Would you prefer an Roti-Maker?
December 23, 2009 9:08pm CST
Hello Mylotter this is an another interesting discussion on Roti-Maker, mostly used to prepare roti, chapati, etc stuffs.Earlier at home, my mom and sis used to prepare roti for me in my meals, but as now sis have got married, and mom too busy with office work, am facing an serious pro of getting roti in my meals.My mom doesn't find time to prepare fresh hot roti's for me when i desire for, and cold roti's too taste awfull to me.Mostly its the day time when suffer the most. Even tried the outside caterers but they charge high for it, also the quality of the roti isn't that good as it used to be at home.Now am thinking of getting an instant Roti-Maker.Even think that it would save some fuel for me, as it works on electricity, more environment friendly.Earlier had buyed an instant dough-maker, just to ease out in the cooking process, and it worked well for sometime. So friends would you prfer an Roti-Maker or keep on with our regular practice, as its still considered to be good. Any Opinions? Suggestions?
30 Dec 09
no friend..i find traditional methods better than this roti maker...i have tried them at mumbai at my sis's home...but they are ok for puris but i dont find them suitable for rotis...if u r not used to these machines ...they appear to be more complicated and tiem consuming...also i have noted one thing...those rolled with hands have affection in it ...which these mechanical rotis can't give...
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30 Dec 09
Hello eshaan me too am thinking of getting my rotis by our traditional methods but still it was an thought that kept my mind too busy this days.As am also having some experience in cattering, know that even there the rotis are prepared by traditional methods than to go for an mechanical technique.Thsnks for your view about roti-maker, appreciate your response to this discussion, Happy mylotting.