View full recipe at www.manjulaskitchen.com Learn how to cook Besan ki Roti recipe by Manjula. This bread is gluten free. Ingredients 2 cups besan gram flour (available in Indian grocery stores) 2 tablespoons oil 2 tablespoons yogurt (dahi) 1/2 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon chili flakes 1-1/2 tablespoon dry fenugreek leaves (kasoori mathi) Pinch of asafetida (hing) Approx. ¼ cup of water use as needed ¼ cup rice flour for rolling the roti Approx. 2 tablespoons butter or ghee (clarified butter)
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Wonderful recipe. I cannot wait to try it out. I just found out the other day that I sadly have to eat a gluten free diet and Indian food has TONS of options. I? also added you on Twitter and Facebook. Namasté.
My family has been doing wheat-free for new year, i just knew that wheat free? roti would be a great ‘bread’ option!
Hi, I am visiting this channel again. I am learning “Indian” cuisine & am visiting many channels. The ingredients & methods are new to me. A lot of this cuisine is very frugal & vegetarian? dishes never seem boring these ways! (We eat meat but have many meatless days.) I am learning more about the spice mace. My best regards from France via the USA!
im absolut fan of? ur food ty 🙂
I like u & ur recipes very? much. Thanks a lot.
Oh man,? you’re making my mouth water. Thanks for this!
asafetida has gluten in it so please do not use it at it? is optional only.Since asafetida is made in gluten processed factory. I came to know this from a friend of mine who has celiac disease. I hope it helps.
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Namaskar, Manjula Aunty. I have made these for my family and they *loved* them! We are trying to avoid wheat as much as possible in our diet, so finding a replacement for the much loved wheat chapatis is much appreciated! I will? be making these regularly for them, for sure. With much love and thanks — Nandi.
gluten free? YESSSS I’m intolerant and? find a recepie like this, it makes me so happy :)))
I just stumbled upon you! ? I love all of these recipes. I hope I will be able to make some of your recipes in the future!
I learned? a lot from your channel ma’am
An avid fan all the,way from japan!
Sounds like a good learning video for gluten free diet options.? Please subscibe to my channel for more links to this subject.
aunty u r great.is this roti safe for diabetic people?
You are the best online. I? love your recipes.
Thank? you from the UK x
yes but if you use aata it’s not gluten free…so this recipe is good for people who have gluten? allergy..
yes do was? too dry.
Namaste Miss? Manjula! I was hoping you’d post this. It looks wonderful!!!
Thank you I cannot wait to try!
Aunty Manula, this looks delicious! I tried making this, and sadly, as it was my first attempt at making roti, it was not very good (due to my lack of skill). My rotis were kind of dry and fell apart while cooking them! They were hard after cooking, too. I think I messed up the dough. Do you think my dough was too dry? I also used soy yogurt. I would love to try again! Thanks, Aunty Manjula. 🙂 You? are the best!
My mouth is watering !
thank you for posting this. i have seen it in a movie but wasnt sure.
now after reading your post i am certain.
will definitely try it? . thanks once again
thanks a lot for uploading videos of great tasting recipes…
you are like a mother for those girls who didn’t had chance to learn cooking before marriage like me …i have tried your few recipes and they are awesome in taste and so easy? to cook…
That looks delicious.?
in pakistan, our besni roti has chopped onion, chopped green chillie, chopped fresh corriender, crushed anaardana, and we use 2/3rd of besan and 1/3rd of aata…. then we cook it in tandoor/oven and these rotis r not thin, they r a lil thick..and we butter it after it comes out. we eat? it with lassi (butter milk) and achaar. its pure punjabi village food.
I love? indian food and i’m a vegetarian, not such a good cook though! but trying to learn the basics. Thanks for posting.