Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Lebanese Bread


Ingredients
Maida: 1 cup
Wheat Flour: 1 cup
Yeast: 1 ½ tsp
Warm Water: needed
Sugar: 1 tbsp
Salt: needed
Olive oil: needed
Method of Preparation
In a bowl, add yeast, sugar and some warm water. Keep aside for minute so that the yeast gets dissolved.
In a bowl; take maida and wheat flour. Add the yeast mix and slowly add warm water to make it smooth dough.
While kneading the dough add some olive oil also.
Take time and knead the dough. Keep aside for 2 hours in a greased air tight bowl.
Knead it once more after 2hours.
Take small balls out of it, roll it in round ½” thick rotis
Preheat the oven, Place pizza stone or any suitable pan in oven
Place each roti on the pan and grill till it puffs up and turns brown. Turn over in between so that both sides turns brown.

16 comments:

aipi said...

Perfect looking bread, will save the recipe to try :)
USMasala

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Very delicious and wholesome Lebanese bread.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Priya said...

Beautiful looking bread, well done Faseela..

Neha said...

Bread looks delicious...

Suja said...

Never tried this before..thanks for the recipe..looks yum

julie said...

Very different bread..must have been tasty!!

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Jasna's kitchen creations said...

Thanks for this recipe: I always wanted to try making Lebanese bread.
Maida is plain white flour (wheat)? What do you call wheat flour - is it wholemeal flour?

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Sounds interesting, I would love to have it with some hummus...

Tina said...

delicious bread..

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking bread

lan said...

lebanese bread sounds yum!

Kaveri said...

A new and interesting recipe...Just recently saw a lebanese dip in a newspaper... I think they will be a perfect combo

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Lijna said...

delicious & totally new !

hemalata said...

Delicious bread,looks yummy.

Sayantani said...

you have a very nice blog.. the bread looks perfect.

Jasna's kitchen creations said...

Thanks for your answer left on my blog ;-)