We bought one Roti Maker, during out trip to Bangalore last year.
A new mall called Total in Madivala....
We paid like Rs 600/- for a Rs 2,000/- item. Not bad.... Not sure about the electricity or the gas saving,as we are almost paying the same for both.
We are using it for more than a year now.
The idea was to have non oil rotis and reduce weight. Target was 10 kilos in a year!
But due to certain factors, eventually have gained weight over last 1 year!
Watchout for number of rotis that gets consumed, and plan well.
How does it work?
You need not roll rotis.
Make a ball of kneeded atta.
Keep it in center of the two round hard tava handles of roti maker, and press hard....
Voila, you get good rotis.
To have soft rotis after making, even hot, store the cooked one's in a towel inside a hot pack. Works!
Do not have the roti kneeded atta, dry. Let it be bit soggy.
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