Friday, December 08, 2006

Radha's Weet-Bix Phulka

Oil - 1 tbsp
Salt - 1 tsp
Weet- Bix - 4 no. (powder it with your hand)
Water - 1 rice cup (kettle boiling water)

Mix these in deep big bowl.

Plain flour - 1 rice cup + more to knead

Mix this to above with big spoon and knead it with help of flour to soft plaible dough. Divide dough in to lemon size ball. Smear oil to each dough ball, cover. Roll each ball in to circle with help of flour.

Heat tawa, keep rolled circle dough on Hot tawa cook lightly on both sides first. Turn over again and press gently on all sides, turn and do it again and wrap in tea towel and serve hot.

Serve with any Dal, Chana Curry or Mealmaker Bangala dumpa Kura.












Courtesy:

Radha's weet-bix phulka, why that name because she is the only one I think that discovered weet-bix phulka. But just to remind you if you cook it other than these proportions it will become hard. So do it my way to get soft phulkas.

Thank you andi for your tip.


© 2006 by Rajani Rayudu

4 comments:

Priya said...

Hi Rajani,
Got to your blog from your comment on Nandita's blog. You have a wonderful blog here, recipes chaala bagunnayi, will visit you more often here on :-)

Coming to the recipe for Plum cake, I don't like eggs and avoid using them, could you suggest a recipe that does not use it ?? Thank you soo much :-)

Lakshmi said...

so nice recipe Rajani

Rajani said...

Hi priya,
Thank u. Regarding Plum cake I do not have the recipe without eggs.
I have an eggless christmas cake recipe though and if you are interested I will post it for you.

Hi Lakshmi garu,
Thank u andi and it's got lots of fibre too. Naku baga nachindi. Meeru chesi chudandi. Yummy...
cheers
rajani

Priya said...

I would love to have the recipe for the Christmas cake Rajani :-)