Roti Jala.....Or Net Bread, Anyone!

Here, let me introduce you to another favourite local food I love very much, ROTI JALA ! Also meaning as 'roti' is bread and 'jala' is net. Roti jala is a Malay cuisine which is shaped like a fish net and taste like a pancake or dosa. Roti jala is usually served with curry for savory version or serawa gravy for sweet version. Serawa is a gravy made from the mixture of boiled coconut milk, brown sugar & pandan leaves. Both are taste as fabulous.

And let me show you the gadget I used in making this roti jala and also the Vietnamese net rolls I made long ago. It just a simple gadget. And please do take note, I will be hosting some giveaways soon including books & other stuffs. So, stay tune for more!

And here's the recipe as follow.

Ingredients :
200gm all purpose flour
350ml coconut milk
100ml water
1 egg
a pinch of salt
1/2 tpsn pandan paste
1 tspn turmeric powder

Method :
(1) beat together milk, water & egg.
(2) combine salt, flour & egg mixture into a bowl and mix well, then leave aside for 30mins.
(3) divide mixture into 2 portion, add turmeric powder in one and pandan paste to other portion.
(4) fill one portion of batter to the gadget and follow the method here.

Doesn't this look so irresistible? I bet you're hungry now.... ha..ha.. Enjoy!
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I'm sending this to 3 Hungry Tummies @ Muhibbah Malaysian Monday.
(bread, pancake, snack, tradition cuisine, asian cuisine)

Comments

  1. wah....been bvery long never eat this already. now, u remind me! tempted!

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  2. Kristy, I want this roti jala and the curry chicken too! I'm getting hungry now :)

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  3. What a fantastic recipe and an amazing bit of equipment. I would love to try this. Diane

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  4. Yes, I'm hungry and this looks so good! Did you use this tool last time you made a net bread or is this new? It's pretty cool!

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  5. very creative, I liked it, is a striking dish, big hugs.

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  6. It has been a while that I eat this... Seeing your roti jala, I'm drooling now.

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  7. I want a few for my breadfast, yum yum delicious especially with curry chicken.

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  8. Thanks for introducing me to his dish, Kristy! I've not seen one before. Bet they taste great :)

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  9. I just had my lunch but looking at this roti jala, I feel a wee bit hungry now!

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  10. I have that as well!~ So making it this weekend with my goat kambing!

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  11. That look great! I love eating roti with curry chicken and rice---yum! :)

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  12. si si si ho fameee... devono essere una vera delizia queste frittelle, sono da provare e gustare :-P
    ti auguro una buona giornata Kristy.
    baci baci

    Betty

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  13. Yes, I am hungry now! I've only had roti canai, and that's already delicious...your roti jala must be amazing.

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  14. Kristy! this is amazing! I will tmake it, not sure I'll obtain the same results, but I'll give it a try. Thanks for a great idea!

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  15. Am a huge fan of roti jala and chicken curry! Yours looks very very gooood.

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  16. i usually have this with sardine. Shall be looking out for your giveaway!

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  17. It does look irresistible, Kristy. I've never seen anything like your net bread and would love to try it.

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  18. I love coming here and learning something new, Kristy. This looks marvelous! And yes, it is making me very hungry!

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  19. I'm having my lunch now, but I so wanna taste your roti jala!

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  20. I bought the same gadget like yours. Haven't use it. It's my turn to hands on, hahaha...

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  21. I love that it uses coconut milk and not dairy milk. The end effect of the netting is astoundingly beautiful!

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  22. Hi Everyone,

    Firstly I would like to apologize for being late. It has been a hectic week. I hope to catch up with you guys ASAP. Besides of that, my computer has been running really slow lately. However, I hope I can still catch up. Love you guys!

    To Juanita, the first timer! Welcome to my humble little space. Hope you will like it here & do drop by more often.

    Hope you're all having a marvelous day! ((hugs)) & kisses!

    Blessings, Kristy

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  23. Kristy...your roti jala looks great...soft and netty :) and with that curry...gosh I am drooling and now feeling hungry :p Well done..you did a good job on the roti jala....not easy to make...you are really good :)
    Regards,
    Elin

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  24. Hi Kristy,
    Very nice roti jala, do you think I can omit the coconut milk & what can I substitute it with? Your curry chicken looks nice too.

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  25. Elin : Hey, thanks so much for your sweet comment & glad to see you around. ((hugs))

    Delphine : yes, you can replace the coconut milk with low fat milk and omit water if possible.

    Thanks ladies for spending your time here. Hope you're having a great day.

    Kristy

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  26. These are so fun! And they present so beautifully...I have never had these but I want to :)

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  27. Hi Kristy,

    Thank you so much for your kind advise. I prefer low fat milk as suggested by you.

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  28. WOW, Kristy, that Netbread looks crazy-good!

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  29. This is something nice..I have seen a Thai snack made with eggs like this one.
    First time on your blog and following you....do visit my space sometime.

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  30. These look so pretty, and the spices in them sound just lovely. I have never heard of Net Bread, but I am so glad I have learned about it! Thank you for sharing this post with Let's Do Brunch.

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