Rice Flour Bhakri Recipe (Maharashtrian Tandalachi Bhakri)
Rice Bhakri (Tandalachi Bhakri) is a typical Maharashtrian flatbread made using rice flour. It takes just a couple of ingredients to make Rice bhakri and once you get a hang of it ,they are quite simple to make. Rice bhakri should be had hot, smeared with butter or ghee. Rice Flour Bhakri Recipe (Maharashtrian Tandalachi Bhakri) can be served with curries or simply topped with some Lahsun ki Chutney and raw onion on the side, or with Arhar Ki Dal with Lahsun Tadka. For a variation, you can add some grated vegetables or greens to the dough.
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- 2 cups Rice flour
- 1/2 teaspoon Salt
- Lukewarm Water , as required
How to make Rice Flour Bhakri Recipe (Maharashtrian Tandalachi Bhakri)
To begin making rice flour bhakri recipe, first, add the flour and salt in a mixing bowl.Mix.
Add warm water,mix and knead to get a soft pliable dough.
Heat a cast iron Tawa
Divide the dough into 2-3 portions. Shape each portion into a ball.
Dust a flat work surface with dry flour.
Press and pat each dough ball,with the palm of your hand to make a thin circle.
Take care that the dough does not stick at the bottom and should move freely with your hands.
Carefully lift this dough with both your hands and place it on a hot iron griddle.
Spread a little water with your hands on the surface of the Bhakri and then flip it over with a flat spatula.
Cook on high flame till some brown spots appear on the lower surface of the Bhakri.
Take it off the griddle flip again and gently put it directly on the flame.
Cook till you see brown spots or till it balloons up.
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