Are you a Rumali roti fan I know I am And so is eshashah12 and despite our quest for an amazing Rumali since years we aren t in possession of a single recommendation of a mindblowing Rumali What is a mind blowing Rumali you ask Well if we had to define it a Rumali would need to have a soft almost feathery touch Made from a well rested dough roll so thin that light can pass through it and it would be tough for us to call it a Rumali if it did not contain an egg There will need to be a slight bit of sweetness which would be countered by the salt in the butter that would wash the roti as soon as it came off the tava This roti when eaten just by itself should have all the flavours and not leave one wanting for more That for us is a Rumali roti Now since we are in a city where wanting an egg in the rumali is a luxury we might also settle for a substitute which is largely used by restaurants all over the country banana Hell we are at that point in our hunger journey that if we don t find a good Rumali we might just swear off of it not there there ll be any other option So here s me asking you for recommendations for your favourite place for a Rumali roti Which is that one restaurant that has satiated your cravings The Karaari Rumali Rumali ki tokri is a fantastic way to repurpose the Rumali ka aata If only there was an easier way to eat this massive basket without making a mess on the table But what joy Cheers n Happy Eatin p s SL Cama used to be our go to for Rumali unfortunately they ve discontinued theirs and hence reducing our visits there for the CBM

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Are you a Rumali roti fan? I know, I am. And so is @eshashah12 ; and despite our quest for an amazing Rumali since years, we aren’t in possession of a single recommendation of a mindblowing Rumali.
“What is a mind-blowing Rumali?!”, you ask.
Well, if we had to define it – a Rumali would need to have a soft, almost feathery touch. Made from a well-rested dough, roll so thin that light can pass through it, and it would be tough for us to call it a Rumali if it did not contain an egg. There will need to be a slight bit of sweetness which would be countered by the salt in the butter that would wash the roti as soon as it came off the tava. This roti, when eaten just by itself, should have all the flavours and not leave one, wanting for more.
That, for us, is a Rumali roti.
Now, since we are in a city where wanting an egg in the rumali is a luxury; we might also settle for a substitute which is largely used by restaurants all over the country – banana.

Hell, we are at that point in our hunger journey that if we don’t find a good Rumali, we might just swear off of it! (not there there’ll be any other option!)

So here’s me asking you for recommendations for your favourite place for a Rumali roti. Which is that one restaurant that has satiated your cravings?!

The Karaari Rumali/Rumali ki tokri is a fantastic way to repurpose the Rumali ka aata! If only there was an easier way to eat this massive basket, without making a mess on the table! But what joy!

Cheers n Happy Eatin’!!

p.s : SL (Cama) used to be our go-to for Rumali; unfortunately they’ve discontinued theirs, and hence reducing our visits there, for the CBM! #MahaHeartbreak

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Are you a Rumali roti fan? I know, I am. And so is @eshashah12 ; and despite our quest for an amazing Rumali since years, we aren’t in possession of a single recommendation of a mindblowing Rumali. “What is a mind-blowing Rumali?!”, you ask. Well, if we had to define it – a Rumali would need to have a soft, almost feathery touch. Made from a well-rested dough, roll so thin that light can pass through it, and it would be tough for us to call it a Rumali if it did not contain an egg. There will need to be a slight bit of sweetness which would be countered by the salt in the butter that would wash the roti as soon as it came off the tava. This roti, when eaten just by itself, should have all the flavours and not leave one, wanting for more. That, for us, is a Rumali roti. Now, since we are in a city where wanting an egg in the rumali is a luxury; we might also settle for a substitute which is largely used by restaurants all over the country – banana. Hell, we are at that point in our hunger journey that if we don’t find a good Rumali, we might just swear off of it! (not there there’ll be any other option!) So here’s me asking you for recommendations for your favourite place for a Rumali roti. Which is that one restaurant that has satiated your cravings?! The Karaari Rumali/Rumali ki tokri is a fantastic way to repurpose the Rumali ka aata! If only there was an easier way to eat this massive basket, without making a mess on the table! But what joy! Cheers n Happy Eatin’!! p.s : SL (Cama) used to be our go-to for Rumali; unfortunately they’ve discontinued theirs, and hence reducing our visits there, for the CBM! #MahaHeartbreak #Rumaliroti #IndianFood #IndianBread #FoodaholicsinAhmedabad #Foodaholics #Ahmedabad #Food

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