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Which brand of Roti maker is the best?

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by sherin78, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. sherin78

    sherin78 Silver IL'ite

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    Can someone help me with the best brand of roti maker? Is it a useful gadget because I dont want to buy and make it lie idle after purchase.
    I checked with some of my friends and they say will never get any like the advertisement promises:bonk. Ilite's do share your experiences and suggest a good brand. Alternatively, is the manual roti press preferable than a roti maker?atleast thinkingof saving time in spreading the roti.

    Sherin
     
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  2. sherin78

    sherin78 Silver IL'ite

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    Not a single soul in IL use a Roti maker:spin???
     
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    suryayasaswini Silver IL'ite

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    aswini Senior IL'ite

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    Hey

    I use Sachi roti maker that I bought from Amazon. I am still trying to make good rotis in it. :))

    I now feel that just a press would work for my needs.
     
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    kavyamadhav Bronze IL'ite

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    hi,

    i am using Jaipan roti maker since 4 yrs, still it is working good.
     
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    gjaya Silver IL'ite

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    Hello,

    This brings me back to bad memories of the electric roti maker that I had bought here in US from an Indian store some 10 years ago. I think its Revel brand probably.

    The rotis were disastrous. It was so rubbery and was not even edible. I make good Rotis myself thank god...just bought this so that it would help me reduce some time...but no such thing happened. Its money gone down the drain.



    Jaya
     
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    blissful Bronze IL'ite

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    Do you get just a press? Where? I'm weary of roti makers, but investing in a press does not seem like a bad idea.
     
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    aswini Senior IL'ite

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    Nope. I didn't buy it since I thought Roti maker would be good. But I did see some tortilla press on amazon. Didn't try them though.
     
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    skchivukula Bronze IL'ite

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    Yes Sherin
    I do have a roti maker bought long back but never got proper rotis with the maker. I always preferred manually instead of roti maker.
     
  10. sherin78

    sherin78 Silver IL'ite

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    thank you Ilites. After seeing all your feedback I have decided not to purchase a roti maker. I dont want to have a headache of purchasing an useless product. instead decided to be satisfied with manual made roti, atleast can be happy about the hand exercise.
     

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