Phulka or pulka is a commonly made, easy to make Indian flat bread roti. It is
a favorite of those watching their fat intake as there is no oil added as in chapati.
It is a no fat, low calorie version of chapati. It should be eaten hot.
You can mix the dough and keep it in the fridge for 2-3 days. It takes only a couple of minutes to make a phulka.
The trick to get soft fluffy pulkas is to roll them evenly. Cook them on medium flame.
If you are new to making these rotis, you may or may not get them perfect the first time.
Keep making them and you will surely get them perfect. 'Practice makes perfect!' Right?
Ingredients for pulka - phulka
Step by step instructions for making phulka - pulka
Preparation for making phulka - pulka
Serve it hot with any curry or vegetable dish of your choice such as:
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