rest for 15 minutes. Divide the dough into golf ball size balls.
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Dip the dough ball into garlic, and fenugreek leaves mixture. Roll it out into a round shape of about 5 inches. Tandoori Rotis are a little smaller and thicker than normal chapatis. Pre heat oven at 400°f/ 200° C on broil. Place rolled out rotis on a baking tray, cook for about a minute or till you see brown spots appear. Flip the rotis over and cook this side until light brown spots appear. Spread some butter or margarine on top. Serve hot with any of your favorite curry or lentil soup. Enjoy!
- Whole Wheat Flour – 2 Cups
- Salt As Per Taste
- Warm Water For Kneading The Dough
- Whole Wheat Flour For Rolling
- Margarine, Ghee Or Butter
- Crushed Garlic – ¼ Cup
- Dried Fenugreek Leaves – ¼ Cup
- Take a mixing bowl. Add crushed garlic, and dried fenugreek leaves.
- Mix well, and let it rest for 10 minutes.
- Take another bowl. Add flour, salt, and knead to make a firm dough by adding warm water.
- Cover with cling film, and let the dough rest for 15 minutes.
- Divide the dough into golf ball size balls.
- Dip the dough ball into garlic, and fenugreek leaves mixture.
- Roll it out into a round shape of about 5 inches. (Tandoori Rotis are a little smaller and thicker than normal chapatis.)
- Pre heat oven at 400°f/ 200° C on broil.
- Place rolled out rotis on a baking tray, cook for about a minute or till you see brown spots appear. Flip the rotis over and cook this side until light brown spots appear.
- Spread some butter, ghee or margarine on top.
- Serve hot with any of your favorite curry or lentil soup. Enjoy!
For more delicious curry recipes, you should definitely check the following:
- Restaurant Style Paneer Do Pyaza Recipe
- Steamed Besan Gatte Ki Sabzi Recipe
- Palak Paneer Recipe
- Egg Curry Recipe
- Dhaba Style Dry Aloo Gobi Sabji Recipe
- Restaurant Style Shahi Kaju Curry
- Amritsari Chole
- Potato Onion Curry Recipe
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