1. Cooked on one side : let's see what samurai has to say about it. Coz i think a raw roti surface should not be applied anything on it and left for long.DocSaab, the baking was suggested to get over the problem of the roti cooked on one side only.
And it will certainly accomplish that objective.
I would also try to brush some butter or ghee on to the roti roll before wrapping it in foil.
Nuking these rolls would only dry them out; not desirable.
And it is because of the very bland filling that I wrote earlier about some sauce to top the swiss rolls with!
I really do not know what he has in his mind exactly.
2. Butter or Ghee. Yeah sure, if you wanna bomb your kababs. You could even have had your rotis well brushed with ghee/butter on the tawa itself while making them.
3. Bland: It was figuratively speaking; to tell you the truth, we do consume lots of it while making the rolls in the "bahana" of "chakho", it is so yum. You can and should always use some sort of sauce with your thus made snacks. Otherwise the blandness does not come much into pic since we laced our keema with lots of spices and can always add more to suit personal tastes.