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Jowar Bajre Ki Bakri

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Jowar Bajre Ki Bakri Recipe, How To Make Jowar Bajre Ki Bakri Recipe

A very nutritious Indian flat bread made with Sorghum and Pearl Millet flour. Have it as a mid morning snack or for lunch.

Jowar and bajra are rich in iron, protein and fiber. Being comparatively dry, this roti is recommended as it will relieve you with the feeling of sickness.

About Recipe

How to make JOWAR BAJRE KI BAKRI

(7 ratings)
12 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
JOWAR BAJRE KI BAKRI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Bajra
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 09, 2018


Ingredients used in JOWAR BAJRE KI BAKRI
• Bajra flour (pearl millet) - 2 cups.
• Jowar flour (sorghum) - 2 cups.
• Oil - 1 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Water - as required.
Method:
  • In a bowl, combine the flours (jowar& Bajra) together, add salt and a teaspoon of oil.
  • Add hot water and knead to soft dough then divide it to equal sized balls.
  • Roll out the balls of dough like rotis on the polythene sheet by using a plate.(as shown in the video).
  • Put tawa on the medium flame, fry the roti on it until done.

Serve it hot accompanied with any kind of vegetarian or non-vegetarian curry.






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rrangana11 Posted on Thu Aug 23 2012

Chef too many videos... I am worried... You will run out. Please save it for future...

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Faylina Meir Posted on Thu Aug 23 2012

I agree, why upload all these videos at same time? one a day is plenty, don't get me wrong, I LOVE your whole attitude, it makes me smile, but you will burn out again.

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TheGlitteryDragon Posted on Thu Aug 23 2012

they look like little corn tortillas :D - i'm hungry!

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eonorez3 Posted on Thu Aug 23 2012

sorry chef im unsubscibing... :( u upload too many tasty mouthwatering dishes that often cause me to deflect from my bodybuilding nutritional plan..im human after all...

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Nagarjuna P Posted on Thu Aug 23 2012

This is not fair you did not taste it. LOL

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SubSalac Posted on Mon Aug 27 2012

if you're bulking, you should be able to eat many calories and burn it up due to high metabolism resulting from intensive training. ^^ So vah chefs cuisine is quite compatible with this lifestyle. Also, eating very spicy food(capsaicin, like in h

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yoy331 Posted on Fri Sep 07 2012

I think he knows what he can and can't eat more than you do.

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SubSalac Posted on Fri Sep 07 2012

Because he's "a guy with a nutritional plan", and I'm a nutritionist by profession. So he knows more. Got it.

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yoy331 Posted on Fri Sep 07 2012

I bet you are.

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longfloat Posted on Sat May 18 2013

What an ingeniously simple way of making bhari. My wife used to make them tirelessly with hands by adding dry flour and subsequently rotating applying little pressure. You just changed the way we made bhakris for years. Bhakris made by following thes

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Shahnaz Mughal Posted on Wed Apr 29 2015

Any suggestions on how to get rid of the bitter taste of Bajre. ?

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Gouthami chaganti Posted on Mon Jan 18 2016

could you mention is it gluten free r not 4 ur recipes. Match useful....?

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