Bajra preparaions are mostly relished in winters.. Desi style bajra rotis accompanied with raw onion, green chillies taste so delicious with both veg and non veg side dishes.
Bajra flour ... 2 cups or as needed.
Wheat flour ... 2 tbsps
Ajwain ..... 1/2 tsp
Salt .... 1/4 tsp (optional - as some prefer without it)
Ghee ... 1 tbsp to add in the flour.
More ghee or oil for brushing on the rotis.
1. Mix the two flours, ajwain, salt and melted ghee.
2. Knead adding water little by little as needed.
3. Sprinkle some flour on the rolling board and flatten the rotis with your hand. I use the rolling pin to make them thinner as we prefer them thin.
4. Roast them on the griddle and smear the ghee on top when they are done.
Perfectly made roti.ReplyDelete
That's a healthy tasty roti!ReplyDelete
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beautiful roti shobha :)ReplyDelete
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Bajre ki roti is a perfect winter treatc. I love this bajra roti with a special gavar ki sabji that gujjus make .it is sweetened with jaggery and flavored with ajwain. Thanks for reminding me ..I will make this soon :-)ReplyDelete
How nice. I would love to try it out with the Gujarati style gawarki sabziDelete
My all time favorite. My mother in law use to make them for us but when she left for India, I had to learn how to pat them evenly and in shape. Now I find rolling it gently much easier. Like the idea of adding ajwain to Bajre ki roti, will add next time I make them.ReplyDelete
Good to hear that you have mastered out the rolling.Delete
This bajre ki roti must taste delicious with the addition of ajma and ghee. That's how my MIL used to make it. Like you, I prefer the crispy thinly rolled ones.ReplyDelete
Yes dear. But we use ajwain only in winters.Delete
It is good to know about the different cuisines. Bajra roti with wheat flour looks delicious. I must try it sometime.ReplyDelete
Just a little wheat flour is added to make it easy to roll out.Delete
Perfect delicious winter food. I love bajre ki roti with just anything but my favorite is ghee n salt sprinkled on the hot roti. Yummm.ReplyDelete
Oh, some people sprinkle sugar or jaggery with ghee.Delete
I have started including millets in our daily diet. This baker ki roti looks so delicious. I am surely going to try this winter delight. Absolutely irresistible.ReplyDelete
That's really nice. They are loadedwith nutritionDelete
Bajra roti is perfect to have it with spicy dal , just crushed it and enjoy it. loved how thin it came out.ReplyDelete
Thanks dear. That's a brilliant idea.Delete
This looks like a doable thing with wheat flour + bajra... the side dish (dry curry) looks super delish too !ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot KalyaniDelete
Never used Ajwain in Bajra, Learn something new, looks perfectReplyDelete
Linsy we add that only in winters.Delete