Recipe by Sudika
Low GI, filling and high in protein. A great roti to eat your potatoey curries with and not feel guilty of carbo loading.
Directions See How It's Made
- Sieve flour.
- Mix in salt and seeds.
- Slowly add boiling water mixing in with a fork to get a firm dough. If mixture is sticky add a bit more flour to make handling easier.
- Knead for one minute.
- Divide dough into 4 balls.
- Flatten each ball into a disc and roll with the aid of plenty of flour to a diameter of about 15cm.
- Heat a nonstick pan, tawa or griddle on medium high heat. Cook roti's on one side, when you notice small bubbles turn over and cook for one minute on the other side or until golden brown flecks appear. If the first side does not have the golden brown spots you can flip over and cook it for a further 30 seconds or so.