BM #116 Day 13 - 

Here is an assembled thali with a mix of rice and roti. The uniqueness of the roti is that it is made out of pizza dough.

My initial plan was to bake them as naan but I was swamped with other stuff and ended up making them on the stove top as regular rotis.

Taste wise, I didn't find much difference. I just felt they were very soft and if you keenly observe there might be an aftertaste of yeast similar to the Naan. 

Today's thali featuring the Garlic Butter Roti with Pizza Dough, Aloo Gobi, Tomato Peanut Dal, Rice, Yogurt, Semiya Kheer and a Clementine.

Ingredients - 

Pizza Dough 2 cups (approximately)
Garlic butter 2 tsp



Method Of Preparation -


Pinch equal portions of the dough (I made about 12).

Roll into thin discs.

Heat a griddle. Gently place the rolled disc on the hot griddle.

After bubbles appear, flip the disc, dribble some garlic butter and cook on both sides. 

Remove onto an insulated box. Repeat for the remaining dough.



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Preparation Time 30 minutes
Makes 12
Posted by Harini R on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

4 comments

  1. rajani Says:
  2. Good way to use up the dough! I have done it before too, but that was a longtime back. The platter looks good, there is something for everyone:-)

     
  3. Suma Gandlur Says:
  4. It never occurred to me to use the pizza dough for rotis though pizzas are can be made on stove top as well. It's good that you could use up the dough. Both roti and rice lovers would love this thaali.

     
  5. Srivalli Says:
  6. Wow that roti surely looks amazing harini, what a lovely way to make a thali..all the dishes sound so inviting too..

     
  7. Roti from pizza dough is very unique and needs a thought process ! To begin with I have stopped making pizza at home ( when you own a pizza joint , how can you make one )
    But i like that roti it looks fantastic , the whole thali looks lovely .

     
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