Step 1: Create 3 small dough balls about 2-2 ½ inches in diameter.
Step 2: Flatten the three small dough balls into discs.
Step 3: Place Tawa on the stove to heat (med-high).
Step 4: Scrape a spoonful of some desi ghee on disc one, layer the second dough disc, and repeat 2x.
Step 5: Use the rolling pin to roll out the layers just a little bit.
HINT: If the butter is too warm, it will be hard to work with the dough. I pop this dough disc in the freezer for 3-4 mins, so it is easy to roll out.
Step 6: Create a cut from the center out. Roll the dough into a cone.
Step 7: Flatten from top by pushing down. Using the rolling pin, roll out your dough to twice its size.
Step 8: Place the dough disc on the Tawa. Once you see the side from being solid to almost translucent, flip it over with the flat tongs. Lightly add a few drops of the corn oil. (This helps with the crispness). Repeat on the other side.
Step 9: Serve hot! Enjoy.