Doli Ki roti- Traditional Indian Bread- Fermented, stuffed and fried.

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16 Responses

  1. Geetu Gyani says:

    So glad to see this recipe. I lost mine Brings back wonderful memories and aromas. Well try to for sure. Used to eat with kathal ki sabji.

  2. Recipes and you says:

    so happy to share my love for these with you geetu.Do try and reply on my fb page with your pic.will look forward to see yours.

  3. Nikita says:

    Hello! I just made the water solution for yeast. I have a question : Can I keep the prepared final dough in the fridge overnight? In that case, do I have to keep the dough out for sometime to let it come to room temp?Thanks for the recipe. I will let you know how it turns out.

  4. Recipes and you says:

    Hi nitika. nitika we never keep the dough in the fridge overnight. We always make the rotis from the ready dough straight after fermentation. You may loose the softness and the rise once you refrigerate it. I would not suggest you do that. But yes you may fry the rotis n keep them in refrigeration for about a week. Also the remaining yeast can be refrigerated till next use and put under fermentation again before dough preparation. let me know if you need more info on how to activate yeast again. Would love to hear from you

  5. Nikita says:

    My yeast didnt forth. It might be the weather. I will try again after the rains end.

  6. Recipes and you says:

    Ya nikita. This dough comes out best in hot weather. Do try. Hope you get it right the second time.

  7. Nupur Mehra says:

    Beautiful pictures and interesting recipe Aditi. Never heard of this roti before.

  8. Recipes and you says:

    Thanks nupur. It has its origin from Multan. You must try it to feel its texture. Its really delicious

  9. Leela Ramesh says:

    Thank you so so much. Very nicely cebofbyou. What a treat to make, serve and eat such breads!

  10. Recipes and you says:

    Happy you liked it Leela Ramesh. Thanks a lot. Do like our fb page and follow the blog for regular updates.

  11. Ashma Khanna says:

    Thanks for sharing the recipe, I was going wrong somewhere while doing it, would try your way now.

  12. Recipes and you says:

    Pleasure Ashima Khanna. Happy to hear itll help you. Do share results. PS: we make it only in summers as high temperature needed for fermenting the starter.

  13. Priya says:

    Hi dear,
    I am not able to get the measurements for every spice u mentioned like saunf, khus khus etc. Plz let me know. Thanks

  14. Sudha says:

    Thanks for sharing the recipe. I love doli roti since my childhood. My neighbours used to make it and shared with all the neighbours. I will try to make it.

  15. Chander Sharma says:

    Thanx n thanx for childhood delicacy.We all used to love eating with mangoes.My mother used to bring homemade yeast from somebody. Now surely wl try soon as I have some memory.Pls let me know for how long we can keep yeast in the fridge

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