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Rotimatic | Flat Bread Maker

For those less familiar with Roti, it is a grilled flat bread, also known as Indian bread, and for centuries they have been made by hand, in a time consuming process. That was until the world´s first fully automatic Roti making appliance was born - meet Rotimatic, a kitchen appliance capable of making a delicious hot Roti in less than a minute! All you need to do is fill the separate chambers with water, flour, oil, and hit go. You can even choose the thickness and softness you want your flat bread! Rotimatic holds ingredients for up to 20 Rotis before needing a refill. watch the impressive video
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