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Rotis (Indian Fried Breads)

One of a number of variations on this popular Indian fried bread. Serve as an accompaniment to curries or dhalls.

3 cups of chapatti four (ata)
6 tbsp melted butter or ghee
1.5 cups of warm water
Pinch of salt
Seive the flour and add the salt.

Rub 2 tablespoons of melted butter into the flour until it resembles breadcrumbs

Gradually add warm water to make a soft dough. Cover the dough mixture and set aside for at least 10 minutes.

Divide the dough into eight portions and form each into a ball and then roll out into circles.

Brush each circle with melted butter and fold over into a half circle.

Brush again with melted butter and fold over once more into a triangle.

Roll out the triangular shape.

Grease a hot griddle or tava (frying pan) and place the rolled out bread onto it.

Fry for 1 minute approximately on each side. It may be necessary to turn more often to ensure thorough cooking and prevent burning.

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