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Babe_KL
16 Oct 2012

Friday, 17 August 2012

Festive Raya Recipe Courtesy of Makan Kitchen: Roti Jala

Roti Jala is always a hit dish for the foreigners and locals alike at my work place. Whenever the hosts wanted to showcase local cuisine to their foreign guests, we tend to have this dish to go with Chicken Curry. Instead of making the lacy crepe to be laid out and served, we actually prepare the hot plate and all the necessary utensils to let the guests have a go in making the roti jala. It's always a very fun process that even the young guests are delighted at it.

This is Chef Zul's recipe and from the photo, I can see there's a greenish version where most likely pandan juice is added for the colour and fragrant, and do omit the serbuk kunyit (turmeric powder) for this version.

Roti Jala
Resipi oleh Chef Zul, Malay Sous Chef, 
Makan Kitchen, DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur

Roti Jala

Ramuan dan bahan-bahan:
300g Tepung gandum
2nos Telur
2 tsp Minyak jagung
1 tsp Serbuk kunyit
300ml Air
150ml Santan
35g Garam
10ml Minyak masak

Cara cara memasak:

Campurkan kesemua bahan di dalam mangkuk bancuhan dan kacau hingga sebati.

Panaskan kuali yang leper dan sapukan sedikit minyak masak.

Tuang sedikit bancuhan tepung ke dalam bekas acuan berjaring dan layarkan bancuhan tadi di dalam kuali leper sehingga menjadi jaring.

Apabila telah masak, lipat jaringan tadi menjadi dua dan seterusnya lipatkan lagi sehingga menjadi tiga segi. Ulang proses ini sehingga kesemua bancuhan tadi habis di masak.


4 comments:

choi yen said...

Roti Jala, one of my favourite Malay food!

Nymphadora said...

i love the colour of the roti jala. i know some people use food colouring instead.

Jillian said...

Hi,

I have a quick question about your blog, do you think you could e-mail me?

Jillian

Babe KL said...

Choi Yen, with curry chicken is so good hor?

Yeah Nymphadora, there is no need for colouring, a tad of kunyit powder would do

Jillian, please email me instead