Monday, October 12, 2015

Roat , a sweet flat bread from Uttarkhand


BM # 57
Week :2 , Day: 3
Theme: Flat Breads and Pancakes
Uttarkhand Cuisine

Roat is a sweet flat bread from uttarkhand .
During weddings and other family or religious functions certain traditional Garhwali dishes are prepared, the most important among them are Roat and Arsa. Roat is made of wheat flour and is quite rich.

The traditional Roat is thick and round and quite big, but I made bite sized triangles, so each family member could eat one .
While making these Roats I realized its similarity with Sindhi Mitho Lolo. They are prepared on similar lines.

Roat
Recipe Source : Uttaranchal Recipes

Ingredients
2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup cold milk
150 gms clarified butter / ghee
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
1 tsp aniseed, lightly pounded
11/2 cups jaggery
1 cup water

Method
Heat the water and dissolve the jaggery in it. 
Sieve the jaggery solution through a muslin cloth. Set aside, and allow the solution to cool.
Mix thoroughly the wheat flour with the milk along with two-tbsp. ghee. 
Add Ani seeds and Cardamom powder and mix well. 
Add the jaggery solution to the prepared wheat flour, gradually kneading it.
Continue adding the jaggery solution and kneading the flour till it turns into a stiff dough.
Make thick roats like roties out of the dough , I made small triangles  out of it.
Place an iron griddle on a slow flame. 
Cook the roat on the griddle.
Turn the roat upside down and add ghee lavishly .
Cook each roat till it becomes brown. Remove the roat from the griddle 
Serve it when cool.



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8 comments:

  1. Thats a totally new roti for me. Jaggery, ghee and cold milk...nice!

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  2. That's surely one interesting roti..so many varieties!..

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  3. I enjoyed making and eating this during a previous BM. Love the cute triangles :)

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  4. What an interesting dish this is. Recipe sounds like a cookie recipe -- so this is like an Indian cookie -- very nice.

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  5. My mom makes the same like this rot and we love it.It looks sinful.

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  6. Omg, i want this sweet flat bread, such an interesting dish.

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  7. I made the hyderabadi version of this for the mega marathon but then I lost pics with computer accident and did not re-do your cute shaped ones remind me how much I loved them. I really need to make again

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  8. So interesting and different...looks wonderful

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