Dill – also called soy in Urdu always reminds me of Anwer Sultana – My nani – maternal grandmother. Couple of decades ago during winter vacations, all of us cousins would come down to Rawalpindi to spend winter break with our grandparents. Nani had a huge herb and vegetable garden at the back of the house. The garden had one particular herb every winter – soy/dill. The shrub always grew taller than me, an 8 year old back then making me disappear in the dill patch while trying to catch ladybirds. They too loved the perfumed dill as much as I did.
Needs a Food Processor & a Griddle
- Add everything except the water in the food processor. Pulse it for 10 seconds.
- Now switch on the machine and slowly add ¼ cup of water till everything comes together and forms dough.
- Take the dough out and knead it for 2-3 mins. Put it in a bowl with a tbsp. of oil on it. Cover and let it sit for 30 mins.
- Now make small balls of dough, roll them out and cook them on hot griddle on both sides.
- Remove, cut in triangles and serve hot with Salsa or chutney.