Sunday, 25 November 2012

Malaysian Roti Canai,Another Delicious Roti Recipe


Malaysian Roti Canai

Roti Canai is another delicious Roti we could taste in Malacca. Being a Foodie, I can’t wait until I try a recipe at home after trying in a restaurant. The taste & the method of Roti Canai is bit similar to Singapore Roti Prata or Sri Lankan Godamba Roti. Anyway as I remember,I haven’t post any of the recipes before.
Here is my try of making Malaysian Roti Canai at home.

Malaysian Roti Canai

Ingredients (5-6 Roti)
2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 cup butter or ghee
1/2 cup water or as required
Salt to taste
Method
Making this Roti is easy. Please refer the photos for each steps.
Malaysian Roti Canai

Add flour & salt together & sift into a medium bowl.
Add ghee or butter into flour mixture. (I used butter)
Gradually add water & make a dough.
Knead the dough on a cleaned & greased counter top for about 5 minutes.
Place the dough  in a bowl and allow  rest for at least 2 hours.

After 2 hours(minimum),

Malaysian Roti Canai

Take a small ball of the dough.
On a very cleaned & greased counter top, place the dough and roll the dough as much as thin. Spread some oil on top of roti when you rolling. Turn it both side & roll again.
After that slowly fold the roti in four sides into a small roti.
Heat a non-stick pan & place the Roti. Cook both sides.
Roti Canai is ready to serve.

Malaysian Roti Canai

This is matching with Malaysian Chicken Kapitan or Sri Lankan Dhal Curry. I added Pol Sambal also into my menu & it was a nice combination.


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17 comments:

  1. am a crazy fan of Roti Canai.. you have made it perfectly

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  2. super yummy roti canai
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  3. Very attractive and prefect roti canai.

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  4. Nice to eat roti with some spicy sabzi...done perfectly.

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  5. Hmm... Roti Canai. Love your recipe...

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  6. Cool! Didn't realize prata has so many names. My hubby will like this!

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  7. New recipe to me..love Roti,

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    1. thanks a lot,I will check the post

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  9. look so great!


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  11. This looks beautiful! Thank you for the recipe- one of these cold snowy days I will try this recipe.

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  12. This looks so good! I will have to try it sometime.

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