I buy the high fiber Whole Wheat Four
Items You need
Nasoya Silken Tofu (any brand will work) -- 1 Packet
Whole Wheat Flour -- 3 cups
Salt -- 1 Teaspoon
Oil -- ½ Teaspoon
Turmeric Powder - ½ Teaspoon
Water -- 3 Tablespoons
-->In a Basin, cut the package and drain all water and just take the slab of tofu and mash well with a fork.
--> Add 3 cups of Wheat flour to this, and start kneading, do not add any water since the tofu is already very moist
--> Add the water slowly if you need to, and make a ball
--> Slather the dough with the oil and cover itwith oil on all sides and keep it under a plastic wrap or a wet cloth for atleast 15 minutes
--> Make equal sized balls, with this measurement about 20 big rotis can be made.
--> Go on to roll the dough as you would make a regular Roti, flat and even on all sides
--> Put this on a hot tawa ( I maintain the tawa on a even medium flame )
--> When one side is cooked turn it over
--> After a few seconds, lift the tawa and put the Roti over the open flame
--> After Roti fluffs up, eat hot or store it like how I store the Rotis
Storing The Rotis
I lay out an aluminum foil sheet and fold it in two. I open it and lay a tissue on the base and start putting the rotis one by one and when I make the last one, i add one more tissue. This absorbs all moisture. Also after the rotis fluff up, I break the fluff and take out all the air. Keep the foil closed in between so the rotis don't dry out.
After you have made all the rotis, add another foil to cover the open sides and put it in a freezer Ziploc bag and store it in the fridge. This stays good for up to a week. But we finish it in 2 to 3 days.
You could use soft tofu also, but you have to run that through the food processor otherwise there will be lumps and the rotis will not fluff up.
You can add flax seed powder to this and make it even healthier.