Roti akka Chappathi is the most common dinner dish in India. The Rotimatic is a countertop appliance that can produce one roti per minute automatically. Just fill in the atta, water and oil in the designated bowels in the machine. Then set the softness and count of chappathi. It is the 3D Chappathi printer.
A roti maker in the kitchen is more than just a time-saver, it is encouragement. For the Indian working woman community and bachelors this is a boon. Although the offerings from the store are rich and varied, nothing can compare to the delicious comfort of freshly baked bread. But why should Western-style loaves have all the fun?
For so long we have to depend on restaurants and mostly end up eating parotas madie in maida, Roitmatic can make their Dinner more healthy. The Rotimatic, from the firm Zimplistic in Singapore, is a countertop appliance that churns out fresh Chapathis. Designed to produce “one round and puffed roti a minute,” the automatic roti maker offers deliciousness no matter what you call it.
Roti is unleavened bread and only requires oil, flour and water to make. Ingredients are added to the machine one at a time and are kept separated before making. Thickness, softness, and oil are user-defined settings, and when set in motion, the machine dispenses the correct ratio of ingredients, mixes them up and produces piping hot roti one at a time.
With the machine so simple to use, and with the reward being fresh bread, it should take little encouragement to see this up and running in kitchens everywhere — it will however, take time; there is a waiting list.
Know more at http://rotimatic.com/