Thursday, September 30, 2010

Satpuro Phulko

Satpuro in Sindhi means layered rotis, or parantha..Sat means seven and puro means layered...This parathas can be served for breakfast, lunch or for dinner with any sort of curry or simply just with yogurt and pickle..I have bookmarked this recipe at Alka's Sindhi Rasoi and immediately i loved this layered paratha since it goes for easy preparation..This satpuro phulko tastes marvellous with any sort of gravies eventhough we just  enjoyed these rotis with mixed veggies kurma, we loved it..This layered rotis goes for wheat flour, pepper powder, salt and oil also its completely healthy, this layered roti can be prepared with many variations but i loved this simple and easy preparation....Sending to T&T -SindhiRasoi guest hosted by Ria, event by Lakshmi..

Satpuro Phulko

2cups Wheat flour
1/2tsp Pepper powder
2tbsp Oil
Salt
Water

Take the flour, pepper powder, salt and a tablespoon of oil in a bowl,knead as a soft dough, keep aside for 15minutes..knead again well and take a small portion of the dough, roll as circles with rolling pin, with a knife cut it vertically into 4 ribbons with an inch each..Sprinkle some wheat flour, oil over all pieces..roll all pieces one over the other and make a ball ..carefully roll it as chapathi with rolling pin..

Place the chapathis over a hot pan, drizzle some oil and cook on medium flame until they get well cooked..Serve with any sort of gravies or curd..

45 comments:

DEESHA said... Reply To This Comment

nice phulkas .. I wud love to serve these for a get together

Sayantani said... Reply To This Comment

beautiful layered paratha Priya. soo so healthy too.

Happy Cook said... Reply To This Comment

wowo thay are beautifully made and looks really good.

Viki's Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Very nice parathas dear. You made it beautifully. Healthy as well as delicious it seems.

divya said... Reply To This Comment

lovely delicious and healthy phulkas...

Adelina said... Reply To This Comment

wow, there are so many names out there for this versatile bread! Looks tempting and fresh!

Jacqueline said... Reply To This Comment

Looks lovely, will have to remember these and have a go :)

G.Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

rotis looks delicious...

Padma said... Reply To This Comment

Nice layered paratha and also fluffy.

Swathi said... Reply To This Comment

simple dishes always tasty. This looks great Priya.

Santosh Bangar said... Reply To This Comment

LOOKING NICE PHULKA

Satya said... Reply To This Comment

wow those pulkas looks superb ...

Satya
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Gulmohar said... Reply To This Comment

That looks cool..and sounds easy

NIDHYA said... Reply To This Comment

Love the layered phulko..definitely will try it..

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Smitha said... Reply To This Comment

that looks beautiful enough to eat!!

swapna said... Reply To This Comment

looks soo good and beautifully layered!!!

An Open Book said... Reply To This Comment

they do look pretty perfect ...

aipi said... Reply To This Comment

U got the layers beautifully..love that it is made of whole wheat flour!

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SavithaRaj's Spice Land said... Reply To This Comment

awesome layerd pulka's ..Priya they look so tempting.

Umm Mymoonah said... Reply To This Comment

So soft and yummy phulkas just like parathas.

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said... Reply To This Comment

Satpuro Phulko! I liked the name ya...hehe!

Pass me the paratha pls! :D

sinfullyspicy said... Reply To This Comment

Use of peppers in a paratha is new to me..but I m sure it will taste good...i just want some yogurt and curry!

Krishnaveni said... Reply To This Comment

beautiful recipe, looks yum

Raina said... Reply To This Comment

These look delicious. The perfect compliment to any meal:) I have never had them but would love to try.

Harini said... Reply To This Comment

I think they are known as parota in southern India..Anyway the layered parathas look yummy..

Ramya said... Reply To This Comment

Layers have come out well..Looks delish

Torviewtoronto said... Reply To This Comment

delicious beautiful

RAKS KITCHEN said... Reply To This Comment

Thats a new combo,pepper powder and wheat flour!

Priya (elaichii) said... Reply To This Comment

You are killing me Priya with that paratha! Looks so yummy!

Nitha said... Reply To This Comment

I ve tried this.. But failed to make layers.. shall try once again.. :)

Shanthi said... Reply To This Comment

Nice recipe and perfectly made

Sushma Mallya said... Reply To This Comment

Nice layers on it..done so perfectly...

Hamaree Rasoi said... Reply To This Comment

Your layers have come out so well Priya

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

veena krishnakumar said... Reply To This Comment

now i am bookmarking this:-)

Soumya said... Reply To This Comment

Hi, u got a sunshine award http://traditional-indian-cooking.blogspot.com/p/awards.html

Nandini said... Reply To This Comment

The roti is very healthy and gobble-worthy! Looks delicious!

notyet100 said... Reply To This Comment

nice nme look so perfect

Paaka Shaale said... Reply To This Comment

Hey Priya,
The phulka looks just yummy. I'll surely try this

sweetartichoke said... Reply To This Comment

I could live on rotis and dals... This one is new to me and it looks so good!! Definitely putting on my list of "to-be-tried-soon" recipes...

Gayathri's Cook Spot said... Reply To This Comment

Nice layered parathas and they look yummy!

Mrs.Menagasathia said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful layered paratha..

Pari said... Reply To This Comment

Nice layered paratha dear. I make them too when I have time in hand.
FOODELICIOUS

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful. I had seen Alka's .

Sadhana said... Reply To This Comment

Nice parathas!

Mina Joshi said... Reply To This Comment

Great parathas!! My dad used to make these really well. I like your suggestion of cutting the rotis into ribbons and rolling them again.