Ultra Low Carb Rotis From Rotimatic

​Homemade rotis help lose weight faster than the regular store-bought bread.

Rotimatics have made our lives easier here.

I have come up with a wonderful recipe for rotis with very low carbohydrates which promotes weight loss and increases satiety of each of your meals.

​Ingredients:

  • ​Whole Wheat Flour (Sujata or Ashirwad) - 1 Cup
  • ​Besan - 1/2 cup
  • ​Any mix of millet flours (sorghum, pearl mIllets) - 1/2 cup
  • ​Oats Flour - 1/2 cup
  • ​Coconut flour - 1/4 cup
  • ​Almond flour - 1/4 cup
  • ​Flaxseed meal - 1/4 cup
  • ​Hemp seed meal - 1/4 cup
  • ​Finely ground salt - to taste
  • ​Black pepper 1/2 tsp
  • ​Red (cayenne) pepper 1 tsp
  • ​Turmeric 1 tsp
  • ​Ground cumin 2 tsp
  • ​Ground ajwain (carom seeds) 2 tsp
  • ​Crushed and powdered Kasuri methi - 1/2 cup (in generous quantities) 
  • ​Baking powder 1/2 tsp (Optional)
  • ​Hing 1/2 tsp, if desired

​Directions:

  • 1
    ​Mix everything well and run through a sieve (or mix in a stand mixer, if you have one); the idea is to mix everything well.
  • 2
    ​Fill the rotimatic flour cup and use settings: Ashirwad Multigrain, Thickness - 1 , Roast Max, Oil Max.
  • 3
    ​You might err with first few rotis, but once your rotimatic adjusts to these settings you will be amazed at how healthy your rotis are!!
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4 thoughts on “Ultra Low Carb Rotis From Rotimatic

  1. This is awesome .. Thankyou so much for this recipe . Will skipping the spices make a good plain roti ?? I need to have those .

    1. you could skip the spices..just a dash of salt and pepper will make a good Roti too. Except spices are packed with so many health benefits that you must try to add these to your Rotis, curries and stir frys 🙂

    1. Hi Vidhya – baking powder is certainly an optional ingredient. it does make the Rotis fluffier, and also has slight health benefits in that it help relieve bloating and neutralizes acidity and in general helps with digestion. I use this occasionally when i want to make a thicker Naan-like roti too or if i am just taking a doughball out to make daal-baati. But when making thin everyday Rotis i would skip it… i would love for someone that has slight gluten intolerance, try out this recipe and use of baking soda and see if this helps make them feel better. I am fortunately one of the 95% of people that tolerate gluten well 🙂 so i cant say either ways if this is useful for me or not!

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