Monday, 29 July 2013

INDIAN HONEY BREAD - SHAHED KI ROTI

INDIAN HONEY BREAD - SHAHED KI ROTI

This is it!!!

I got no long introduction to share, but as I said in my earlier post, when I try something new and it turns out gud i cannot resist myself from sharing it here :)

I was seeing this post in vahrevah.com fb page from long, but dint bother to watch the video, Today morning I was just scrolling down and tot lets watch it!! and all I got was filled with excitement to try it. Waited till evening though and this was the result lolz!!

So all credit to Sanjay Thumba for this!!



Ingredients:

1 cup all purpose flour (Heaped)
1/2 cup Honey
1 tsp sauf powder heaped
1 tsp crushed black pepper 
1/2 tsp onion seeds/ kalaunji
Salt 1/4th tsp
Soda 1/4th tsp
Ghee 1tsp + while roasting
Water Little for binding

Method:
- Mix in all the above ingredients and knead it into a soft dough!!
- Keep it to rest for 15 mins or till the time your ready to cook
- Heat a tava in medium. Roll this dough into thin sheets of  paratha thickness.
- Put it in the tava and roast it both the sides till nice golden brown. Apply ghee while cooking. Serve It hot or cold
- Eat it as it is or along with any gravy u desire :)




Notes:

- Keep tava in low flame while cooking as it may get dark brown spots too quick due to honey
- original recipe calls for crushed fennel seeds, but since seeds were not available I used powder form.
- All the spices are important as everything combines and brings out nice flavor.
- After it cools down it may show stiff fragile texture which is gud sign!! 
- Makes 6 small ones and 4 big ones
- Press hard and try to roll thin, as It might tend to get thicker when we cook :)



Impression:

Mild Sweet, With perfect blend of spices!! Soft and detectable in taste!! well roasted both the sides using ghee and It was just yumm yumm :)

If u got honey at home do not wait to give it a try. Usually im not the person who likes honey!! to me It gives a smell when consumed but this was something different and additional combo of flavors made my taste buds accept it :)
Im sure you'll like and enjoy the same way I did :)












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14 comments:

  1. Very different roti.. quite interesting recipe with honey.

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  2. I so agree with you. No need an intro for a wonderful dish. Absolutely good.

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  3. nice bread. and yes always keep sharing when you try something new:) Go blogging!
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  4. i guess i could eat that just like dat without anything to go with it! awesome...

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  5. the recipe looks different...thanks for sharing...

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  6. This looks delectable with so many flavours in it !

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  7. interesting recipe, Aara. hey ! i have made a post on the awards..do drop by. got something for you in there ! :)

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  8. Unique recipe, looks great.

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  9. That's an interesting recipe.. A twist !

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  10. We make one but this sounds really nice, should try once this way

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