This is the most preferred breakfast in Sindhi homes during winters. Crispy koki flavoured with crushed black pepper and cumin seeds with a cup of cardamom tea is sheer bliss. You can carry it during your travels too.
Whole wheat flour ....... 2 cups
Coarsely crushed black pepper ... 2-3 tsps
Cumin seeds ........................... 2 tsps
Salt ............................ to taste
Ghee or oil ....... as needed
1. Take the flour in a large bowl or thali.
2. Add the coarsely crushed black pepper, cumin seeds, salt and 2 tbsps of ghee or oil.
3. Mix it well. It should form a lump when you press a small amount in your fist. This is the tip for testing the right amount of moin (ghee) added to it.
4. Knead it adding water as needed to make a tight dough.
5. Roll out the koki.
6. Roast it on a griddle on medium flame spooning a little ghee to make it crispy.
7. Serve it with pickle. curd or masala chai.
I love learning about different foods from your blog!ReplyDelete
Thank you Heidi.. I am so glad to hear that :)Delete
Delicious and tempting flatbread!ReplyDelete
Wow ! What a delicious flat bread ! Love it !ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking SangeetaDelete
Very novel and delicious recipe.ReplyDelete
Thanks .. do give it a tryDelete
Woow..sounds so nice..have to try it outReplyDelete
Thanks Moumita.. do share the feedback when you make.Delete
Sounds yummy must try making a small batch.ReplyDelete
Please do make it and share the feed back.Delete
The koki looks so crispy tempting, perfect with a hot cuppa of adrakh wali chai.ReplyDelete
That's the way I like it too.Delete
Koki looks absolutely tempting and very crispy to have with a fabulous hot chai, i dont mind having some anytime, such a beautiful crispy bread.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Priya.Delete
Sounds so delicious & tempting paratha.ReplyDelete
Thank you dear.Delete
These flat bread looks so crispy and delicious. Superb share. Perfect for breakfast.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sujata.. it is a traditional Sindhi breakfast.Delete
This sounds interesting...I use to make with jeera seeds..but adding pepper is great ideaReplyDelete
Koki looks amazing with the flavours of cumin and pepper. Perfect for travel and breakfast. Honestly I love Kokis a lot and could have it for all the meals possible.ReplyDelete
Yes Vidya.. it stays good for many days and hence a perfect dish for travelling.Delete
Coincidentally, as I am reading this recipe, I am eating Kali Miri-wali Mutter Paneer. A simple spice can change the flavour profile of the roti by so much. Great recipe, Shobha-ji!ReplyDelete
Lol.. Aruna.. enjoy your kokiDelete
I love all flatbread variations! This Koki sounds amazing. The black pepper must give it a subtle heat and powerful flavour boost.ReplyDelete
Thanks Maria.. yes the combined flavours give it an awesome taste.Delete
Tempting flat bread! Love the addition of the crushed pepper; fabulous!ReplyDelete
Such a flavourful bread.. Koki with chai looks so inviting !ReplyDelete
Thank you Priya.Delete
Looks delicious...Ideal during travel...I loved the addition of pepper...Yummy share!!ReplyDelete
Yes Padma.. it is good for travel.. thanksDelete
Lovely flat bread! Perfect for lunch box or picnic table!ReplyDelete
True Uma.. thanksDelete
Addition of pepper is new for me. Will love it with kadhi or curd.ReplyDelete
I normally add carom seeds in my morning flatbread or paratha.Kaali mirch sounds interesting too.ReplyDelete
Must try Sapana.. they add a zing to the breads.Delete
Had koki a long time ago... thanks for the recipeReplyDelete
This is a very nice dish for breakfast as well to have with a cup of coffee! The flavors are so good!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much..Delete
I love Koki and being an Andhra, I love spice. You just made Koki all the more enticing for me. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking it dear :)Delete