2 Bowl pearl millet
2 Tablespoon clarified butter
1 Tablespoon salt
Mix water in pearl millet and make a mixture to make chapati. Be sure not to add the water too quickly; you don’t want your dough to be too sticky or you won’t be able to roll it out.
When dough is ready to make chapati. Take one ball and begin to flatten it between your palms. Lightly dust both sides with flour, and begin to roll out the ball on your powdered surface with your powdered rolling pin. It will help you give shape to your chapati.
Now place you chapati on iron skillet and set medium-high heat. Heat yor chapati from both side. Pay closer attention to how the roti is browning as opposed to how long it has been cooking.
Place the finished roti on a clean, dry towel and lightly brush with ghee or oil, then fold the towel over it. This will help keep the roti warm and soft while you continue cooking the remainder of your batch.
Serve with sauce or anything which suits your taste.
Serves – 2 persons