A roti maker is a machine that helps make chapati or roti and replaces the old-fashion method of making chapatis by using a roti maker.
If you have been looking for a roti maker to try out, then it means you have eaten at one of those famous Asian restaurants that serve traditional Indian or Pakistani food. So it seems like you already know what a roti is and what a roti maker does.
However, if you’re new to all this Asian food and want to bring a new kitchen accessory for yourself or to gift someone you know, then keep reading.
Let us explain more about how roti works and why you should try it out.
How does a roti maker machine work?
There are several types of roti makers. Some of them are fully automatic, meaning you put the flour and water into it, and it would the dough itself and then make Rotis afterward. Such automatic roti machines are way faster, easy to use, and effective.
However, there are some regular roti makers that require users to prepare dough first and then put dough chunks into the machine for making rotis or chapatis. We’ve tested one of these regular roti makers and we aren’t thrilled about them.
The next time we may try out a high-end roti-making machine to see how it works out for us.
How does a Rotimatic work?
Rotimatic is an automatic roti maker that reduces the manual process and human effort to almost zero. According to our research on this Rotimatic roti maker device, you’d need to add flour, water, and oil to the romatic machine, and the Rotimatic would do the rest.
Unlike several other roti makers that need flour dough to make rotis or chapatis. Rotimatic does everything itself, which makes this roti maker stand out from the rest.