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Bajra Roti

Bajra roti is a very easy recipe as such, but the trick is to make the roti. All you need is Bajra flour, salt to taste and water. Mix to form a dough. The dough is not as smooth as the chappati dough as the gluten content is low in bajra. You do not need oil in the dough. 

Bajra roti is a very easy recipe as such, but the trick is to make the roti. All you need is Bajra flour, salt to taste and water. Mix to form a dough. The dough is not as smooth as the chappati dough as the gluten content is low in bajra. You do not need oil in the dough. 

2 cups bajra flour
Water to make dough
Salt to taste
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Form a stiff dough with the ingredients above. Make 2 inch size balls. 

Flatten each ball into a round shape with your hands. On a piece of saran wrap place the flattened dough and keep forming a round roti shape while turning using a little water, so that you get a roti about 6 inches in diameter. The thickness should be about 1/8th inch.

Using the water to shape the roti is very important.

Heat a tava or frying pan. Place the roti in the middle. Now make your palm wet and smear the top with a little water. Now turn the roti over. Cook the other side till done. Serve hot with Garlic chutney (lasnachi chatni) and sweet butter.

Its a great meal. Also any Methi bhaaji goes well with bajra roti.

 

 




 

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