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Updated: 2017-11-09T21:46:14.830-07:00

 



Hi, My husband lives in manchester UK, He is not ...

2015-03-25T05:44:54.879-06:00

Hi,

My husband lives in manchester UK, He is not getting chapatti which are ready to eat there. Can you help how he can get this there



My experience with these rotis is superb.I must sa...

2009-06-22T13:02:52.031-06:00

My experience with these rotis is superb.I must say if you take the pain to read the instructions,you do get the results.This is the best frozen roti/paratha result I ever achieved and my god I have tried every available brand!Please upgrade the rating coz to say the truth I am a little offended by the yuk rating!!!
Nice to know that somebody does rate this kind of stuff!!!



Hey Raji! Welcome to IFR!Check your Inbox in a bit...

2006-03-14T12:04:00.000-07:00

Hey Raji! Welcome to IFR!

Check your Inbox in a bit for an email from me!



HiGreat Blog!Interesting to know you live in Color...

2006-03-14T12:01:00.000-07:00

Hi

Great Blog!

Interesting to know you live in Colorado. I do too. I have a three year old son, am originally from Chennai, and have lived in CO for 8 years.

Do send email to raji.arora@gmail.com if you are interested in getting connected.

Thanks
Raji



Hi Sarojini! Welcome to IFR! I used to use whole w...

2005-04-18T12:30:00.000-06:00

Hi Sarojini! Welcome to IFR!

I used to use whole wheat too. (Emphasis on 'used to' cos I haven't made rotis so far this year!!) Maybe I got a bad batch cos the brown was a dark glazed kind of brown? Could it be because this product contains both soybean oil as well as glycerol? I make my dough without any shortening which may bias me further. The taste put me off more than the appearance though!

I didn't think they were thin - I am used to 'thinner'. Then again, a close friend from Nagpur eats the rotis I make under duress. He has to eat "two dozen before he feels like something has gone into his stomach."

What did you do to get them to puff up each time? Perish the thought ;-) but maybe I did something wrong? Let me know cos I have one more packet in my freezer and it's nearing the 'best by' date!

I found another source for rotis in the next town so I am back to ordering a bunch of 100 for $20. Of course my friend from Nagpur won't eat them cos they're super-thin. He needs chapatis from another Gujarati lady who charges $20 for 60.

My daughter on the other hand keeps asking when we will make rotis next...



I've tried them too, and I have to say I've had th...

2005-04-17T18:09:00.000-06:00

I've tried them too, and I have to say I've had the opposite experience. They're brown because they're whole wheat, (which I make at home anyways, so I'm used to that). Also, all my rotis puffed to perfection (although one did get a little charred in the process!). My only complaint is that they're too thin, but I figure it's worth missing out on the mess.



coooL! keep 'em coming

2005-02-11T02:33:00.000-07:00

coooL! keep 'em coming