Our routine diet forms of dal, rice, chapatis and a vegetable. But during occasions or when guests are to arrive,.. ..puri or Bhakri (Indian flat bread) will be a part of the menu. So, today I’m here to show how to prepare Bhakri. It’s an unconventional one. This is made using 3 kinds of flour. This is ‘Triguni Bhakri’ Primarily, we’ll let everything come to a boil. Let’s measure the quantity of ingredients. Take a container and
add 1 and a half cup of water in it. Next, we’ll add some salt. Small amounts of oil or ghee. Just little… Around half tbsp. Let’s wait until it boils. Bring it to a boil. The water has boiled, now turn off the stove. Once it’s boiled,.. ..take this container off the stove. Let’s add all 3 flours. First, add 1 cup rice flour. Next comes 1 cup jowar flour. Finally, 1 cup bajra flour. Mix them well. Let it cool down. Wait for 5-10 minutes approximately.. ..until it cools down completely. Now, start kneading as it’s cooled down. While you knead,
apply some water to your hands to avoid it sticking. Knead it well.. ..without adding much water. We are using 1 and a half cup of water to 2 cups of flour. When preparing rice flour Bhakri,
use 1 cup of water to 1 cup of flour. If its bajra and rice flour Bhakri,
use 1 and a half cup of water. Again, apply some water to your hand
and gather it well. We are done with kneading. Check if it’s easily rolled into a ball,
must be soft enough. Should be easy to roll.. ..or else the Bhakri will tend to crack at the edges. Switch the stove on.. ..and preheat the pan. Let’s start rolling the Bhakri. Either take rice flour or all purporse flour (maida) to dab. Now, roll the Bhakri. The best part is, we got the flour mixture boiled.. ..and hence the consistency is firm refraining from cracks. Neatly keep rolling it…
It feels nice to get the desired outcome! Round in shape. Let’s place it onto the pan. Do not lower the flame.. ..and meanwhile let’s roll another Bhakri. Check if it’s cooked. Bhakri is ready! Popular Maharashtrian main course dish,.. ..Bhakri is ready to eat! Triguni Bhakri! But, it should have some accompaniment. Let’s take a onion! For now, Bye!