Satpura Phulko

Today's recipe is simple and tasty Sindhi Phulko.It's the regular chapati or pulka which we make daily. Adding lottle salt and pepper to this chapati gave a different taste altogether. Here goes the recipe...




We need:


Wheat flour 2 cups
Black pepper powder 1/4 sp
Salt to taste
Oil  2 sps
Water


Method:


Add salt, black pepper to wheat flour.
Add oil and mix well.
Now add water little at a time to make a dough.
Knead it into soft dough and set it aside for 5 to 10 minutes.
Now make this dough into equal portions.
Roll each portion as  chapati using oil or what flour.
Heat tava and cook the  chapati on medium flame using oil.
Remove and serve hot with any curry or dal.


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Comments

Srivalli said…
Sushma, I think satpura comes from the fact that it is rolled inot discs and turns out flaky, even though it's made with atta..more like our parotta but with pepper added..I remember Alka of Sindhirasoi making this..
Sushma Satpuro is a seven layered chapatti in Sindhi Cuisine, this is called loond, kare mirch jo fulko , which means salt and pepper chapatti.
Suma Gandlur said…
Lovely variation. If I remember correctly,I think I saw another version of layered one at Vaishali's blog.
Pavani N said…
Adding pepper to phulkas sounds interesting and delicious
sushma said…
Oh thanks Srivalli and Vaishali. I didn't know about the layers. The website where I found the recipe did not say anything about the laters. Thanks for letting me know. Will re-do the recipe and post a new pic.
That's sounds so simple. A lill pepper in have added a good flavor
Pepper must be adding a nice kick to the roti!!!
Interesting addition of pepper to chapati flour!
Chef Mireille said…
nice flavored roti
Padmajha PJ said…
I have seen the layered variety.The addition of pepper powder does add a nice touch to the roti..
Saras said…
Love the addition of pepper and will try next time..

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