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Farali Rotli/Gluten Free Roti is unbelievably soft and easy to roll. Perfect for fasting days like Ekadashi or Navratri. Or include it in your daily diet especially if you cannot consume any gluten products.
5 from 8 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Resting Time: 30 mins
Total Time 55 mins
Course fasting food, Main Course, Main Meal
Cuisine Gujarati, Indian
Servings 10 rotis


  • 1 cup farali flour
  • ½ cup mashed potato
  • 1 tsp oil
  • ½ cup water
  • extra farali flour for dusting
  • 4-6 tsp ghee optional


  • Put the flour in a bowl.
  • Add mashed potato and oil and mix it into the flour.
  • Add salt also if you are using any.
  • Add water gradually and make a soft pliable dough.
  • Cover the dough and let it rest at least for 30 minutes.
  • Heat tawa or frying pan over medium low heat.
  • Divide the dough into 10 parts.
  • Take one part of the dough. Roll it into a ball.
  • Coat it lightly with the extra flour.
  • Place on the rolling board or worktop and roll into a circle of 5-6 inch diameter.
  • In between if the dough sticks, just dust it with more flour.
  • Put the rolled roti on the tawa.
  • Roast it till bubbles appear.
  • Turn it over and roast for 20 -30 seconds.
  • Can let it puff up over naked flame if you like.
  • Repeat steps 7 to 14 with the remaining dough.
  • You can smear a bit of ghee over the rotis before serving.


  • Use normal tap water. The amount required will depend on how much water is absorbed by the flour.
  • Can add a bit of salt to the flour if you like.
  • Add ghee instead of oil.
  • Make sure the mashed potato is cold before you add it to the flour.
Keyword Ekadashi Roti, Farali Rotli, Gluten Free Roti