Monday, June 25, 2007


3-cup wheat flour (little thicker as compare to roti flour),
5-tbsp oil,
water for making a dough,
Salt to taste.

Step 1: Mix the flour with salt and oil in a shallow bowl.
Step 2: In the flour, pour the water and start mixing knead to tight dough.
Step 3: Divide the dough into seven equal portions and make balls.

Step 4: Fatten each with a rolling pin into a round disk.

Step 5: Place the bakari on hot clay tavdi (tawa).

Step 6: When half cooked on one side, turn it to another side and cook it in low flame.
Step 7: When fully cooked on another side, turn it to the first side again and let it cook fully.
Step 8: Take it off from tavdi and spread ghee on it.
Step 9: Serve hot with curry.


Vcuisine said...

Somthing new. Nice presentation. Viji

Kajal said...

Thanks Viji.....Have a great day...Take Care.:))

Naveen said...

My mom makes these bhakri the same way but when its almost cooked she applies pressure with cloth to make them crispy :)

Anonymous said...

Vah Bhai Bahi KAjal Ki Kamal Vah...

Kiya Bat Hai...

Arpit Joshi said...

nice bhakari