HOW TO MAKE ROTI
HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST TAWA FOR ROTI
Generally, tawas come in sizes from 8" diameters to 16" diameters. If you're planning on making smaller sized rotis or only feeding yourself, you can go with an 8" size. However, if you plan on delving into other Indian breads, you may want to get a 16", especially if you have a bigger family.
Since tawas must be relatively thin in order to cook the roti evenly on all sides, the material will be something along the lines of aluminum. If you want to splurge a little more, go with a cast iron material.
If you want your rotis to pop-up in one beautiful piece, you may want to get a non-stick tawa. However, some people are able to get incredible results using ghee to keep the roti from sticking to the pan when cooking.
The material of the handle can make a difference when cooking. Look for something that is comfortable for you. If your hands are a little stronger and you are more experienced in the kitchen, this may not make too much of a difference.
THE BEST TAWA FOR MAKING ROTI
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