Picture this. Makki ki Roti, fresh and hot served with warm sarson ka saag (mashed mustard greens) and lemony dal on a cold winter night! Doesn’t it sound divine?
This famous Punjabi flatbread made with maize flour is traditionally flattened on the palm. One acquires this skill over time with practice while having a lot of fun trying.
Maize flour is slightly yellowish in colour. It is made by grinding corn kernels. Use finely ground flour because the grainy ones don’t make for the best makki ki roti.
Make this a-MAIZE-ing flatbread and send us pictures because we would love to see them and drool.