Healthy Multigrain Roti Recipe (Vlog)

in food •  4 months ago

IMG_2036.jpg

Healthier Roti

I'm a typical Punjabi when it comes to Indian cuisine. I love rotis/parathas/naans/puris with my main meal. So basically I'm not a big fan of rice and have an obsession with bread! This recipe is for a healthier roti.

Cornmeal

It contains cornmeal (makki) which is great for people who are sensitive to gluten. It's also high in fibre and iron.

Pearl Millet

Pearl millet (bajra) is also gluten free and high in fibre. It contains several essential minerals like phosphorus, zinc and magnesium and apparently has quite a high protein content for a grain.

Wheat

I'm trying to cut back on wheat and only used a little in this roti recipe, just to bind the dough together really.

Recipe

The proportions to use are:
1 part millet/bajra
1 part wholewheat flour (atta)
4 parts cornmeal/makki

Watch the vlog to see how I made these rotis and please give them a try:

MummyImperfect x

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!
Sort Order:  

It sure looks delicious and healthy too! I love roti.
Thanks for sharing @mummyimperfect.

·

I've only started discovering how many types of rotis there are in India...and the rest of the world!

To listen to the audio version of this article click on the play image.

Brought to you by @tts. If you find it useful please consider upvoting this reply.

hmm it looks so good! I'm German and we love bread haha. There are so many different kinds.

·

Bread is so satisfying! These days some people thing it makes you fat but it's all about balance I think.

·
·

yes exactly! And there's also a lot of healthy bread like the dark one..

Looks so yummy! i love Indian food actually looks pretty healthy too which is always a plus :) Have an awesome day. Great vlog :) Xx

·

Thanks for watching :)

your food looks great. This is also our turkish cuisine
1porsiyon3.Jpeg