North Indian Style Thava Roti

North Indian Breakfast

North Indian Style Thava Roti

North Indian Breakfast

Category : Vegetarian, Rotis

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By Sobha Kesavan

Published On: 09 May 2014

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20 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

  • Wheat flour : 2 cups
    Salt : ½ tsp
    Water : as reqd

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 1

Add required quantity of water and salt in the wheat flour.

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Step 2 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 2

Mix it well.

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Step 3 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 3

The wheat flour dough is ready.

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Step 4 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 4

Make small balls with the dough.

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Step 5 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 5

Spread the balls in round shape as shown in the below pictures (at the time of spreading the balls occasionally apply some wheat flour on it so that it can spread properly).

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Step 6 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 6

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Step 7 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 7

Heat the Chappathi stone and put the spread dough on it. After 1 - 2 minutes, heat the other side also.

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Step 8 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 8

Then put the half baked roti on the flame and heat both side on flame directly as shown in below pictures.

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Step 9 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 9

Enter Step

Step 10

Thava roti (also known as Phulka roti) is ready and can be served with any side dish.

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Step 11 North Indian Style Thava Roti Recipe

Step 11

If needed ghee / butter / gingelly oil can also apply on this roti and serve it.

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