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    Makki Ki Roti

    So I bought that Mexican corn flour from the grocery store.
    Now what do I do with it to get Makki ki roti?
    Nice and soft kind.

    Do I mix some regular atta?
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    #2
    Re: Makki Ki Roti

    Add spelt or canadian white flour to keep the roti intact.

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      #3
      Re: Makki Ki Roti

      Originally posted by ~MuNiYa~ View Post
      So I bought that Mexican corn flour from the grocery store.
      Now what do I do with it to get Makki ki roti?
      Nice and soft kind.

      Do I mix some regular atta?
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        #4
        Re: Makki Ki Roti

        Anyway contrary to the popular belief that it is not a traditional roti as corn was introduced in India only a few hundred years ago. The settlers in the new world considered corn as an inferior food and feared that they would turn Red Indian if they eat it.

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          #5
          Re: Makki Ki Roti

          Use to add v little salt and little hot milk and mix well

          Roll it out right away and cook it in butter

          Serve hot with dahi or saag

          Punjabi cuisine


          Can add hot water/coconut milk instead

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            #6
            Re: Makki Ki Roti

            Makki ki roti is non indigenous but bajray ki roti is indigenous.

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              #7
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              Originally posted by Mostar95 View Post
              Makki ki roti is non indigenous but bajray ki roti is indigenous.
              Gawdd why r u bringing up science in food related stuff just let us eat or at least imagine to eat all the yummmy stuffffff
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                #8
                Re: Makki Ki Roti

                It is just for information. By the way I have eaten both the roties and bajray ki roti is more delicious and nutritious than makki ki roti. I am not sure about corn but its oil is inflammatory and not good for people with arthritis.

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                  #9
                  Re: Makki Ki Roti

                  Bajray ki roti is made out of millet flour? Will look into it!
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                    #10
                    Re: Makki Ki Roti

                    Yes indeed! You can mix rye flour as well and some white flour (spelt) to make it intact. Rye is the most healthiest grain.

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                      #11
                      Re: Makki Ki Roti

                      Originally posted by ~MuNiYa~ View Post
                      So I bought that Mexican corn flour from the grocery store.
                      Now what do I do with it to get Makki ki roti?
                      Nice and soft kind.

                      Do I mix some regular atta?
                      Cornbread is like heaven exploding in your mouth, give that a try. Kids can take it for lunch also.

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                        #12
                        Re: Makki Ki Roti

                        I will stick to avoiding all grain flours for now.
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                          #13
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                          Originally posted by Sidra54 View Post
                          I will stick to avoiding all grain flours for now.
                          Why? that could lead to nutrient deficiencies.

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                            #14
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                            Originally posted by Bobby1 View Post
                            Why? that could lead to nutrient deficiencies.
                            How so?
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                              Originally posted by Sidra54 View Post
                              How so?

                              The food guide is prepared using the best available science
                              deviating from it will lead to nutrient deficiencies. It recommends 6/7 servings of grains

                              Eat Right Ontario - Eating well with Canada's Food Guide


                              https://www.choosemyplate.gov/grains-nutrients-health

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