Kuttu is a very nutritious fruit which is important for our body. It is considered as pure and is eaten during fasting days.
2 cup kuttu atta
2 boiled potato
2 Green chopped chilies
1/2 tsp black pepper powder
1/4 cup chopped coriander leaves
1 tbsp dry kasoori methi leaves
Ghee/Oil for frying
Water for knead
Salt to taste
Mash the boiled potato. Mix all the indigents like kuttu atta, potato, chopped chiliesm black pepper powder, coriander leaves, kasoori methi and salt (as required) together and knead into stiff dough. Try to make the dough without water, if need water you can add either oil og ghee in place of water. Cover the dough and leave to rest, for at least 1/2 an hour.
Now divide the dough into 10-12 pieces and then make small balls of the dough and roll eash into small chapatis/puris with the help of oil or ghee. Then heat the pan with oil or ghee and free the chapati or puri in pan. Cook both sides of the chapati/puri in pan very well until it turns light brown. Repeat the above process with all the chapatis/puris.
Now your kuttu chapati/puri is ready to eat. Serve it with any type of curry with chutney you like.