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  • Philip Munda


Rotis are an essential accompaniment to any great curry but can also be eaten with some jam or honey with tea. They're a great weapon in any home cook's arsenal for pairing with a protein.

Serves: Makes 10-12 rotis

Time: 30 Minutes

Difficulty: Easy Peasy


  • 2 cups of flour

  • 1 cup boiling water

  • 1 teaspoon of salt

  • 2 Tablespoons of butter

  • 2 Tablespoons of oil


1. Add flour and salt to a bowl and mix well (this is to evenly distribute the salt) 2. Add the butter and with a fork mash it into the flour until it is combined well. 3. Add the boiling water (this is super NB) and mix with a spoon, careful it will be hot 4. The mixture will be crumbly, add the oil and mix. 5. Once the mixture cools use your hands to make a smooth soft dough 6. The dough will be warm, soft and spring slowly back when you push into it 7. Flour the surface and roll out the dough, roll it up into a log shape. 8. Cut the dough into 12 pieces 9. Put the dough pieces in a bowl and cover with towel 10. Roll out each piece and fry until golden and forming brown spots on each side +/- 1 ggggminute each side

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