Followed the recipe and it turned out awesome. Truly a keeper. I did only make half the recipe, but it still worked perfectly.
Yes :) It makea for a rich Kulcha though it doesnt taste as such. You can reduce it by 2 tbsp and increase water or yogurt instead as well--DK
Thank you so much :). I just went through few of my recipes and it does seem to load for me. May be its the internet connection? Can you please clear your cache and try? Hopefully it works. --DK
Just oil or skip it. I add Ghee for giving it a richer and more flavorful texture. --DK
Eno is a fruit salt which is composed of basically 60% baking soda and 40% citric acid. So I am not sure it will work as a good substitute. --DK
Will post my version of Tandoori roti soon. I am in fact from last month (aug 19th to be precise) I have been posting recipe requests and will continue to do so for 6 months--DK
I dont see why not...might be little dense..
Yes you can refrigerate it. Before making it, simply bring it to room temperature and knead for few minutes until elastic and smooth.
I personally have never refrigerated it for more than 8-12 hours, so no clue for the length of time.
Its what's given in the ingredient list which is both Ghee and oil. I havent specified anything for the Tava since I leave it to the readers discretion to use whatever and however much he/she likes be it oil or ghee :)
Yes they do. I havent mentioned anything for cooking - thats up to you to use whatever qty you like - be it ghee or oil. If you want to prepare onion filling u can follow this recipe for the filling/method - just skip paneer - http://chefinyou.com/2010/03/paneer-onion-kulcha-recipe/