Monday, October 19, 2015

Roti Jala Kari Kambing


Roti Jala? How should I pretty much translate roti jala? Maybe best said as our Malaysian roti and a Malay style (Ayam Buah Keluak, Nasi Kerabu Biru, Sambal Belimbing Ikan BilisKerabu Taugeh & Ikan Goreng Asam) roti or savory flat pancake. Making roti jala, meaning, the roti batter is not a brain cracker. But for me personally, since I made these roti jala for the first time, oh-god, what a killer. Not the batter lemme repeat again, the streaming of it out of the cup actually. The cup you need and this cup with like long teeth below where the batter will be stream out. The first few roti jala I made? Definitely out of shape. Then, after a few rounds, not bad, but still not perfection. And when it came to the much remaining batter thereafter, I decided roti jala will be made as thin pancakes. Ohhhh! Roti Jala by far must be paired alongside a spicy curry and what can be like the match in heaven for roti jala but kari kambing, aka mutton curry (Shahi Mutton Curry, Lamb Rogan Josh, Mutton Kurma & Mutton Keema). Sensational? Ah sensational? Yep. When you dip roti jala in the spicy Indian style curry, millions of knocks on food haven. Delicious. Utterly. Trust me. So, how about you making Roti Jala Kari Kambing? 

For roti jala
1 cup all purpose flour/tepung gandum/wheat flour (mine is all purpose)
1 egg
1 1/2 cup milk (carton milk)
1/2 tsp turmeric/kunyit powder
Water as needed
A pinch of salt.

Method
Add all the ingredients in a bowl except water. 
Whisk together while pouring water bit by bit and continue to whisk for a smooth consistency to stream down the cup.
Heat a flat pan.
Rub a little butter.
Stream the batter from the cup while circling out. 
Cook on both sides.
Careful when you lift the roti as not to break. 
Then either fold or gently roll the roti. 
Do the same to the balance of the batter.
For kari kambing/mutton curry
400g mutton - cut into bite sizes
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp plain chilli powder
** mix mutton with turmeric powder and chilli powder. Keep aside.
Note: you may consider pressure cooking to soften mutton. 
1 large onion - sliced 
Spices - 1 cinnamon, 3 clove, 1 star anize and 3 lightly crushed cardamom
1/2 tbsp coriander powder
1 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp crushed black pepper
2 or 3 dried chillies - snipped
3 potatoes - sliced
2 sprigs coriander leaves - sliced
Salt for taste
1/4 cup oil

Method
Sauté onion, spices and dried chillies.
Add mutton and stir in.
Add coriander powder, and cumin powder.
Stir in.
Pour enough water for gravy.
Stir and simmer to 1/2 soften mutton.
Add potatoes. 
Stir and simmer to soften potatoes.
Add black pepper and season with salt.
Stir, off the heat and combine in coriander leaves. 




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12 comments:

  1. Looks super duper tempting dear..love that mutton chukka and the roti jala looks damn good..

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  2. Wow this is superb,lovely combo and the roti jala has come out very well

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  3. This is really tempting stuff.. m salivating.. yummy

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  4. How delicious! And the roti jala looks so very pretty. Nice little kitchen gadget.

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  5. roti jala is so interesting
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  6. Roti n chukka looks really delicious nava.

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  7. Never heard about this roti jala...... n delicious mutton chukka..... awesome pics.... :)

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  8. I can't stop drooling at the tempting roti jalas and mutton chukka... I have no clue if we can get that cup around here...

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  9. I am hungry now :-) This is so tempting and delicious !

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  10. I never had this but so willing to taste it looks so delish.

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