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Lavash Bread or Tandori Roti


Lavash Bread or Tandori Roti
Recipe By: Navid

About this Recipe:

NavidNavid: While Lavash is the traditional Iranian bread, Tandoori roti is the traditional Indian bread. These two breads are very similar and the techniques to bake them are almost the same. They both would normally be baked in Tanoor (Farsi) or Tandoor (Hindi) which is a clay oven, heated with wood. The only obvious difference between them is that Lavash is usually made from white flour while roti is made from whole wheat flour. This means that roti will be a little bit darker than Lavash. This recipe is my homemade version of Lavash. My added touch is the brushing with butter which makes it a little bit more crispy while gives it more flavor.


Main Ingredients:

Bread Flour: 3 cups
Water: 1 cup
Salt: 1 tsp
Butter: 1 tbsp


Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 450 F/230 C.

2. Mix the flour and salt together.

3. Pour the water into the center of the flour and mix to dough.

4. Knead for 10 min or until dough becomes smooth and elastic.

5. Cover the dough and leave it for 20-30 min.

6. Turn out the dough into a lightly floured surface and divide into 6 balls.

7. Roll the balls into 15 cm rounds. Brush them with melted butter.

8. Bake them for 10-15 min.

Published on March 30, 2008
Last edited on October 23, 2009

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Servings
 
6
Easiness
 
Intermediate
Prep Time
 
15 min
Cook Time
 
15 min
Inactive Time
 
30 min
Ready in
 
1 hour
Recipe by
 
Comments
 
4
13 Ratings
 
Average rating: 4.15



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Comments: 4

Sheila Dutt, Guest from: Fiji2009 Jun 16
Average rating: 4
very good recipes but would like to be able to use this recpe as a wrap and put filling inside so would it be different thank you

Tom, Guest from: Toronto2009 Jul 01
Average rating: 4
Actually, Lavash is the traditional Armenian bread, where it originated. Iranians as well as a multitide of other countries in the region commonly make this type of bread, all with their own variations.

Faraz, Guest2011 Dec 04
Average rating: 5
You should try making this using the pizza stones. It will come out much better. Just my advice...but recipe is very good!! Merci!

Roti Maker, Guest from: All Pakistan2014 Sep 22
Average rating: 3
yes it's true recipe idea & also good job thank you for sharing

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