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Malaysian Roti Jala

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Served as a snack alongside curries and stews, Malaysian Roti Jala (“net bread”) has a delicate, web-like look. It’s traditionally made with a special mold using several small spouts to pour the batter, but you can substitute the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer—just be prepared to work quickly while creating a lacey pattern in the pan.

Image of Malaysian Roti Jala

Ingredients:

Directions

  1. Step 1.

    Add all ingredients (except oil) to yourWhiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake to combine. Batter will be thinner than traditional pancake batter.

  2. Step 2.

    Lightly coat a large skillet with oil and heat over medium-high heat.Working quickly, drizzle the batter in quick circular motions to form a lacey pattern.

  3. Step 3.

    Allow the pancake to cook for 1-2 minutes (do not flip).

  4. Step 4.

    When the top is set and the bottom is lightly browned, slide pancake out of pan and onto plate. Roll up and dip in a delicious curry!

  5. Step 5.

    Pictured is roti served this with a pouch of butternut squash dal curry and jasmine rice; garnished with cilantro

Recipe Note

WHIP THIS UP WHEN…

Delicate looking and delicious, Roti Jala is a perfect carb accompaniment for curries and stews.


DON’T FORGET…

The Whiskware™ Batter Mixer helps you blend perfect pancake, crepe, or waffle batter, with minimal mess. Your countertops will love you!

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