First step is to prepare the dough. Add jowar or sorghum flour to the food processor along with salt, chilly powder, salt, onion powder and garlic powder.
Then add chopped dill leaves. Knead into a dough by adding warm or hot water.
Transfer the dough to a bowl and cover it with a moist cloth. Let it rest for 15 minutes.
Now comes the part to prepare the jowar bhakri. Slit a ziplock and open it.
Place a small ball in the center and cover it with the other side of the ziplock. Place a small plate over it and press it down. This will flatten the ball.
Then using your fingers, flatten it lightly and evenly on all sides. You can dust some jowar flour on top to help you with this.
Heat a tawa or griddle. Once it's hot enough, carefully transfer the flattened dough onto the tawa.
Sprinkle some water and cook the bhakri on both sides evenly.
It will be little dry and should be consumed immediately. Serve it with thecha or with any other curry.