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Makki roti

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Makki roti

A flavoursome Punjabi corn flour flat bread popular in the northern parts of India, Makki di roti is a typical winter food.

Ingredients

1½ cup cornmeal

¼ cup wheat powder

Salt, as required

Oil, as required

6 tbsp butter

Preparation

Mix cornmeal, wheat powder and salt

Add slightly warm water little by little, mix and knead to prepare soft flour

Roll into eight or ten equal size balls and keep aside

Wet the hands and take each ball and place inside moist polythene sheet or plantain leaf and roll to 5 inch diameter

Heat a flat pan. Brush with a little oil

Gently transfer the rolled rotis to the pan

Sprinkle a little oil on the sides. Keep on low flame for one minute

Flip the roti and bake the other side as well. Bake till it is crisp in light golden brown colour

Each of the rotis can be brushed with butter and served hot along with the curry

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