Whenever Radha Bai (our help at home) made it, it seemed as easy as making a roti or phulka! Oh no, but its not half as simple as making them.
I always thought my mom or grammy were exaggerating it when they said that making a bhakri is an art. According to them, you need a good quality of flour, perfect temperature of water to knead the dough, perfect timing to knead it, perfect temperature of the pan, perfect time to flip it over and perfect time to put it on the flame directly!
Seems, like quite a perfect task. This is the first time I tried it, and it turned out pretty ok. The only problem was that I ended up using a little old flour which made the bhakris a bit dry.
But otherwise, if you follow the recipe ''perfectly'' it should turn out just great!