Hello Julie, my friend forwarded your website to me as I was looking for a roti canai recipe. Then you knead it. It took me an hour to get a ‘smooth like a baby bottom’ ball. Terrine of chicken, pork and sausage meat pâté – special, Steamed Minced Pork with Tung Choy (冬菜蒸猪肉), Braised Pork Rice Bowl - Lu Rou Fan (滷肉饭). In Thailand, it is usually served sweet – typical fillings include condensed milk, peanut butter, jam and nutella, without the curry of course. I am sure you can use a stand mixer to mix the dough but I have not tried. Roti essentially means bread. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Your email address will not be published. https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipes/roti-canai-and-dhal-curry Once both water and flour is mixed evenly, leave it alone for 30 minutes. The popular hot milk tea beverage is prepared with black tea and condensed milk. The dough is like a husband. Roti essentially means bread. Mix the sugar and salt with your water together with the beaten egg. Take your time and enjoy it. Cover the balls completely with oil before placing them into your muffin tin. You need to coax him slowly, let him think it’s his idea all along and then he will do exactly what you want. Traditionally roti canai is served with dhal (lentil curry) or any type of curry, such as mutton or chicken curry.However, the versatility of roti canai as the staple lends itself to many variations, either savoury or sweet, with a variety of toppings and fillings, which includes eggs, banana, sardines and onion. Can I ask how many pieces did you make with your recipe? 80g is perfect for my granite rolling space. The dough can be put into a container and fry as and when. Wrap with cling film a few times and leave till the next day when you are ready to cook them. The fried ones can also be kept in an air-tight container and just reheat in microwave when needed. Hi WeeMee, I can’t remember. Please remember that the working of the dough is the most important part of making a nice roti. It’s called planning ahead. Roti canai is an Indian-influenced flatbread that has become the national bread of Malaysia. Roti Canai is typically made from flour, salt water and copious amount of ghee. Be patient with your dough. Using the muffin tin uses less oil. It was no hardship as I was watching television anyway. sorry. I suppose like all dough you will have to mix flour with water then the water + salt + sugar and egg. At local Malaysian restaurants Roti Canai Curry is typically served with a glass of Teh Tarik. when I made it’s usually for a day, that is lunch and dinner. Traditionally roti canai is served with dhal (lentil curry) or any type of curry, such as mutton or chicken curry. Roti Canai is so versatile. You will make roti canai taste precisely what you can get from the Mamak restaurant with a fluffy texture by following this recipe. Immediately divide the balls into palm size about 80g to 100g is what I prefer. Roti Canai is so versatile. I find it therapeutic and I usually leave my dough overnight. In my family, it’s never enough. I do not use condense milk but I love the smell and taste of butter and ghee. Your email address will not be published. Updated 7th January 2020 with new photos. It is also important that you divide and roll them gently and nicely into a round ball before you oil them and place into your muffin tin. Required fields are marked *. If you want to store into a box you will need a lot more oil. However, the versatility of roti canai as the staple lends itself to many variations, either savoury or sweet, with a variety of toppings and fillings, which includes eggs, banana, sardines and onion. Take your sweet time to make sure it is smooth before you divide them. The recipe reminds the same. TIP – I used melted ghee because it is not often I eat or make roti canai and I want to eat FULL flavour. If you’re making our Roti Canai Curry Recipe at home, we suggest serving it alongside a crunchy salad such as Chinese Cucumber or Indian Red Onion. My recipe and my method of making is by hand. Read more about Roti Canai here. I will explain how to make roti canai in detail in this article. https://thehappyfoodie.co.uk/recipes/malaysian-flatbread-roti-canai kekekekekeke p/s – I made a big pot of curry sauce so that the next day we can have curry noodles. Pause and wait between each mix till you get a smooth dough that’s a bit tacky. https://www.food.com/recipe/roti-canai-authentic-malaysian-recipe-270723 Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Add the liquid slowly to your dough and mix slowly.