Roti Ghos [Chicken] (RAMADAN SAVOURY)

Wednesday, May 18, 2016




I love this recipe, its like eating a roti roll (all Indian homes know this), its basically eating roti and chicken all together. Its a great different recipe idea that one can try, different from the usual frying and baking savouries, also it's a great snack for road trips or as a starter. Hope you enjoy this recipe, may all your ramadan prep go smoothly (:
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DOUGH

1 Cup Flour
Pinch of salt
1 tsp Sugar
2 Tb ghee (clarified butter)


  • Make the dough with some luke warm water and milk, kneed down together. 
  • Roll out into small equal sized rotis, not too thin or thick.


CHICKEN MARINADE 

Chicken Fillet Cubed

Tikka Sauce 
Red chilli Paste 
Ground Ginger
Ground Garlic 
Salt
Dry Coriander
French Salad Dressing


  • Cook till done with a little water and olive oil.
  • Keep moist, don't let it dry out. 
  • Top with fresh coriander after finished cooking.
  • Leave to cool down after cooking, before using the filling. 



SAUCE

Tomato Sauce
Garlic Sauce
Machacho dry hot spice (or any chilli spice)
Tikka Sauce

  • Mix the sauce together - will be used as a base for the roti

STEP BY STEP:
  • After, rolling the roti same size.
  • Make sure you have a pair to make one.
  • Put the sauce as the base of the roti.
  • Fill with the cooked and cooled down chicken.

  • Close with the 'lid' of the roti, and press down the sides. 


  • Press down the edges and make sure its sealed.

  • Pack in the tupperware and cook on a hot pan like how you would make the roti. (trun around and around on the pan and keep flipping till golden brown as shown above. 



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4 comments

  1. Hinthe tikka sauce what is tht and chillie paste?

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    1. You can sauces in most super market, called tikka sauce. If you don't find it, check out the spice shops or online ventures.
      Red chilli paste (ground red chillies, ground fresh garlic and ginger mixed together with some oil to make a paste) - Indian households have this in mass production because we use it in almost everything we cook. But again you can check for the original recipe to make yourself, or spice shops or in supermarkets. You can also just add the ingredients separately into your marinade if you don't want to get special chilli paste.

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  2. this sounds good. definatley going to be making it this ramadaan.

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