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I have been asked to include more of spinach in my food these days. I have so many spinach recipes and always wanted to try spinach phulka’s.Β This is not a new recipe though πŸ˜‰ Just that I have tried assembling multigrain atta with all the flours that I have.

I did some googling to find out how to make multigrain atta at home. Almost everyone gave the same proportion. I had all the flours available at home except for channa dal flour. I just replaced channa dal with Bajri flour/Millet flour. The proportion is whole wheat flour is 2.5 cups and other grains totaled to 1 cup.Β  So here is how I made it.

Wheat flour : 2.5 cups

Oats Flour : 1/4 cup

Maize flour :1/4 cup

Bajri Flour/Millet Flour : 1/4 cup (replace by Channa dal flour)

Ragi Flour/Finger Millet Flour : 2 tablespoons

Soy Flour : 2 tablespoons

Mix all these together to get multigrain atta at home πŸ™‚

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Now getting back to palak phulka

Ingredients:

I have not given measurements, as we can easily play around just like any other Phulka’s

Multigrain atta

Spinach

Garlic

Pepper Powder or Green Chili

Cumin Powder

Salt

Water

Method:

  • Wash spinach , grind it with garlic and very little water to make a fine paste. If you are using green chili grind along. ( I have used pepper powder)
  • In a medium bowl, mix multigrain atta, the ground spinach, pepper powder, cumin powder, salt.
  • Make a soft dough out of it.
  • Rest it for 15 mins.
  • Next make balls out of this dough. Then roll the balls dusting a little flour into round shape with a rolling pin.
  • Heat a griddle, when hot place these phulka’s and cook well on both sides.
  • Transfer to the roti puffer and cook both sides.
  • You can also use oil or butter to cook instead of roti puffer.
  • Serve with any of your favorite gravy or yogurt.

 

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