Saturday, 28 January 2012

Roti Jala- Singapore laced Pancakes


Lacey thin pancakes that are a wonderful accompaniment to a spicy curry.

Ingredients:

4 oz /120 grams  plain flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder
Cold water or Coconut milk  (I used water)
1 egg (I used 1 tablespoon yoghurt instead)
1 tablespoons sunflower oil

Method:

1. Sieve the flour and add the salt and turmeric.
2. Add the yoghurt and mix with the flour.
3. Add water a little at a time to form a batter of dropping consistency.There should be no lumps.


4. Fill a  roti jala cup mould with the batter.(I used an icing bottle or you can use a ketchup bottle)

5. Heat a non stick pan  and oil it sparingly with the oil.
6. When it is hot turn the heat to medium  and using the roti jala cup mould quickly spread the batter in to the pan using a circular motion  or forming vertical stripes as in this video.


7. Once the pancake has set after 2-3 minutes, you can fold it into three and transfer to serving place and repeat for remaining batter.There is no need to flip the pancake.
Serve with curry of your choice.

You may like :
Pudla savory pancakes

Submitting to:
Flavours Of Singapore event by simply.food

18 comments:

  1. They Look Yummy

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  2. In Thailand people prepare it everywhere!!!!
    Now.....also by me!!

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  3. Seriously cant take my eyes from ur irresistible click,super tempting dish.

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  4. eye catching lacey pancakes look delicious Nayna


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Dear Nayna
    How are you? Now reading all the blogs that I missed here. This one is very new for me..Let me see if I can buy one Roti jala device here in delhi. Cant wait to make this one.
    Have a nice Sunday

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  6. this looks yummy!nice blog....joining up:)

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  7. new to me.....Delicious and yummy recipe..

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  8. such a cute roti. kids would be ecstatic to see this.

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  9. Wow!What a dish!A delicious roasted 'kolam'!

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  10. This is such a great idea! I think I will have to use a ketchup bottle as I don't have the bottle you are talking about - but this would be great for pancake day coming up!

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  11. nayna they really rock. i should have given a try to this.

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  12. Looks gr8,never tasted b4..thanx for sharing

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  13. I can't wait to make this one! So Awesome! I love the cup molds . Singapore is home to me as well :)

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  14. amaizing work done by you Nayna...roti zala looks too good

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  15. simply superb...i'm drooling over here.

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