Flat breads or rotis are found everywhere in the Indian subcontinent. Usually made to order and eaten warm with accompaniments . These are made with a variety of flours , but wheat remains predominant . A tour of the region will definitely introduce one to the lean rotis, layered rotis , stuffed rotis and many more. So what makes Khoba Roti stand apart ? Variously known as Khoba roti or Moti Roti or Jadi Roti this is essentially is a thick unleavened flat bread with indentations . These indentations are perfect for holding copious amounts of ghee , providing the much needed boost of energy for the hardworking folk . These patterned indentations are what that elevates the humble flat bread from the deserts of Rajasthan into a work of art .
Kulchas are leavened flat bread that can easily be mad e on stove top at home. These are delicious plain , but can be stuffed with a variety of ingredients like – potatoes , cheese , or meat. Aloo kucha is stuffed with spiced mashed potatoes. The potatoes make it soft and helps the kucha
stay fresh and soft longer.
Lachha paratha is a layered flat bread from the Indian Sub Continent. In the south It is also known as Parotta, Malabaar paratha or Kerala parotta . This is a delicious unleavened bread that you will be tempted to eat all by itself . The over lapping layers are crunchy on the top hiding tender layers inside.