Often at breakfast, I crave something light. Something delicious and light, and good for health. But how difficult it is to find such a healthy yet light and tasty dish. But don’t worry, because we’ve prepared a special recipe for you to enjoy your morning tea without any guilt.
Today we are going to make the Sindhi Koki recipe. This is a famous Sindhi recipe that is perfect for those who are used to eating parathas and suyabh chai for breakfast and can’t get enough. So Koki is a grilled meat that is made with flour and lots of spices. The best part is that it’s not greasy and crunchy.
So let’s take a quick look at how to make Sindhi Koki.
To make Sindhi Koki you need
Wheat Flour – 1 cup (150 g)
Ghee – 3 to 4 tablespoons
Green coriander – 2 to 3 tablespoons (chopped)
Mint sprigs – 2 tablespoons
Ginger – 1 tsp (grated)
Ajawan – 1/4.less
Green Chili – 1 (chopped)
Turmeric Powder – 1 pinch
Asafoetida – 1 pinch
Cumin – 1/4 tsp
Dried pomegranate seeds – 1/4 tsp
Black Pepper – less than 1/4 tsp (coarsely ground)
Salt – more than 1/4 tsp or to taste
How to Make Sindhi Koki
In a large bowl, combine turmeric powder, carrot seeds, cumin seeds, green chilli, ginger, black pepper, salt, dried pomegranate seeds, asafoetida, cilantro, mint, and 1 tablespoon ghee. Mix all ingredients well, knead into a soft dough as needed, make parathas with the help of water. Cover the dough for 10 to 15 minutes to set.
Knead the dough again until smooth. Then put the pot on the gas to heat it up. Now make a dough and roll it into a circle. Now put this rolled up Koki on the pan.
Fry the pancakes from both sides for about 30 to 40 seconds, then remove from the flame. Put it on top of a rolling pin and mash. Now roll it back into a ball and roll it again like a pancake.
Now spread some ghee on the tawa and place the Koki on top. When the Koki turns golden brown, turn the Koki again. Spread some ghee on top as it bakes from the bottom. Flip again and spread some ghee on this side as well. In the same way, fry all the koki by applying ghee.
Your Garma – Hot Koki is ready. You can eat koki like this with chutney, kimchi, or morning tea.
How This Koki Recipe Can Benefit Your Health
What’s special about this recipe is that it’s non-greasy and doesn’t contain any cholesterol.
Usually it is made with flour, but if you are gluten-tolerant, you can use any flour like multigrain, oat, ragi, etc. to make kokki.
Koki is rich in fiber, so you won’t even feel bloated.