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Beetroot Duppad – Beetroot Split Flatbread Recipe
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Learn to make Beetroot Duppad – Beetroot Split Flatbread Recipe with step by step picture instructions. Duppad is a layered Indian Flatbread separated into two layers after cooking. Duppad is aHindii word which means two layers. Duppad aka dupalli roti is beautifully unique split flatbread comes with the added benefits of beetroot.
Beetroot aka beet gives this flatbread a gorgeous red color along with essential nutrients. This is a quick, easy, and very soft buttery flatbread which goes well with any meal. Great for the occasion when you have guests coming over. This would take half the time of regular cooking, and remains soft for many hours.
Join both balls and merge them together by pressing and seal the corners as shown in the photos. Roll this into a 7-inch circle. Cut the edges with a pizza cutter or knife to make an even circle from all the sides.
Heat a pan or tawa and place the rolled roti. Once you see the bubble, flip it and roast on the other side. Press the circle evenly with a napkin on all sides with very soft hands while roasting. This process would separate the layers. Now carefully pick the upper half of it on the side and pull over gently to peel off the layer completely.
This time, you will see that the chapati has split into two equals. Remove from heat and place them on a plate. Repeat the same process with other dough balls. Smear them with ghee and roll them into triangles as shown in the photos. Serve hot with your favorite curry.