Indian Flat Bread




  1. Soak the lentils and rice together overnight, in tap or filtered water

  2. The next day, drain and rinse them

  3. Blend with 1 cup of water to make a thick batter

  4. You may add some salt, pepper, garlic, or any herbs and spices.

  5. Heat a non-stick pan and apply a few drops of oil

  6. Cook thin pancakes for about 2 minutes each, flipping halfway through

  7. You will need to apply some more oil between each batch.

  8. If you want a crispy bread, let it cook for longer on low heat until the edges become crispy and some parts become golden brown.


For 6 flat breads:

  • ½ cup lentils, brown or orange

  • ½ cup rice, brown or white*

 *For softer bread that is easier to roll, for wraps, use white rice.


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