Makki ki roti/maize flour flat bread/corn meal flat bread


MAKKI KI ROTI
MAIZE FLOUR ROTI/MAKKE KI ROTI/CORN MEAL FLOUR FLAT BREAD

Makke ki roti is winter special recipe in the northern state of India….served with sarso ka saag or any saag (mixed leafy vegetables sabzi)It’s tricky to make as they keep breaking and are not levelled in shape….so you will need a zip lock bag or any plastic sheet to roll the rotis.A complete healthy roti which can’t be eaten more…as it’s a little hard to digest if eaten more than required (lol).lets see the recipe

Ingredients

1 cup maize flour (makke ka atta)

1/4 tablespoon salt

1/4 tablespoon ajwain (carrom seeds)

2 garlic finely chopped

2 tablespoon oil

Water for kneading

MAKKI KI ROTI
MAKKI KI ROTI WITH SAAG

Method

Knead the dough with all the given ingredients

Into a hard one,add little water while kneading the dough, it shouldn’t be sticky

Now take a plastic sheet and grease it with oil.this will be used for rolling the roti..take small portions of the dough and put them inside the plastic sheet and roll

Don’t bother about the shape.They won’t be levelled

Roll it and easily put on the tawa cook it on the griddle or tawa…on low flame on both the sides

It has to be cooked properly otherwise you might have a stomach ache

Cook it on both the sides and cook it directly on the flame so that they don’t remain raw

apply ghee and enjoy it hot

Here you go Makki ki roti it ready

Remember if it’s difficult to make roti with only maize flour you can add wheat flour into it.

Portion depends how much taste of wheat you want it can be 2 cups maize flour and 1/2 cup wheat flour

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