There is nothing that warms the heart (and tummy) like fresh, hot and melt in your mouth soft Phulka or Fulka. Though called by many different names like roti or rotli, phulkas are an integral part of an Indian meal. They can be enjoyed with dry vegetable dishes as well as curries. Try this easy recipe for a classic Indian bread."How to Make Soft Phulka (Fulka, Roti, Rotli)"
Rotis made with Sooji (Suji) or Semolina can be enjoyed hot off the stove or later, without the fear of them getting hard. They are perfect for the lunchbox — with no need for reheating. Enjoy a break from the normal roti or chapati with this easy Sooji Roti recipe."Sooji (Semolina) Roti"
If you’re looking for a filling meal on the go or a one shot, all in one item, you’ll want to try this Gobi Paratha recipe. Spiced cauliflower flavored by fresh herbs is stuffed into a flatbread and then pan fried. Serve it with mango pickle and yogurt or raita and you have a delicious meal."Cauliflower (Gobi) Paratha"
Disclaimer: Mangala Deshmukh is NOT a licensed Dietician/ Nutritionist. The information on this website is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any medical or other condition. Always seek the advice of your health provider prior to starting any diet. We usually turn to Rice when confronted with wheat allergy or the need to stay away from Gluten. Rice flour is the base of most cake,…"Gluten-Free Basic Flour Mix"
Rajastan is famous for it’s rustic cuisine and Bajra ki Roti comes front and center. Bajra, or Pearl Millet, is a hearty gluten free grain that is easily digestible and contains many beneficial nutrients. It is packed with protein, high amounts of fiber, B-complex vitamins including niacin, thiamine, and riboflavin. Try this recipe for Bajra ki Roti with Kande ki Subzi (Onion Subzi)…simply delicious!"Bajra ki Roti (Millet Flat Bread Recipe)"