Manjula, I got the best compliment this evening. I was making your Mattar Paneer, and as it was simmering, a representative for the electric company paid us a visit. He was Indian, and he immediately said "This smells like my mother's cooking."
I have been experimenting with micowave cooking. It turns out that soon after cooking both sides of the roti on a hot griddle so that they change in colour, pop the roti in microwave oven for 15 seconds on high power.The roti puffs us 99 percent of the time and is fully cooked. Try it out to save time.