Bhakri refers to a flat bread which is common and popular rural meal of north Karnataka and Maharashtra. Preparing Bhakri is considered to be difficult and time consuming. The crispy Bhakri made from Jowar flour pairs well with dollop of butter and Thumbagayi Palya, a dish made of whole eggplant in spicy gravy. This unleavened flat bread may be lightened with Bajra (millet) flour.

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