Tips and Tricks to Prepare the Soft Dough for Pooris & Roti

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The proof of a pudding is in the taste. Similarly, the taste and texture of poori and roti are in the dough. Unless you knead the flour in the right consistency, it will be tough to roll the dough. The thumb rule for making pooris or roti is that the dough needs to be malleable. However, preparing dough for any of the Indian bread such as paratha, roti, poori, and naan is quite messy. This problem further compounds if you are a novice in the kitchen. To make it easy to prepare the perfect dough, you can take the help of Kent Atta & Bread Maker.

Why Use KENT Atta and Bread Maker?

So, what makes KENT Atta and Bread Maker different? The key for making perfect atta dough is not only using the right ingredients but also kneading it. Adding the right amount of water and kneading it manually is time taking, tiring and also unhygienic. The smart Atta maker automates the process of kneading dough. The appliance helps you make perfect dough within minutes. All you need to do is add the required ingredients and select the atta kneading menu. The dough will be prepared within minutes in a hygienic way. Now that the process of kneading dough has been sorted, let’s focus on the ingredients. Below are some interesting tips and tricks that will allow you to prepare the tasty and healthy dough.

Tip 1 – Add Oil for Flavor & Color

Water and whole wheat flour are the primary ingredients that can be used to make the dough. However, if you want an aromatic flavour in your roti, add some oil in the flour. a small amount of oil in the flour will do no harm. A drizzle of ghee or olive oil will enhance the taste of the roti and keep it soft for a longer period. Oil not only helps in binding the dough but also makes the roti soft. You may use clarified butter, vegetable oil or olive oil in the flour.

Tip 2- Add Herbs to Help Digestion

This tip is relevant if you are preparing dough for pooris. Everyone loves eating fluffy pooris served with a scrumptious curry and chutney. The problem is a hearty breakfast may make you feel quite full and lethargic. To avoid the heaviness, add herbs like ajwain,  which is loaded with several medicinal properties and also great for digestion.

Tip 3- Use Warm Water to Make the Dough Soft

If you want the dough to be soft and easy to handle, never use cold water to knead the dough. Cold water doesn’t make the dough soft and also makes it difficult to roll the chapattis. This is the reason why you need to use lukewarm water to knead the dough. In addition, make sure you add water slowly to the dough to maintain its consistency. If you are using the atta maker, read the instruction manual carefully to know the quantity of water you need to add.

Tip 4 – Customize the Ingredients

You do not need to make dough for the chapattis or poori using traditional ingredients. Feel free to experiment with flour or any other ingredients that you wish to add. For example, to improve the nutritious quotient of your roti, add spinach puree or beetroot puree to the flour when kneading the dough. In fact, this is an excellent way to add different kinds of vegetables that they might refuse to eat otherwise. You can also use various types of multigrain flour like bajra, rye, millet and even oat.

Last Few Words

Roti is an integral part of the Indian diet. Many people have it for all three meals. There is much room for innovation and experiment when it comes to making roti or poori. Therefore, don’t be apprehensive about your skills and go ahead to make the most of this modern appliance.

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