Jul 20, 2011

Malaysian Lace Pancakes (Roti Jala)

Roti Jala
This is a net pancake that is a speciality of Malaysia...Very easy to make..For making that you will need a squeeze bottle like the one which I showed in the pictures or else you can buy a mould that is specially designed for this,it is available in all plastic shops..It will look something like this. I served this with sesame chicken..
Ingrediants:

Flour-1 3/4 cup
Milk-1 1/2 cup
Water-1/2 cup
Egg-1
Salt -1 tsp
Turmeric powder-1 tsp
Oil for greasing

Method:

Mix everything except oil  together and form a smooth batter.

Heat the tawa on medium heat..Pour the batter in to a squeeze bottle and gently squeeze it over the tawa.

Let it cook on slow flame till golden brown on bottom.Fold it in triangles.

Serve it with spicy chicken curry.

Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants

Take flour,salt,turmeric powder in a bowl

add in milk

water

throw in eggs...

beat well
fill this into a squeeze bottle

drizzle this in hot tawa ...

let it cook on one side completely...fold it into triangles
Serve and enjoy..

30 comments:

  1. They look very pretty and like the idea of squeezing from a bottle..yummy.
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  2. Que bonits te han quedado esos cakes con el calado. me gustan mucho!!. además son muy fáciles. gracias por compartir. un beso.

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  3. This sounds and looks really delicious. I would love to give this a try. Yummy! From the first photo I figured this would be more difficult to make. Thanks for the step by step.

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  4. good one..wondering if it can be made eggless!

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  5. Seems you have mastered the Malaysian cuisine perfectly!! Have you tasted all this previously or making & tasting for the first time?

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  6. Wow.. this is a cute pancake. I have seen this on TLC and used to drool. Now you revealed the recipe and here I go. Will give it a try soon :) Got to replace eggs and try veg version for parents to eat :)

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  7. This is so much more fun than an ordinary pancake. Thanks for sharing. Diane

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  8. Greta.Will make them for sure.Can't be difficult with your fantatsic instructions;)

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  9. Hey this is totally cool... Never heard of this. Malaysian cuisine is indeed interesting. It will be fun making this :)

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  10. wow, that looks super delicious. I saw it first in cool lassie's blog and loved it there too :)

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  11. This really looks like fun and somethng I could make a version of that would not require buying any additional ingredients. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Great recipe! It's very similar to a funnel cake when you first pour it in to the pan. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  13. Hola gracias por visitar mi blog, aqui estoy devolviendote la visita y de paso paseandome por tu interesante blog, la receta me gusta mucho, la encuentro muy exótica.
    Un beso

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  14. Hola, encantada de conocerte, gracias por pasarte por mi blog, me alegro que te gustara alguna recta,tienes un blog muy interesante, con comidas muy originales, estaremos en contacto, un saludo.

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  15. I appreciate the loving words you left on my blog. It is a pleasure to me that you like my blog. Now I'm going to take a tour of yours;). I'm a follower not to lose contact.

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  16. I haven't had this roti jala for a long, long time. When I was young had a Malay neighbour and this grandma used to make this, no gadget, only used her hands to swirl the batter onto the tawa.

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  17. Net pancakes? What a great idea, they look cool and fun to make!!!Thank you so much for sharing!

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  18. Hai Aarthi,Nice to see you have successfully cooked all those Malaysian food.Really hope that you enjoy it.Happy cooking.

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  19. really interesting the squeeze bottle omelette!

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  20. Delicious roti jala, best to go with curry chicken, yum yum

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  21. Me gusta tu receta de hoy, parece fácil. Tomo nota, la haré un día.
    Besos.

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  22. I love the lace technique!

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