Roti vs Paratha
The primary difference between a Roti and Paratha is that paratha tends to have layers, which the roti does not. Also, the paratha is basically fried with oil, butter, or ghee, whereas roti is cooked without...
Roti vs Naan
Both are types of flatbread. Roti is generally made from whole wheat flour and is cooked either on a tawa (flat skillet) or in a tandoor (oven). Naan is cooked from all-purposr flour, is leavened, i.e. uses...
Roti vs Chapati
The terms Roti and Chapati are often regularly used when it comes to Indian cooking. In general terms, a roti is a type of Indian flatbread. There are many different types of rotis, one of which is the chapati...
Roti vs Phulka
A roti is a type of Indian flatbread made from atta (whole wheat flour). A phulka is a specific type of roti is partly cooked on a tava (flat skillet) and partly on an open flame leading to the phulka to...
Dough vs Batter
If the mixture can be kneaded into a shape, it is often a dough and if it can’t, most likely it is a batter.