Hello friends, roti can be prepared from different types of flour: Wheat flour, cornflour, mille t(baazara) flour, mixed flour(made from 6-7 types of flour). Roti prepared from mixed flour is more nutritious. cornflour, millet flour, sorghum(zwar) flour have a coarse texture(they are less sticky). It is not easy to roll roti made from these flours with a rolling pin. every day in our house, phulka / bread is made. This is our normal meal which has been running for centuries.It eats many types of vegetables. So friends today, we learn to make bread chapatti or phulka at our page bookbaak.com. There is no unhealthy material used in this. It is completely healthy and those who want to lose weight should eat it without using ghee.
Ingredients for Phulka/ Roti/ Chapati:-
- 2 cups wheat flour
- 2 tbsp Oil
- Ghee – if you want
- Salt – according to taste
- Water – 1 cup
Method for Phulka/ Roti/ Chapati:-
- First, filter the dough in a bowl and put salt and oil in it.
- Now using fingers and add some water to these ingredients and knead it.
- Keep in mind that the dough is slightly soft (the amount of water in the dough should be 1/2) but it should not be loose or else it will stick.
- Now as soon as you knead the dough properly, keep the dough lubricated and keep it covered for 15 minutes.
- Place the pan on the gas and let it warm.
- Now make dough of flour and take a round belt with the help of a rolled cylinder. You wrap the flour with dry wheat flour so that it does not stick.
- As soon as the round is made in shape, put it on a hot pan (make sure the flame is medium).
- Now, like a little bubble on roti , turn it over with the use of tongs.
- Now as soon as the bottom surface is well heated, remove the pan and keep the bread on the flame over high flame with the help of tongs.
- Now you can see that the bread has risen upwards. If your bread is blooming, then the rolls will become soft.
- It is called phulka, now take it out of the flame and keep it on the plate.
- Now if you want, spread a spoon of ghee on top of it. Your fruit / bread / chapati are ready.
- You can serve it from hot-hot veg, dal , rice , paneer or chutney.
- Do not keep the hot and steam filled rotis in the box immediately, its steam wetting the rotis. Let the steam evaporate first.
- Put the rotis on the casserole, or the paper, file or cloth under the box. Roti can also be wrapped in clothes and kept.
- Take lukewarm water in the winter to make dough, and light hot water makes the dough soft and the roti becomes more soft.
- For up to two days, the dough can be put together in the fridge for use and can be taken out using the fridge as needed. To keep the dough in the fridge, add some oil on the dough to smooth it, put the dough in the closed compartment, the dough remains fresh.
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