Bazaar Wali Dahi Phulkiyan


  • Big Bowls
  • Spoons
  • Wok for frying
  • Potato Masher
  • Strainer
  • Hand Mixer (optional)


For Phulki Batter:

  • Gram flour (besan) 2 cups
  • Baking soda 1/4 tsp
  • Cumin seeds 1/2 tsp
  • Salt 1/2 tsp or to taste
  • Water (warm) as required

For Yoghurt Mixture

  • Yoghurt 1 kg (thick Greek)
  • Sugar 2/3rd cup or as required
  • Cumin seeds (roasted and crushed) 1/2 tsp
  • Chat Masala powder 1/2 tsp
  • Cream/milk 250 ml

For Frying:

  • Oil as required

Assembling Ingredients

  • Imli chutney as required
  • Papri as required
  • Chat masala as required


  • In a bowl, mix baking soda in little water.
  • Add gramflour and all other Phulki batter ingredients and mix.
  • Keep adding water little by little until you get the desired consistency (as shown in video)
  • Add a tbsp of water on top and set aside.

For Frying:

  • Introduce oil in a wok and warm it on medium heat.
  • Make Phulki using potato masher spoon.
  • Fry them until golden brown.
  • Strain them and keep aside

For Yoghurt Mixture:

  • Mix all the ingredients.

For Assembling:

  • Soak the fried Phulki in warm water for about 20 minutes until they’re doubled in size.
  • Take the soaked Phulkiyan out of water.
  • Add them into the prepared yoghurt mixture and mix.
  • Garnish with Imli chutney, papri and some more chat Masala.
  • Serve.

Link to video recipe:


  • Adjust the sweetness to suit your taste buds.
  • This recipe makes around 2 medium sized dishes of Dahi Phulkiyan.
  • Make sure the Phulki batter rests for about half an hour before you start frying.
  • Keep stirring the Phulki while frying for uniform cooking and even colored Phulkis.
  • Fry the phulkis until they’re golden brown on medium heat. Don’t rush the process.
  • You can use milk instead of cream for yoghurt mixture.

Hope you’ll enjoy trying it out.
I’d love to get your feedback. Feel free to drop a comment below about your experience.

Happy Phulki-ingggg!

Masoor Daal Biryani

I love to eat meat and most of the times you’d hear me saying ‘agr biryani bananay ki mehnat krni hi hai to gosht ki hi banao bhyee‘ (Make biryani with meat bruh if you are doing so much effort) *insert facepalm emoji here*. But last week I was so done with eating meat, didn’t want to have daal chawal either so I came up with this recipe. Surprisingly, it turned out good. Even HI looked impressed with daal. Haha

Initially I didn’t plan on sharing the recipe but many of you asked for it when I showcased it on my Instagram stories, lol. So here it goes..

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Kharay Masalay Ka Qeema – A very easy beef mince recipe

During the initial years of marriage, the only beef mince recipe I used to make was the evergreen Aalu (matar) qeema. Later on, I got bored with it because you know life needs variety – your taste buds demand even more!! Haha

Due to the stated reason the historical advent of experimenting Kharay Masalay ka qeema (keema) happened and it turned out so yum, seriously! I now make it alternately with Aalu qeema.

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