Unleavened whole wheat bread
Phulka Roti is a traditional bread of Western India, similar to a tortilla, that accompanies the variety of curries. First, a mixture of whole wheat flour and a little canola oil is made into a dough. Then this mixture is made into dough balls, rolled out with a bit of all-purpose flour, and placed on an iron tawa. After the Roti disc cooks for a few seconds on each side, it is taken off the tawa and directly onto the gas flame. The roti puffs up into a ball and flattens after. Enjoy the softness and freshness!
PLAIN OR METHI PARATHA
Plain Paratha is made with whole wheat dough, similar to a Roti, but thicker with a hint of crispness; cooked on an iron tawa with some canola oil
Methi Paratha is made with whole wheat dough, fresh & kasoori methi (fenugreek leaves), red chilli powder, turmeric, and spices; thicker than a Roti with a hint of crispness; cooked on an iron tawa with some canola oil
Contains No Onion / No Garlic