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Jowar Ki Roti

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Jowar Ki Roti Recipe, How To Make Jowar Ki Roti Recipe

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About Recipe

How to make jowar ki roti

(52 ratings)
96 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
jowar ki roti
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Millet
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 12, 2019


Ingredients used in jowar ki roti
• Hot water - as required.
• Jowar atta millet flour , jonnala pindi - 1 cup.
• Salt - pinch.
Method:
  • Take a bowl add millet flour, pinch of salt to mix the dough use hot water mix it with a spoon and make a soft dough.
  • Now take some of the atta as dumpling to make a roti, sprinkle millet flour first and put the dumpling press it with a hand to make a chapati.
  • 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.





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teenqueen786 Posted on Sun May 10 2009

First 2 Comment Looks Goodd

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razorio007 Posted on Sun May 10 2009

Come on puff up baby!!!!!!

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gwhoyar Posted on Sun May 10 2009

Bhakri! Do you know any good brand of jowar flour that we can get here in the USA?

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Christie N Posted on Sun May 10 2009

"puff up!" it looks cool and delicious

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skcvstang Posted on Sun May 10 2009

come on puff up baby!!! lol chef sanjayy u are awesome!!!

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soularflarez Posted on Sun May 10 2009

i love roti !!! much respect !

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teenqueen786 Posted on Sun May 10 2009

Oh well i dont caree :P if ppl r dum to think its sumthing to do with thumbz down

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tiggatigah Posted on Sun May 10 2009

You answered my request ! Thank you so much, from myself and other coeliacs and gluten intolerant persons. Any other gluten free ideas ? You're a star, thanks again :)

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purespirit9 Posted on Mon May 11 2009

Very good vanchef 5/5

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? ? Posted on Mon May 11 2009

You made me home-sick Sanjay. This is Called "?????" and goes well with "?????? ?????" (Mutton Curry).... for the chutney you have made, instead of Masala powder use slightly roasted green chillies, called as ???? in Maharashtra

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green peace Posted on Mon May 11 2009

Looks good. Where can I get 'fresh 'jowar flour in US? I think the flour found in indian stores is old and may not make such a good roti.

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bestiaccia Posted on Tue May 12 2009

Wonderful!!!!!

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