I know I am easily pleased I did find making these such fun. I wanted to see if I could get the pocket effect on a roti using fibre flour. I watched a you tube video or 2, this one was very useful https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-xuD1kXjTTc Well they turned out just like the real thing so do have a go. I made a video of the roti puffing up but can’t work out how to upload it, the pic is showing how the roti have a pocket but it was taken with all I had left as we had eaten the rest. To make 10 roti 2 cups of ultra fine fibre four 1 cup warm water 1 tablespoon olive oil Meted Ghee for brushing on cooked Roti Pinch of salt I definitely recommend watching a you tube video on how to make these but in summary: 1 Mix al the ingredients together. 2 Knead for 5 to 10 minutes (I used my Kenwood with dough hook 3Cover and rest for 10 minutes 4 Divide into 10 balls of dough 5 Roll out into circles 6 Fry in a dry non stick pan until starting to bubble 7 Throw on flame of gas ring as per video Magic happens !!!
Nov 25, 2019
Attempted a Yorkshire Pudding as per the recipe on the website for the first time. The result had the texture of a cake rather than a traditional pudding as pictured below. I wonder if this is the expected result or if I did something wrong? I did deviate from the recipe in a few ways. Firstly I did add the optional yeast (Hovis fast action bread yeast) and I did not add the salt to the mixture straight away but gave the yeast a little time without it first. The second thing was that I made the batter some time before it was needed so the yeast was bubbling away for about an hour first. Have these deviations resulted in more of a Yorkshire cake than a pudding?