Dhaniya Mirch Bhakhri is an Indian flatbread infused with the flavors of dhaniya (coriander) and mirch (chili). The dough for this bhakhri is typically made by combining wheat flour with finely chopped fresh coriander leaves, green chilies, and other seasonings such as salt and spices. The mixture is kneaded into a smooth dough, divided into small portions, and then rolled into flat, round discs. These discs are cooked on a griddle or skillet until they puff up and attain a golden-brown color.
The inclusion of coriander and green chilies imparts a vibrant and aromatic quality to the bhakhri, adding a burst of flavor to the otherwise simple flatbread. Dhaniya Mirch Bhakhri is often enjoyed with various accompaniments like yogurt, pickles, or chutneys, making it a tasty and versatile addition to Indian cuisine.