Rice flour bread made with cumin seeds, served with kehwa or sheer chai.
1. Take rice flour in a plate. Put cumin seeds and salt over flour and mix. NOTE: If you are out of India, you can find rice flour in any Indian grocery store.
2. knead the flour with hot water. Remember always to knead the rice flour with hot water. If you will knead the flour with cold water, you won't be able to make chapati. The rice flour dough is different from whole wheat dough. Whole wheat flour stays in shape when we roll it. This dough would be a little bit sticky . But don't worry, the rice flour dough is of this texture. NOTE: Knead the flour with hot water only.
3. Heat a pan on medium to high flame. Let it heat well. Take a small piece of dough( little thicker than whole wheat flour). Apply some dry rice flour to both sides.
4. Now make chapati with the help of your hand only. Press the dough piece continuously but slowly(unlike whole wheat chapati) between your palms by simultaneously applying dry dough(in between of the process) to your hands so that the chapati doesn't stick to your hand. Rice flour chapati cracks a little bit at edges( its edges are not as uniform as whole wheat chapati's edges). Put the chapati on heated pan( The pan should be hot enough). Let one side of the chapati cook well( it takes a little longer time to cook this chapati as compared to whole wheat flour chapati). Apply some ghee if needed.