Easy tips to make perfect luchi at home

Easy tips to make perfect luchi at home

Today we will tell you what things you should take special care while kneading the Luchi dough.

Soft luchi tips to make perfect luchi at home

Mouth waters are bound to come when it comes to the traditional dishes of India. This festive season you can make famous Bengal Luchi at home. It is known by different names in India. In the areas around Agra Mathura, it is called by the name Luchai. Whereas in Bengal it is known as Luchi. There it is served with potatoes or dry vegetables.

You too can easily make it at home. But many women complain that no matter how well they knead luchi dough, luchi never becomes soft. If the luchi is not soft then it will not be fun to eat. That's why it is important that the luchi dough should be kneaded properly. So come on, today we will tell you what things you should take special care of while kneading luchi dough.

The dough is a bit hard

If you want your luchi to become puffy, you can use this hack. For this, while kneading the dough, take special care that the luchi dough should be a little hard. If the dough is thin then the luchis will not rise completely. (follow these tips to identify adulteration in flour)

Knead dough with warm water

Kneaded with lukewarm water will make the dough softer and luchis also become softer because the softer the dough, the more puffed the luchis will become. For this, first of all, heat water in a vessel to lukewarm, then take semolina flour in a bowl and knead it well by adding little amount of water.

Let the dough rest

Usually when we make luchi, we don't pay that much attention to the flour. Try to leave the semolina dough to rest for some time before rolling and stuffing the luchi. Also, add some oil, ghee or butter while kneading the dough. This way you will get a non-sticky dough and your luchi will also be perfect.

Cover the dough with a wet cloth

After kneading the dough, when you are making its balls, cover it with a wet cloth for some time and then fry it. After following these tips, your luchi will become very soft.

If you want Lucci to be Krispy, use this hack. For this, while kneading the dough, add a little flour to it. By doing this luchi can become more crispy. Because using empty semolina will make your luchi hard.

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