Rotimatic’s journey has been an eventful one! Starting from Pranoti Nagarkar’s eureka moment in 2008, to creating and inventing one of a kind technological marvel, to winning hearts of Rotimatic users across 40 nations – the sleek kitchen robot has come a long way. and as we step into yet another decade of giving shape to our vision of an intelligent kitchen, let’s take a quick look back at our achievements so far.

With the advent of festivities in several cultures in India, one can feel the pulse of the environment change. The restaurants, homes, and streets are brightly lit and designed with colourful decorations for Diwali, Dussehra and what not. Friends, family, and neighbours gear up to host lavish parties with music, dance, and dinners with extensive menus. Although preparing a wide range of delicacies for your loved ones is a thrilling idea, it is undoubtedly challenging.

Certain hallmark festive dishes such as laddoo, gujiya, and puran poli are crowd favourites yet take a lot of effort and time to make when prepared manually in traditional methods.

Luckily, now with Rotimatic there is a way to make the best of your celebrations without exhausting yourself with kitchen duties. Check out these mouth watering Rotimatic delicacies, shared by our very own rockstar Rotimatic Owners’ Community.

With Rotimatic, cooking these popular festive delights are a breeze!

  1. Shakkar Para

Sweet crispy fried flour cubes enjoyed as a snack which is a favourite of the Maharashtra region In India.

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Rajshi Shah

2. Anjeer Laddoo

Sweet Fig Balls packed with nutrition

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Rashmi Kulkarni

3. Almond Milk Puris

Fried Flatbreads dipped in Almond Milk

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Premlata Jaganathan

4. Rose Kheer

Pudding garnished with dried rose petals, that is great to boost immunity levels

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Rashmi Kulkarni

5.Sweet Kesar Milk Poli

Sweet Flatbreads dipped in Saffron Milk

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Rajesh Radhakrishnan

6.Puran Poli

Sweet Indian Flatbread with chickpea filling

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Basharat Choudhry

7. Pasham

 Sweetened flour dessert dunked in a glossy pool of jaggery syrup. It stands out for the distinct flavour and colour of the sweetener used in the dish

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Srilatha Boga

8.Puri Laddoo

Jaggery balls from Leftover Puris

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Priya Khatri

9. Kaja

A crispy dessert from Andhra Pradesh, it is made with refined flour, sugar, and mouthwatering fillings. It is defined by its ghee-fried layered dough

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Ravali Bandaru

10. Gujiya

These deep fried pastries or dessert dumplings are stuffed with khoya (milk solids) and dried fruits. The shell of this dumpling is made using maida (all-purpose-flour) or semolina.

Recipe contributed by Rotimatic Owner, Salima Panjwani

Roti Chips

We are so glad to know that our chef Haquel’s Roti Chips using Rotimatic with Salsa was loved by all of you! We get it because it was so delectable that everyone in the office was craving for more!

We are sharing the recipe with all of you so that now you can make it at your home! A healthy, fresh and quick recipe for your snack cravings. Here is the complete recipe below:



  • 600g Ripe Red Tomatoes
  • 200g Red Onions
  • 300g Green Bell Peppers
  • A handful of Coriander Leaves, chopped
  • A pinch of Cumin Powder
  • 3 tablespoons of Ketchup
  • Salt, to taste
  • Juice from 1 large Lime
  • 4 tablespoons Zaatar
  • (OPTIONAL) Hot Sauce/ Tabasco
  • 10 pieces Roti



  1. Preheat oven to 160 °C. 
  2. Make 10 rotis and set aside. The rotis will be easier to handle when they have cooled as they will not be too soft.
  3. Dice all the vegetables. Dice the tomatoes, onion, and bell pepper and set aside in a bowl.
  4. Mix in the seasoning, ketchup, lime juice and chopped coriander. Toss the salsa up so you get all that seasoning evenly coated on the veggies and set aside. (At this point it’s also optional to mix in a little bit of zaatar as the earthiness accompanies the cumin well)
  5. Cut each roti into 8 wedges and arrange on a baking sheet. Brush some oil on the chips and season with salt and zaatar.
  6. Bake @ 160 °C for 8-9 minutes.
  7. Serve in a huge bowl and spoon the salsa over or use the chip themselves to dip into the salsa.