Makki Ki Roti

Makki Ki Roti
Makki ki Roti is a Punjabi Bread, that is loved by Punjabis and usually is cooked in winters as it is best combined with Sarson ka Saag. Have a look at the recipe below.
Recipe Type: Breads
Cuisine: Punjabi, North Indian
Preperation Time:  10 mins 
Cooking Time:  10 mins 
Total Time:  20 mins
Serving: 3-4
2 cups of maize flour (makki ki atta)
1 tsp of ajwain (optional)
Hot water as required
Salt to taste
Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl.
Make a soft dough with hot water, knead for a few minutes.
Divide dough into equal-sized balls. Lightly flour a rolling surface & roll each ball into a 
circle approx 5" in diameter (1/4" thick)
Now heat tava/griddle & place roti very carefully on it.
Flip & cook from other side till you see red-brown marks & get that distinct aroma.
Serve hot makki ki roti glazed with butter on top & piping hot sarson ka saag. 

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