Combine the flour, baking powder, and salt in a bowl.
Add in 1/4 cup of boiling water and mix everything. Cover and set it aside so that the flour absorbs the water. (I used some of our Indian cooking methods here)
After 5 mins or so the mixture will be a bit cold i.e. when you are able to handle the flour mixture with hand, knead it to a semi stiff dough. One can use a drop of oil to just grease it at the end if required.
Divide dough into equal size balls (7-8). Roll each ball into a 4 inch circle and 1/2 inch thick. Prick the tops of the rolled bread with a fork.
Heat a pan and once medium hot, place the bread on the griddle and cook until the top begins to dry and the bread gets brown bubbles appear on the bottom.
Cook in on both the sides until done.
Remove flatbreads from the griddle and dip in warm water.
Shake of excess water and stack them in a clean kitchen towel.
Keep them wrapped so that it does not dry out. Best served warm with some soft cheese or meat.
One can use only Rye Flour or a combination of Rye and Spelt or Rye and Wheat flour.