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How to make soft Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe

Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe


Soft Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe is the same. The only difference is that people call it by their different names. Basically, it is a flatbread almost eaten in every part of India. Soft Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe is one of the most important meals in India. You can serve Roti or Phulka with Sabzi, Daal, Vegetable curry, Chutney and Paneer recipes.

Difference Between Soft Roti Recipe And Phulka Recipe

Phulka means Puff. The Roti gets puffed when it exposed to high flame. Make sure this process only can be achieved on direct flame. On the other hand, Rotis have different preparation style. Instead of using rolling pins, Rotis are flattened by hand.

There are Different Names Of Rotis: Some called it Chapatis, Some Called it Phulkas. Roti is made on Tava with different styles. It can be partially puffed on one side. We can also use oil while roasting the rotis. We call it ‘Poli’ in Maharashtra.

How to make soft Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe

How to make soft Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe How to make soft Roti Recipe or Phulka Recipe Print This
Serves: 8 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 105 calories fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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  • 3-4 cups of wheat flour or Atta
  • 1 - 1.30 Cups Of water (You can increase or decrease the amount of water if needed)
  • 1/2 or 3/4th tbsp salt
  • 2 Tbsp Oil


  • How to make Roti Recipe Or Phulka Recipe
  • Take a large bowl. Add Atta or whole wheat flour in a bowl.
  • Add salt and a bit of water to the whole flour.
  • Additionally, add oil and start mixing.
  • Knead the dough carefully. Make sure don’t knead the dough too soft or hard. The consistency should lie in between too soft and hard.
  • Now make the small balls of the dough. Press one by one gently between palms of your hand.
  • Start flattening the ball. Dust the rolling board with the flour. Also, dust the flatten ball.
  • Now heat the tawa on the gas stove. Once the tawa get heated, start rolling the dough into flat round circle. Put the roti or Phulka on hot tawa.
  • First cook on one side, it should be half cooked.
  • Flip the roti or phulka. Cook on another side.
  • When the roti or phulka cooked well on another side. Brown spot should be visible.
  • Now turn the roti, keep the other side on fire. Make sure the roti should be puffed well.
  • Don’t overcook the rotis. Keep all the rotis in a casserole.
  • Serve them with Dal, veggies and Panner Curry.                          


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