Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri

Bajra roti or bajra bhakri are flat breads made from millet flour


Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri
 
Bajra roti or bajra bhakri are flat breads made from millet flour. Bajra also known as pearl millet is very popular in Rajasthan, this humble food has been eaten in India since the pre-historic times. It  is mostly consumed in the form of rotis,especially in the winters.
 
Preparation time:25 min
Cooking time:35 min
Total Time:1 hr
Servings:2-4
 

Ingredient

  • 2-1/2 cups bajra flour/millet flour
  • 1 tsp oil 
  • Water 
  • Salt 
  • Cooking oil 

Instructions

1)Heat or warm the water,add salt and oil than stir and add the bajra flour.

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri 1

 

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri 2

 2)Knead into a smooth dough.Divide the dough into equal portions

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri 3

 

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri 4
 
3)Roll out each portion into a roti’s not very thin,dust the rotis with dry bajra flour to make the rolling easier

 

4)Cook the rotis on a hot tava (griddle) till both sides have brown spots and done.

 

 
Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri 5

 

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri

5)Apply oil or ghee on one side.You can also fry the bajra rotis like parathas with oil or ghee directly in the tava/frying pan.
6)Serve hot goes well with onion,pickle,chutney or enjoy with any side dishes(Palak Saag).Enjoy!!

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri
 

Bajra Roti / Bajra Bhakri

Bajra roti or bajra bhakri are flat breads made from millet flour. Bajra also known as pearl millet is very popular in Rajasthan, this humble food has been eaten in India since the pre-historic times. It  is mostly consumed in the form of rotis,especially in the winters.

Prep Time25 mins
Cook Time35 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 4
Author: hindustanisakhisaheli

Ingredients

  • 2-1/2 cups bajra flour/millet flour 1 tsp oil  Water  Salt  Cooking oil

Instructions

  • 1)Heat or warm the water,add salt and oil than stir and add the bajra flour.
     2)Knead into a smooth dough.Divide the dough into equal portions
    3)Roll out each portion into a roti’s not very thin,dust the rotis with dry bajra flour to make the rolling easier
    4)Cook the rotis on a hot tava (griddle) till both sides have brown spots and done.

    5)Apply oil or ghee on one side.You can also fry the bajra rotis like parathas with oil or ghee directly in the tava/frying pan.
    6)Serve hot goes well with onion,pickle,chutney or enjoy with any side dishes(Palak Saag).Enjoy!!









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