jowar ki roti
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published May 9, 2009 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Breads Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Other Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Jowar ki roti is a popular gluten free roti (Indian flat bread) made from jowari flour, that can be eaten along with any pickle, meat or vegetable curries.


Recipe of jowar ki roti

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Hot Water as needed
Jowar Atta Milo Flour , Jonnala Pindi 1 Cup
Salt pich Pinch

Directions

  1. Take a bowl add pich of salt to mix the dough use hot water mix it with a spoon and make a soft dough.
  2. Now take some of the atta as dumpling to make a roti, sprinkle jowar atta first and put the dumpling press it with a hand to make a chapati.
  3. Once the roti is ready take pan heat it, pan need to be very hot then add the roti, atta side on the top spread water on the to side of the roti with hand or cloth then rotate it to the other side.cook till both sides are done.    
Posted May 9, 2009

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5 Comments

3 days ago
Hello,
With all due respect, this dish is not an andra dish. Its a staple food seen in karnataka and maharashtra.

Ramaa Oct 12, 2011
I always have been resorting Vahchef's recipes and the dishes turn out really good. I love the simple tricks and tips he suggests to get a great taste.
As far as the recipe for the jonnala roti or bhajra roti, well, no matter where they are from India, each part makes similar dishes, the best part is to be proud of being an Indian with so many cultures, and each culture bringing in their best of the cooking.

Mrs Sandhya Binu May 26, 2009
Hello Chef,

I completely enjoy watching your videos, the best part is you make it a point to give a background of the dish you make. Thank you for helping soo many people to learn and enjoy cooking.

God bless.

Subha May 12, 2009
Looking for a recipe for Makhi ka Roti.
Thanks.

sue May 11, 2009
Yes, Ashwini is right, it is from Maharashtra. I haven't made it in years, so I will watch your video and do it.

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