The high bran content of the wholemeal atta makes it a fibre-rich food and chana dhal is rich in protein and iron. It’s super tasty and a healthy breakfast option for kids. A great and wholesome way to start the day.
- 1 cup channa dhal (Bengal gram)
- 2 tbsp palm sugar (Gula Melaka)
- a pinch of crushed cardamom pods
The recipe for chapati can be found here.
For the filling:
- Pressure cook the dhal with just enough water to cover the dhal. Allow for 3 whistles and turn off the heat. The dhal mixture should be thick and creamy.
- Heat a wok and add ghee.
- Then, add the dhal mixture and the palm sugar and a pinch of salt. Mix for a few minutes until the mixture thickens.
- Then, add the crushed cardamom pods.
- Stir evenly and turn off the heat.
- Allow the mixture to cool slightly.
- Take small balls of the chapati dough and rub some oil on the dough to prevent it from sticking.
- Roll the dough to a small circle using a rolling pan.
- To this add equal quantity of filling and close the edges. Then, roll it again evenly.
- Heat a flat pan and pan fry the rolled bholi.