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Bati For Dal Bati Churma

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Bati For Dal Bati Churma Recipe, How To Make Bati For Dal Bati Churma Recipe

Rajasthani meal is incomplete without the mention of the well known Dal-Baati-Churma. Made with wheat flour and baked until golden. Served with melted ghee and dal.

About Recipe

How to make BATI FOR DAL BATI CHURMA

(13 ratings)
22 reviews so far
Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
35 mins
BATI FOR DAL BATI CHURMA
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Wheat flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : November 08, 2018


Ingredients used in BATI FOR DAL BATI CHURMA
• Water - as required.
• Jaggery, powdered (as per taste) - 2 tablespoons.
• Ghee/ clarified butter - 1/2 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Wheat flour, coarsely ground - 1 cup.
Method:
  • Take a bowl and put flour in it. Then add ghee and crumble the flour. Bring it to a nice crumbling texture.
  • Add just enough water to knead into a semi hard dough. (The dough should be stiff than the puri dough).
  • Divide the dough into balls of 2 diameters, to fit the hollow of the palm.
  • Place on a greased tray and bake in a hot oven (350 deg F) for 10 minutes.
  • Change sides and bake again for 10 minutes.
  • They should be lightly browned with a few cracks when fully done, remove and dip in melted desi ghee.
  • Serve these hot Dal Batis along with Dal and Churma.
  • For making the Churma: The baatis are broken and powdered coarsely.
  • In this add some ghee and jaggery powder and mix well and serve.





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1988rithanya Posted on Fri Oct 05 2012

can we deep fry instead?

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Tropically Happy! Posted on Fri Oct 05 2012

Why is it every time I see a video of yours, I get super hungry? Thank you for sharing the recipes and actually trying them at the end of the video while showing us how to eat what you make!

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Chekkogrnteam Posted on Fri Oct 05 2012

That is one reason why I'm subscribed to Vahchef. I like to have fixed dinner time, so when I'm not hungry even though dinner is ready, I watch the latest vahchef video and I can enjoy my meal.

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domdabombabc Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

This looks delicious. I love lentils or dal but I've never tried batis.

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curious.soul Posted on Sun Oct 07 2012

Semolina in baati!! N that can be anything but CHURMA!!! ( by ur Rajasthani fan)

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coolanimationguy Posted on Mon Oct 08 2012

Vah Chef Mazaahgaya!

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manjusharron Posted on Mon Oct 08 2012

vahchef i am big fan of u but this time u dissapointed me ...u just made shortcut for batis n choorma....authentically churma dumlings r deep fried first then crumbled n sieved n then khand is added with some flavours....sorry this time

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VahChef Posted on Mon Oct 08 2012

you have churma ladoo coming

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manjusharron Posted on Tue Oct 09 2012

first of all thanx for the reply this is the first time u replied to me i am feeling like celeb..anyways thanx for the upcoming churma ladoo.. if we dont make adoo then its churma dear....thanx n waiting for instant khaman

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dipalee86 Posted on Thu Oct 11 2012

ok mr vah..........u did not mention how much longer baatis need to be in oven...plz reply

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Vaidhumom Posted on Wed Nov 28 2012

Hie...Thanks for this recipe...you have not mention the oven procedures after making the doughs of Bhati...please let me know to prepare this in the convection oven? prehet at what degree?

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Jyoti Sareen Posted on Wed Dec 05 2012

sanjay i am big fan of u this respe so yammy & tasty kya is m jegery k jegeh suger bhi dal sekty h/

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