During lunch hours in office we commonly have a very interesting topic for discussion --- ya it’s recipes…. In a cosmo culture such discussions help to know the recipes from different regions of India… One such lunch hour recipe I got, tried and loved for breakfast is Koki – A traditional sindhi recipe. This is in same line with Thalipith (A very popular maharashtrian breakfast item). Here I am sharing the same with you with few minor variations.
Two medium sized onions finely chopped
Wheat flour: 2 cup
Oil (for dough): 2 ½ Table spoon
Green chili paste: 1 T-spoon (or according to taste)
Red chili powder: 1 T-spoon (or according to taste)
Cumin seeds: 1 Table spoon
Chopped coriander: 2 T-spoons
Salt to taste
Water as required (for kneading the dough)
How to make:
In a bowl mix all the above items (Except water). Knead the dough. The dough should be tight as like for Puri.
Now make the equal parts of the dough. Take one part and make a thick roti of it. Put the roti on preheated tawa and drop a little oil around the edges of roti. Put the lid on tawa for first ½ minute. Remove the lid and reverse the side of roti if colour is changed. Cook it till golden brown from both the sides.
Serve hot and with, butter/curd, pickles of your choice, chhunda or chatnis.
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