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Jowar Ki Bhakri Roti Of Sorghum Flour

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Jowar Ki Bhakri Roti Of Sorghum Flour Recipe, How To Make Jowar Ki Bhakri Roti Of Sorghum Flour Recipe

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

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How to make JOWAR KI BHAKRI Roti of Sorghum flour

(10 ratings)
33 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
JOWAR KI BHAKRI Roti of Sorghum flour
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Jower flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 12, 2018


Ingredients used in JOWAR KI BHAKRI Roti of Sorghum flour
• Jower flour - 2 cups.
• Salt - to taste.
• Hot water - as required.
Method:
  • 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 a soft dough.
  • Take some dough and roll it well, press and roll it again to make a soft dumpling.
  • Place a plastic sheet on a flat surface and place the ball of dough in the center, place another plastic sheet over.
  • Take a flat plate and press the ball of dough gently to make a thin flat roti.
  • Heat a pan and fry the roti evenly on both sides until cooked. (As shown in the video).
  • Serve hot with any gravy curry, pickle etc.





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Mspendragon72 Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Ahh, yes my sweet Indian food teacher... :) I'll try it tonite.

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Rosy y Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

wITH WHAT IS HE EATING THIS PLESE CAN YOU TELL ME???

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Colors in Games Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

dont forget ur indo-chinese techniques and how about some recipes without cooking oil? like some thick soups maybe?

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Colors in Games Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

yes they are ugah tin and numar suauce also dinchik musa on side

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mveer d Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Oil; is it necessary?

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shree Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Making a roti by pressing with a flat plate is a new technique and good idea. In fact getting round and thin shape is difficult job in making a jowar ki roti.

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Emy Mahmoud Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

??? ??? ??? ???? ?? ?? ??

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Nagarjuna P Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Some Bhindi dish

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Jumi Ramirez Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Just great

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allencrider Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Yum. I learned how to make this from an older vid of yours. I have a tortilla press and that made it so easy.

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IGI567890 Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

Chef, It turned out like biscuit :( Where did i go wrong ??

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IGI567890 Posted on Wed Aug 22 2012

how how how !!!

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