Sunday, April 16, 2006


width="100" Went to our “adopted sister’s” place the other day, where she gave a demo on making Roti Jala; it’s sort of like crepe (Indian).

You need to have the cow-tits receptacle shown left. It costs only RM1.50. If you don’t have one, I suggest you take out your Bosch or Makita drill, and make a few holes on a tin can.

The basic ingredients are listed below.

1kg. plain flour
3 eggs
250 ml. cooking oil (veg.)
1750 ml. water
250 ml. evaporated milk
1½ tsp. salt
Few drops of lemon yellow crème coloring


  • Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Then pulse it in a liquidizer until smooth. The mix is ready to be used.
  • Oil the iron griddle and set the heat to medium.
  • Fill the receptacle with the mix. (Use a bowl beneath to prevent spillage)
  • Drizzle the mix in a circular motion to form a 6” crepe.
  • About a minute the crepe will be set. Use a spatula to scrap it up from the griddle.
Thanks Suridah!

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