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Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki

 

 

A breakfast dish from Sindhi cuisine, Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki is a popular flatbread delicacy. It’s famous for its unique taste, crispy texture and super simple recipe to make with minimum ingredients, easily found in every kitchen.

4 main ingredients required to make Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki

Made with only 4 ingredients, this flatbread, koki requires wheat flour, oil and milk and it’s spiced up with black pepper powder.

It resembles to a biscuit, if we talk about texture and taste wise, yet no refined flour is used in it. However  it’s a traditional Sindhi breakfast dish, but it can be served any time of the day and with anything.
Dal Pakwan is another best Sindhi breakfast dish loved by everyone, that is made specially on Sunday.

Masala koki and Sindhi koki, are they different?

Certainly yes. As I mentioned, Sindhi koki is kneaded with milk and flavoured with humble ingredient black pepper powder.

Moreover, not many people know about this authentic Sindhi koki, as when word koki is mentioned it’s assumed that it’s masala onion koki only.

Whereas masala koki is made using onions, coriander leaves and green chillies. There are numerous variations to make masala koki also, which may vary from home to home.

What is the texture of Koki?

This Koki/ flat bread gets it’s texture from oil and cold/warm milk. This Koki is not at all soft like chapati/paratha what we usually have. But Sindhi Koki is meant to be slightly hard and crunchy like biscuit.

Serving suggestions

Sindhi Koki goes really well with some boiled/fried eggs and tea/coffee. You may have it with papad, pickle and curd by its side.

 

Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki

In addition to that, iperfectly goes well with all sorts of sindhi curries such as Sindhi kadhi,Potato tuk,Sai bhaji/Palak chana dal, Fish curry, Suran/Jimikand masala and many more.

We usually like to eat Koki for breakfast with a cup of chai and boiled eggs on the side.

Tips to prepare authentic Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki

Here I am sharing few tips to keep in mind to make a perfect Sindhi koki. As when I first learnt this method I made many mistakes. But after few attempts I got the knack of making perfect koki.

Therefore I treasure this recipe as my Mother in Law taught me to make this, and She learnt it from her mother. Above all this is a meal in itself as it keeps you full for longer period of time. 

So let’s get started…..

 

Pro tips to make Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki

To begin with first mix the flour and oil properly, until it starts to resemble like bread crumbs. This would ensure that the koki is flaky enough.

Add milk little by little to knead the dough. The dough should be hard enough.

While rolling the koki/flatbread keep pushing the edges of koki inside, with your fingers. However the edges will be uneven though.

If you want to make a crispy and flaky textured koki, then allow it to cook on low to medium flame.

Step by Step instructions and pictorial presentation to make Koki

Take gehun ka atta/wheat flour. To this mix salt & black pepper powder according to your taste.

Next add oil and rub it well in between your palms till it resembles like bread crumbs.

 

Now slowly and gradually add cold or lukewarm milk with spoon into the dough. Knead the dough hard. It It should not be like chapati ka atta.

The dough should be harder than Paratha dough/atta. Now roll it into a thick round disc by pressing the edges inside.
Transfer this rolled koki/flatbread on hot griddle/tawa. Cook this on low to medium flame first on down side.
Check if it is done in down side then flip it and cook on the other side also. Cook it well on low flame and if necessary brush it with very little oil.
Serve hot with boiled eggs/half fried eggs & with masala tea.

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Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki

Sindhi Kali mirch ki Koki | Sindhi koki is a popular breakfast dish from Sindhi cuisine. Sindhi Koki is famous for its unique taste, crispy texture and super simple recipe to make with minimum ingredients, easily found in every kitchen.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Sindhi, Indian
Keyword: flatbread, kali mirch ki koki,, Koki,, sindhi breakfast, Sindhi kali mirch ki koki, sindhi koki
Servings: 1 Koki
Author: Lata Lala

Ingredients

  • Wheat flour 1 cup
  • Salt to taste about 1 tsp
  • Coarse Black Pepper powder half a tbsp
  • Oil 3 to 4 tsp
  • Cold or lukewarm milk 5 to 6 tsp less or more

Instructions

  • Take gehun ka atta/wheat flour. To this mix salt & black pepper powder according to your taste.
  • Next add oil and rub it well in between your palms till it resembles like bread crumbs.
  • Now slowly and gradually add cold or lukewarm milk with spoon into the dough. Knead the dough hard. It should not be like chapati ka atta.
  • The dough should be harder than Paratha dough/atta.
  • Now roll it into a thick round disc by pressing the edges inside.
  • Transfer this rolled koki/flatbread on hot griddle/tawa.
  • Cook this on low to medium flame first on down side.
  • Check if it is done in down side then flip it and cook on the other side also.
  • Cook it well on low flame and if necessary brush it with very little oil.
  • Serve hot with boiled eggs/half fried eggs & with masala tea.

 

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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Poonam bachhav

    5 stars
    This black pepper flatbread sounds healthy and flavorful . Perfect tea time treat. Homemade snacks are the best.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Poonam, this is our traditional breakfast recipe

  2. Pavani

    5 stars
    I have heard a lot about Sindhi Koki but never made it myself. Thank you for the detailed recipe – I am going to give it a try some time soon.

    1. Lata Lala

      I am sure you would love it for breakfast Pavani. Thank you for stopping by.

  3. Mayuri Patel

    5 stars
    Lata how similar various regional cuisines are. What you call koki we call bhakri. Authentic bhakri is made the way you’ve made the kali mirch ki koki, where the dough is hard and it has biscuit like texture. We sometimes add jeera to it. Tastes so delicious with masala tea.

    1. Lata Lala

      Indeed Mayuri, I so very well can relate with bhakhti as Gujarat being my birth place.
      Thank you for writing in.

  4. Priya Srinivasan

    5 stars
    Sindhi koki looks inviting lata! I have made it few times, and love the biscuit like texture of this flatbread! We also love the masala koki, though i havent personally tried it at home, it is our regular breakfast once a month from a nearby eatery 🙂 Thanks for the detailed instructions on how to make this authentic sindhi delicacy!

    1. Lata Lala

      Glad to know Priya that you have tried Sindhi koki. Thank you for writing in.

  5. Sasmita

    5 stars
    Such a lovely breakfast option from sindhi cuisine.
    love the crisp texture …. quite simple and easy to make !

  6. Lathiya

    5 stars
    This is a new dish I have never heard of this dish. This sounds a great breakfast option.

    1. Lata Lala

      This is indeed a very filling breakfast Lathiya, do try this. Thank you for writing in.

  7. Sapana

    5 stars
    I have heard of Sindhi Koki but never tried it. This kali mirch one looks and sounds even more interesting to try

  8. Karuna

    5 stars
    Thank you for sharing your recipe. I want to know can we make this koki and courier it to our kids in U,.S.
    How long you can keep it out.

    1. Lata Lala

      Hello Karuna. You can make this koki in advance but it might turn soggy as it depends on the way you have stored it.
      I wouldn’t suggest to courier it as this has a shelf life of maximum 1 or 2 days. Moreover it uses milk for kneading, so it won’t last long. Hope this helps.

      Thank you for writing in.

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