phulka roll into comparatively thin circle than chapathi
a cast iron tava for cooking chapthi.It retains heat for a long time and helps in uniform cooking.
phulka,first place the rolled dough on the tava
your chapathis turn very dry and patchy it means you have used excess flour for dusting.
adjusting the flame to get perfectly cooked chapathis.
it sounds very easy,making pooris can be a bit tricky.There are N number of recipes for perfect poori dough,few people use rava along with wheat flour.Using rava makes crispy pooris.In general the dough should be tight and should not be rested.
sliding the poori in oil,press it once gently as it helps in puffing.
you rest the dough for long time,pooris will absorb excess oil and turn soggy.
I have tried to share two methods of making this recipe, one is a roti recipe made by applying oil on tawa itself and the other is a roti recipe without oil that is in the form of phulkaand then applying oil if required
Here is how these cookies are made. No special equipment, save fora bowl and wooden spoon, is required tomake the cookies, so they are great to have in your roster if you have occasion to work in a sub par kitchen
It happened to be scheduled around a church work day when we were expected to weed, polish and do general cleaning and maintenance around the church (you know, back in the day when there were no no-wax floors and church pews smelled of Old English furniture polish)