Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Roti Jala



Roti Jala is a traditional Malay recipe popular in Singapore & Malaysia. It is also called as net bread or lacy crepes. I found it as an excellent dish for breakfast or dinner. Roti Jala is delicious when served with a chicken or spicy curry.




There is a special mold to use when cooking Roti Jala. However it is like a cup with holes in the bottom. So if you cannot find a Roti Jala mold in your area, there should have many alternatives.

Here is a photo of Roti Jala mold.



It is very easy to cook & can be used as an alternative for rice.

Here is the recipe for Roti Jala, another Malaysian delicacy.

Ingredients (for about 20 nos)
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups coconut milk 
Water as needed
1 medium sized egg
1/4tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp cooking oil
1/4tsp salt, 

Method

Mix all the ingredients in bowl
Using a hand whisk stir till it becomes a smooth batter. .



Add water gradually to make the batter smooth



Sift the batter to avoid lumps, and keep aside.




 
Heat a non-stick pan over medium heat.
Fill the Roti Jala mould with batter and quickly move the mould in a way to create a lacy pattern. (However the batter should be smooth enough to pass through the mould. If it is too thick, add some coconut milk & adjust the thickness)


Leave the Roti jala for few seconds until cooked. Cook only one side.


Fold Roti Jala & remove from pan.



Repeat the same procedure with remaining batter.



Serve with a spicy curry.


If you can find a sauce bottle as in this post,it would be a good alternative for Roti Jala Mould.Please check this link.
  
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23 comments:

  1. This reminds of my initial days in Singapore. I came across this spoon but don't know what to do with it & saw the demo at Tangs .. Impressed by it I brought it but till now never tried..
    Looks yummy and perfect
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    1. oh you can try this recipe then...its really easy & tasty

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  2. Interesting recipe,thanks for sharing.

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  3. interesting recipe...Looks yum and loved the look of it...

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  4. wonderful post... Roti jala looks fantastic... the lacy pattern and colour makes it look all the more yummy... :)

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  5. YOu have all the right tools to make a wonderful roti jala! =)

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  6. WOW.. What an excellent recipe. How do you manage to click such inviting clicks. Awesome.

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  7. We dont get this gadget, else i would have already tried this roti jala,lovely platter.

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    1. Thanks for the comment,A sauce bottle as in this link would be an alternative for the mould....
      http://shuangxingfu.blogspot.sg/2012/02/kamas-roti-jala.html

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  8. New dish...intresting roti jaala....looks yummy...

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  9. They look interesting! Wish I had the tools to make them! xx


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  10. Your food is making me so hungry!
    I am a new follower. :)
    Lisa
    akawest.com

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  11. Hi Amy,
    What a lovely presentation for this very flavorful dish, it looks delicious. Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  12. thats a very new dish to me and its a beautiful crepe :-) I guess for those who do not have that mould, we can perhaps add the batter to a piping bag with a small tip and just pipe out the batter rather haphazardly and make the laces ;-)

    Regards,
    Manju Nair
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com/
    Email : manjuseatingdelights@gmail.com

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  13. Initially I looked at your blog (from blog hop) because you say you follow back. But my gosh! Food looks delicious. You and I are going to get along swimmingly haha! I'm getting so hungry now!
    I'm a new follower yay :D
    Erica xo

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  14. A lovely presentation of lacy bread. Nice clicks too. Thanks for viewing my space and for your lovely comments. Glad to follow you back. Keep in touch regularly pls.

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  15. Amy,
    So glad you stopped by Chasing Hailey. All your sutff on here looks absolutely yummy. I am your newest follower.
    Anissa

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  16. Hello Amy, normally when I prepare for roti jala, I will blend the batter to get smoother and very fine batter. I is easy to 'jala' when we blended it. I am following your blog and list yours in my bloglist. Thanks.

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    1. oh thanks a lot for this tip....I will sure try next time.Thanks a lot for joining with my blog...

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  18. interesting...bookmarking this. Thanks for sharing

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