How To Make Roti Jala ( Malaysian Net Crepes) | Malaysian Roti – Food-shaped nets or nets is often referred to as roti jala or roti kirai. This is the most delicious culinary eaten together gravy Curry goat, Curry Chicken, or beef curry. Roti jala with curry gravy is very popular as food menu of Malay and India even the Middle East. In Indonesia itself is quite well known as roti jala is typical of Riau, North Sumatra and Malay very many variations and unique shape. Despite this we know food specialties from Tanjung pinang, Riau. This food comes from the region of the Middle East or rather India.
Roti Jala also almost similar like pancakes or crepes are very popular during the fasting month of Ramadan and was also very popular as a snack on afternoon tea. Make roti jala is a very pleasant exercise because his prints are really easy to use. These foods have a lot of variety so so interesting and not boring.
There are many creatives in how to make roti jala is easy and simple use of these is the main ingredient in eggs and milk as an alternative to the coconut milk or combined with other materials to add to the flavour. So too with variations of the cuisine can with durian or presented along with chocolate sauce and so on.
- 1 cup all-purpose flour (150g)
- ¼ tsp ground turmeric
- ¼ tsp salt
- 1 egg (beaten)
- ¾ cup coconut milk mixed with ¾ cup (180ml) water
- Vegetable oil to grease pan
Sift flour and ground turmeric into a large bowl. Add salt. Stir in beaten egg and coconut milk until a smooth batter forms.
Strain batter to remove any lumps.
Brush a little oil onto a non-stick pan on medium heat. Pour a little batter into the roti jala cup until about half full. Move the cup in a circular motion over the pan to form a lacy pattern. Cook until set. This only takes about 2 minutes. Slide crepe out of pan onto a plate. Repeat until all batter is used up.
When cool enough to handle, fold in both sides of the crepe and roll to form a neat package.
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Serve with your favorite curry.