Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Bajra ki Roti | Sojja Rottelu

Bajra ki Roti

Bajra ki roti is a Rajasthani dish made of pearl millet's or sajjalu (in telugu). These roti's are enjoyed along with lahsun ki Chutney & kadhi. This roti's are little different from your regular roti or chapati in texture ad taste. As all of the dishes these roti's are easy to make & delicious to eat.

Bajra ki Roti
Cooking Details
Prep Time-20mins 
Cook Time-15mins 
Serves-5 roti
Adapted From:Indian Kitchen
Ingredients
1Cup bajra flour
4Tbs atta flour 
2Tbs butter
4Tbs dried fenugreek leaves
Salt to taste 
Warm water to knead dough
Directions
- Mix bajra, atta flour,fenugreek leaves, salt in a bowl. 
- Add little by little warm water while forming a dough. 
- Close dough with a wet cloth & allow it to sit on a counter for 15mins. 
- Now take a foil or a plastic sheet & grease it with little oil. 
- Divide dough to equal balls. 
- Take a ball of dough & place it on the sheet. Now press it with less pressure, while expanding dough on all sides. 
- Don't expand it too thin & round the edges nicely. 
- Heat pan with butter/ghee.Place a roti on it.
- cook it on one side & apply ghee to roti. Cook for few seconds & reverse it to other. 
- Now layer a little ghee & allow to cook. 
- You can see little dark circles forming on each side you cooked. 
- Transfer roti to a plate & repeat the same with rest of the dough balls.
Note
- Don't add too much water. 
- Add little more of flour if needed.

Bajra ki Roti
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20 comments:

  1. Eventhough I'm only up to Kashmir with commenting, I had to jump when I saw the title of the post only because I just finished making these not 5 minutes ago to present for Uttarakhand and here you go presenting them and so lovely...at least my chutney is different :) - but I didn't use plastic wrap to roll mine - just made sure the board was well floured.
    Love the beautiful color of the chutney

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  2. My mouth is just watering here, that chutney is just breathtaking. Healthy and nutritious bajra roti.

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  3. same pinch!!! I also made bajra ki roti!! your clicks are awesome!!

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  4. i really appreciate people who make bhakri and especially when this is not part of their cuisine, this such a killer combination that it is actually one of my comfort foods, when i need some homey feeling i would settle for bhakri and lahsun ki chutney...very well made

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  5. Bhakri and lasun chutney is a combination popular all along the west coast. Like you version of the cooked lasun chutney.

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  6. That's so well made!.. We make this very often at home, minus the methi leaves..chutney looks so sinful!

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  7. Well made rotis and very well presented.

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  8. Very well made. Very earthy and healthy as well.

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  9. The roti has turned out perfect and nice shots...

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  10. Like the way your presented the roti, slices of onion and a green chili. It must have tasted great with garlic chutney.

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  11. The roti are so beautifully done. I love these beauties. They are yum

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  12. Very well made rots....lovely!

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  13. wow well made bajra ki roti and very deliicous chuney to accompany :)

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  14. Neat presentation and lovely combo meal...

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  15. these rotis are so much more nutritious than the regular wheat rotis..

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  16. Perfectly made rotis with fantastic clicks...good one.

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