Combine the dry ingredients – flour, instant yeast, salt, sesame seeds and baking powder. Bring together the wet ingredients in a bowl – yogurt, condensed milk and egg. Whisk them until well combined.
Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and slowly add the yogurt mix into this in batches mixing with a spatula on the go until they are well combined. Tip it over on your work table and knead for about 5 to 10 minutes into a firm ball.
Smear a bowl with oil and place your dough into the bowl. Apply oil over the dough as well. Keep it covered with a cling film for 1 to 2 hours.
Meanwhile prepare the filling by mixing the chopped onions, desiccated coconut, finely chopped green chilly, sweetened condensed milk and salt. The condensed milk is to just bind the ingredients together. After the dough has risen make smaller balls out of this ( approximately 6 with the above mentioned quantity).
Flatten the dough with your hand and scoop out a spoonful of the filling and place it at the center of the flattened dough. Bring together the edges of the flattened dough just like you would wrap a bundle and press it together. Use a little of water to hold this together. Roll it into a ball careful not to spill out the filling.
Dust this with a little flour and roll it out using a rolling pin into an oblong shape or you could do it with your hands as well. Just press it with your fingers to attain the desired shape.
Move it to a griller and let it grill on both the sides for a minute each or till the color begins to change and dark spots begin to appear. Take it off the grill and brush with ghee on both the sides.
By Ria Samuel