Wheat Atta (whole wheat flour) - 3 cups
Oil - 4 tbsp
Onions - 1 (very very finely chopped)
Green Chillies - 4 (finely chopped)
Coriander Leaves - 1/2 cup (finely chopped)
Dried Pomegranate seeds - 1 tsp (crushed)
Caraway seeds/kummel seeds ................. 1 tsp
Salt to taste
1. Take flour in a bowl. Add the entire 4 tbsp oil into the flour and mix well with fingers until the oil disappears into the flour.
2. Add the onions, green chillies, coriander leaves,caraway seeds, pomegranate seeds and salt and knead the into a hard dough using water.
3. Make about 5 big balls from the entire flour quantity.
4. Roll each ball into a 5 cm diameter thick circle of 1 cm width.
5. Heat a roti pan, and place the thick rolled out roti onto the pan. Heat for exactly 3 seconds and not more, and turn over. Heat this side also only for 3 secs, then remove onto a platform.
6. Immediately roll this half-baked roti into a large roti, double the original size.
7. Transfer onto the tawa again, and fry using 2 tsp pure ghee or butter, until it becomes well baked.
8. Remove. Repeat with the other balls.
Serve hot with yogurt sprinkled with salt n pepper and pickle.
I have heard so much about Koki from my sindhi friend.Now I know what it is.ReplyDelete
Thanks ..you should try it out.Delete
It is actually a breakfast item but I feel it is perfect for Sunday Brunch....quite filling.
thank you for linking this delicious koki yummy addition of pomegranateReplyDelete
I have enjoyed these in plenty at my uncle's house and I have tried making it a couple of times - would love to try out your recipe :-)ReplyDelete
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Thanks and welcome to my space.Delete
Do try it out and let me know.I just had a quick tour of your blog ...will again go through the recipes leisurely.
Lovely koki. I never had it but am sure wud love to have it.... !ReplyDelete
Thanks Sonia.. do try itDelete
Very new to me...looks delicious....Do drop in at my space too...wud love to hear from you...ReplyDelete
Thanks Reshmi.. will surely do thatDelete
How delicious these look! What a beautiful platter of food too - very tempting!ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking ReeniDelete
Thank you for sending over these yummy kokis.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sending this over..ReplyDelete
U have a lovely collection of recipes Shobha..nice space..glad to follow u ..ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the same..Delete
nice recipe, will try sometime!ReplyDelete
Very healthy and yummy breakfast. Thnaks for linking my event.ReplyDelete
My Monthly Event - Spotlight : "Healthy Breakfast Ideas".
Pleasure is mine dearDelete
thx for sharing this one is my favrt.ReplyDelete
this is interesting! What is the purpose of cooking twice?ReplyDelete
It makes the koki crispier and secondly you can make the half done ones and freeze them too for your convenience to make later or when u have guestsDelete
that is interesting... does cooking twice make it stay longer?ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole Wheat Flour
No dear but it makes them crispierDelete
Hi Shobha,, I was looking for the Koki recipe online and found this one.. i am making this today, will let you know how it turns out :~)ReplyDelete
Please do.. waiting to hear from youDelete