Satpuro phulko

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Satpuro phulko  is a flaky paratha, wherein the usual wheat flour dough is rolled, sliced and re-rolled, resulting in crisp flaky flatbread.

Rolling the doughAnd here is how the re-rolled dough will look like…

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Satpuro phulko
 
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Recipe type: Paratha recipe
Serves: 2
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A flaky paratha made from whole wheat flour
Ingredients
  • Wheat flour 2 cups
  • Salt as per taste
  • Black pepper powder ¼ tsp
  • Oil 4 tsp
  • Water for kneading the dough
Method
  1. Knead a soft dough by mixing wheat flour, salt, black pepper powder and two spoons of oil, with the required amount of water
  2. Keep it aside for 5 minutes
  3. Now take a portion of this dough and roll it with a rolling pin (Belan)
  4. Now with a help of a knife cut it vertically into 4 or 5 pieces at distance of about one inch each
  5. Sprinkle some wheat flour and little oil and roll all the pieces, one over the other (Take one piece, roll it fully like we roll a ribbon, then take another piece and roll it over the first piece and so on)
  6. Now you will get a ball like structure of rolled over pieces
  7. Carefully roll it like a chapati with the help of belan, but it should be thicker than a normal paratha
  8. Place it on a hot tava, pour some oil and cook it on medium flame, tossing and greasing it at intervals
  9. Serve hot immediately with vegetable of your choice or simply with curd.
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9 thoughts on “Satpuro phulko

  1. there is one sindhi roti tha we usually make for breakfast during winter. Please post the recipe for Busri as its very very common in sindhi households

  2. HI YOU TOOK A LOT OF EFFORT IN POSTING SO MANY RECIPES. PLS IF YOU HAVE RECIPE FOR MAKING DRY DAAL VARIYUN PLS LET US KNOW.
    THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK WORK.

  3. Had come here looking for this one. Found it finally.
    Last weekend, I couldn’t remember the method you had described; now that I read it carefully, I will give it a try. 🙂

  4. Surrayya Kapri says:

    Hi
    great as always. I look forward to the bajhri ji maani as well.

  5. I love the pic! Never heard of this method of forming layers; I must try! You have an astounding amount of great food already on your blog.

  6. Hello taruna,
    Thanks a lot for your appreciation !

  7. g8 efforts. i rearlly love ur sindhi rasoi site its good for youg kids who r married abord its g8 help 4 them keep it up…thnks

  8. Thanks vanita for ur valuable comments,it encourage us to work more hard
    Bye and regards

  9. I love these dishes , reminds me of all the great dishes mom has cooked. I am a sindhi and freak out on dal chawal, curry and everything mentioned here … i do try and make some but its never the same as moms…its gr8 to find ur site ..and these pics make ur mouth water …. , have been married to a south indian so food is always a mix of sindhi food and kerela food …. ill keep visting ur site

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