Malaysian Roti Jala
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.
1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup water
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 teaspoon turmeric
oil for frying
Add all ingredients (except oil) to yourWhiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake to combine. Batter will be thinner than traditional pancake batter.
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.
Allow the pancake to cook for 1-2 minutes (do not flip).
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!
Pictured is roti served this with a pouch of butternut squash dal curry and jasmine rice; garnished with cilantro
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Delicate looking and delicious, Roti Jala is a perfect carb accompaniment for curries and stews.
The Whiskware™ Batter Mixer helps you blend perfect pancake, crepe, or waffle batter, with minimal mess. Your countertops will love you!