Combine all ingredients together in a microwave-safe bowl
Heat in the microwave oven for a minute, until dough edge turns translucent
Set aside until the dough is cool enough to knead, yet warm
Knead until a pliable dough is formed
Adjust flour or water quantity by adding tablespoon by tablespoon, if necessary
Preheat a non-stick frying pan over medium heat
Preheat your oven to its lowest setting (Mine goes down to 170F/ 77C)
Divide the dough into 6 - 8 pieces
Place a piece of dough between two sheets of parchment paper and roll out until slightly less than ¼ inch thick
Transfer the rolled out dough to the preheated frying pan and cook, until edges come off the pan slightly
Flip over and cook for a few more minutes (dough will puff up and steam will escape from the cooking dough)
Flip again, if necessary and continue cooking until hardly any steam is escaping from the roti
Transfer the roti to a parchment-lined baking sheet and keep warm in the oven
Continue cooking the dough pieces and transferring the roti to the oven, making sure not to stack them (otherwise they’ll turn soggy)
No microwave oven option: Use boiling hot water and stir to form a dough, letting it cool slightly before kneading
If the dough is difficult to remove from the parchment paper, you can try placing it in the freezer until it hardens slightly and makes it easier to peel the parchment paper off. Otherwise, you can peel off the top sheet of parchment paper, place the exposed side of the dough on the frying pan, then peel off the other layer of parchment paper.
Take the bottle of vicks vaporub from your medical kit and rub it on the cracked heels. Cover your heels with socks and wake up to beautiful feet!
In the morning, wash your feet properly. And then pamper your feet by soaking em in lukewarm water mixed with salts. Stay in there for about 10 minutes and be assured to notice a very strong difference!