What happens when some bachelors enter your kitchen?
I think most of you might have experienced the same when your darling husband come into your kitchen for making some simple dishes! The whole kitchen would have been a real mess then.
On December 30th some bachelors entered my kitchen. (With my prior permission :-)) My kitchen is very small and actually I don't like them engage that little place for sometime.(Especially because of the disorderliness they create) :) Whenever I leave to
Once my husband had told, one of his friends Mr. Rasheed is an expert in cooking, particularly in Malaysian dishes. So we called him and he agreed to make some Malaysian porottas for us. Though he cooks well, his real job has no connection with cooking! :)
Maida / all purpose flour 2 kg
milk 1 cup
water 2 1/2 cups
Sugar 2 table spoons
green chillies 3
1) Roti canai - Malaysian porottas
Add eggs and milk to the flour.Mix well by adding water.
Make a dough by kneading very well. He didn't add ghee while making dough.
But later after finished making dough, he just applied coconut oil over the dough with hands.
Then cover it using a wet cloth. Keep it like that for one hour.
Then make balls.
The important parts are the kneading and rolling. ( Veeshal we say in Malayalam :D)
Wipe a clean surface using oil. Take one ball and press it to make a small chapati using hands. Press only edges, not the middle. The middle part must be thick.
Expand it by rolling with hands.( We can make a similar one by using a rolling pin)
Then fold like you watch in the pictures.
Then just twist it to make a round shape.(Not compulsory) Then press again with hands to make it little more flat.Place it on a griddle, roast by flipping over and adding ghee on both sides.
2) Roti telur bawang - Onion and egg porottas
3) Roti Sardin telur Bawang - Sardines, onion and egg porottas
View Slide Show of Preparation.
4) Roti Pisang manis - Banana cheese porottas
Meet the Chef and View preparing method!