Mixed Flour Roti



  1. Wheat Flour
  2. Gram Flour
  3. Jowar Flour
  4. Corn Meal Flour
  5. Maida
  6. Coriander
  7. Chilli Powder
  8. Turmeric
  9. Ginger & Garlic Paste
  10. Green Chillies
  11. Carom seeds ( ajwain )
  12. Sesame Seeds ( Options )
  13. Salt
  14. Oil ( Optional )


Step 1.

Mix all 2 tbsp of all flours, add some chopped coriander leaves, sesame seeds, 1/4 tsp of G & G Paste, ajwain according to your taste.

Step 2.

Add 2 pinch’s of turmeric,some finely chopped green chillies,1/4 tsp of chilli powder, salt and knead the flour into soft dough and rest it for 15 to 20 m.

Step 3.

If you want you can even add oil to your dough and knead it, as per healthy reason i usually skip oil as far as possible.

Step 4.


Now Divide the dough into equal parts and roll it like chapathi as you can see in the picture above.

Step 5.


Heat a non stick pan and add chapathi to pan and fry them on both sides as you can in the picture above.

Step  6.



This is spicy chapathis and goes very well with any curries as you can see.



This chapathi will be different from regular chapathi, with spicy in taste.


Enjoy Your Breakfast…..


Broken Wheat Kichidi



  1. Broken Wheat
  2. Mung Daal
  3. Chilli Powder
  4. Garlic Cloves
  5. Dry red chilli’s
  6. Cloves
  7. Turmeric
  8. Cumin Seeds
  9. Ghee
  10. Oil
  11. Salt


Step 1.


Wash 1/2 cup mung daal, add water to it and microwave it for  5 m so that daal is slightly cooked. We are doing this process because wheat will cook a bit fast than daal, we want both to cook equally.

Step 2.

Heat  1 1/2 tbsp of oil and add 1 tsp of chopped garlic, 1 clove, 2 red chilli,1/2 tsp of turmeric, 1/2 tsp of cumin seeds, allow it to crackle, then add 1 cup of wheat to it and roast it until you get slightly change in colour.

Step 3.

At this stage add half cooked mung daal and 1 tsp of chilli powder, salt to taste and give a stir, Now add 3 cups of water and close the cooker and allow it to get 3 whistle.

Step 4.

Once the pressure goes down, its done. Serve it with Ghee, if you are on diet no need of ghee. It goes very well with mango pickle and yogurt. Its a Good protein food. Wheat and daal gets mashed up as you can see in the picture this is what it look’s like, good diet food & yummy as well.