JOWAR KI BHAKRI Roti of Sorghum flour
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Author anubond101 Yield No Value
Published Aug 23, 2012 Cooking Time 25 Minutes
Recipe Type Breads Preparation Time 10 Minutes
Ingredient Flour Standing Time 25 Minutes
Description:

Jowar ki bhakri is a nutritious Indian flat bread made with sorghum flour also known as jonna rotte in Andhra.

Recipe of JOWAR KI BHAKRI Roti of Sorghum flour

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Sorghum Flour 2 Cup
Salt Pinch
Hot Water as needed

Directions

1. In a bowl, add 2 to 3 cups of sorghum flour or jowari atta, a pinch of salt and mix the dough with hot water to make soft dough. 2. Take some dough and roll it well, press and roll it again to make a soft dumpling. 3. Place a plastic sheet on a flat surface and place the ball of dough in the centre. Place another plastic sheet over. 4. Take a flat plate and press the ball of dough gently to make a thin flat roti. 5. Heat a pan and fry the roti evenly on both sides until cooked. (As shown in the video). 6. Serve hot with any gravy curry, pickle etc.

Recipe Tips

Use hot water for kneading the dough. As there is not much gluten formation, we need to use hot water to make soft dough. This method is very easy for beginners.
Posted Aug 23, 2012

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1 Comments

Dec 30, 2013
Hi Sanjay Garu,

Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe..

This is good reciepe and I started doing it every day. I am using poori presser for making Roti.

I also tried the same roti stuffed with methi curry, it came very well and every one enjoyed at home.

Regards
Sreedevi

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