Goans make bhakri in a very different way than the maharashtrians although it is called as a bhakri.
Take 2 cups of rice flour in a bowl
Add finely chopped onion to it (one medium)
2 finely chopped green chilies
½ cup freshly grated coconut.
Salt and 1 tsp sugar.
Mix all the ingredients together till they have a consistency of a uttapam batter or bhajia batter.
Pour it on a hot tawa with a spoon or with your hand (first dip your hand in water and then make a round circle on the tawa with your hand) it’s not very thin its quite thick,
Cover it with a lid let it become brown on one side
Flip it over to the other side and let it brown.
Remove smear with a spoon of homemade ghee.
And goans favorite breakfast is ready you can eat it with green chutney or just like that.
BHAKRI IS SIMILAR TO THE SOUTHINDIAN ADAI, OR THE MARATHI THALEPEETH.
IN GOA BHAKRI IS ALMOST ALWAYS MADE WITH RICE FLOUR BUT I MAKE IT WITH ALL TYPES OF FLOURS TO MAKE IT MORE NUTRITIOUS, YOU TOO CAN GIVE IT A TRY. YOU CAN USE NACHINI OR RAGI FLOUR, JOWAR FLOUR, OR BAJRI FLOUR.