Roti or Chapati is an Indian bread which is a common staple food of South Asian cuisine. However, making these healthy chapatis needs time and efforts which is limited specially for working "South Asian" expatriates living all across the globe. There are quite a few semi-automated "roti makers" available since a long time, but none offered an fully-automated solution with perfect quality output.
A new revolutionary appliance Rotimatic might soon change this, claimed to be the world's first fully automatic roti making appliance. Rotimatic can hold up to 20 rotis worth of ingredients and punch out one roti a minute. Users have full control over the amount of oil to use and the final thickness and softness of the roti. The machine takes water, flour and oil as raw ingredients and does the job of rolling the dough, flattening it out, and cooking the roti all inside the machine and when done piping hot roti comes out as final ready-to-east product. Don't forget to watch the video demonstration shared ahead.
No price information for Rotimatic has been released yet, the first pilot batch for early adopters is scheduled for December’13 release. Pricing will be declared only prior to full-scale production.