The number of tandoori rotis that can be made from 1 kg of atta (wheat flour) can vary based on factors such as the size and thickness of the rotis and the amount of flour used for each roti. Tandoori rotis are typically larger and thicker than regular chapatis or naans.
As a rough estimate, you can make around 20 to 25 medium-sized tandoori rotis from 1 kg of atta. This estimate assumes that each tandoori roti is made using approximately 40 to 50 grams of flour.
Tandoori rotis are usually rolled out to a larger size compared to chapatis and are cooked in a tandoor or on an open flame, giving them a distinct texture and flavor.
If you have a specific size in mind for your tandoori rotis or a preferred weight of each roti, you can divide the total weight of the atta (1 kg) by the weight of each roti to get a more accurate estimate of the number of tandoori rotis you can make from that amount of flour. Keep in mind that factors like thickness, size, and style of the tandoori roti will impact the final count.