Phulka is prepared in almost every house in India. This roti is made from whole wheat flour (atta). Phulka is a hindi word , which means “to puff”. The roti gets puffed up when exposed to direct flame. The phulka can be served with a variety of Vegetarian and Non vegetarian curry ! Here ,phulka is pictured with Soya Chunks masala .
- Atta – 3 cups
- salt – 1/2 teaspoon
- water – as required to knead
- ghee – 1 teaspoon
Step 1: Take a mixing bowl. Add atta and salt. Add water gradually and knead it into a soft dough. apply ghee all over the dough. Let it rest for 20 minutes (optional)
Step 2 : Make small to medium balls.
Step 3 : Flatten the balls to the desired size.
Step 4 : heat a tawa. put a roti . cook one side.
Step 5 : after a while, (when it is 1/4th cooked) , flip it over. Cook it on this side until well done.
Step 6 : Now turn the roti again and hold it directly on the flame. the roti will puff well.
Step 7 :Remove from the flame. Apple ghee (optional).
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