Makki di roti eaten with the dish of Saag, is the old-school meal as eaten by the farmers and older generations. This meal used to be a real staple of the traditional Punjabi diet, but is not often seen these days.
This gives you the opportunity to try your hand at making a small quantity of makki di roti. You can try and see if you can get on with the technique, without committing to buying a huge bag of cornmeal. If you do get on with the techniques and find that you are able to handle the dough and to shape a round corn roti to the correct thickness, then it would be better to purchase a large bag of cornmeal. This can be purchased from any Asian supermarket.
Makki di roti is traditonally made by flattening with the hands, and not by rolling out. Click HERE for a step-by-step pictorial showing how to do this.
This is packed in a handy sachet to serve 4 people.
There are no gluten or dairy based ingredients in the mix.
Traditionally served buttered, you can use dairy-free spread to make this vegan and dairy-free.
Please note that whilst there is no gluten or dairy in this product. We are not a gluten-free, wheat-free or dairy-free environment.
Take a look at the Saag mix, which would customarily be eaten with Makki di roti: