Saturday, January 20, 2007

Bajri Na Rotla

Ingredients :
1/2 cup Pearl Millet flour,
1/4 cup water,
Salt to taste.

Method :
Step 1: Mix all ingredients together.and make a round ball of 2 inch
size ,Take care that this should be firm enough.


Step 2: Wet your palms with silght water, take this ball on your palm
and slightly flattern it.

Step 3: After placing the slightly flattened ball in hand, you go on
pressing it , just like slowly clapping the palms with dough in
between.
Step 4. You will have to wet your palms from time to time in order not
to let dough stick to your palms. Keep on expanding rotla this way
until you get it of your desired size.

Step 5 : Once the rotla is completely round and unbroken in ,Place it
slowly on hot clay tawa(also called Tavdi). take care that there
shouldnot be any air between , tavdi and rotla.



Step 6 : When half cooked on one side, turn it to another side and cook it in low flame. when fully cooked on another side , turn it to the first side again and let it cook fully.



Step 7: take it off from tavdi and spread Ghee on it. Serve Hot.
Take care to rotate it to give even baking.


This goes well with baigan bhartha when accompanied by Jaggery too .
Submitting this to VKN for his Noble cause of FAHC campaign.



12 comments:

Seema said...

lovey recipe kajal. Very healthu too
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Seema

Kajal said...

Thank you seema for nice word.

Tarika said...

Kajal ,
Here is one more thing that I need to learn from you.
I am pretty sure you can do better rotla then me.

Kajal said...

“Practice makes man perfect” this sentence is work here only. Good Buy -Kajal

priyaskitchen said...

bajra na rotla ..hmmm ...how i remember eatig at marwadi dhabas...yummm

Sara said...

Thanks so much for the recepies..I tried many of them and they turned out to be very good..!
Keep up the good work.!!

Cheers,
Sara

Cinci said...

Hi Kajal,

I am a big fan of your blog. Just looking at all the authentic food you post makes me drool and I am amazed at how many different types of dishes you make. Everything looks mouth watering. I searched your blog for the recipe of Undhiyu but didn't find it. Could you pleeeaaaasssseeee post the authentic undhiyu recipe - step by step sometime soon. I thank you in advance.

Bye
Sunitha

priya said...

healthy recipe kajal....

thanks for sharing. can u pls tell me whr can i find tavdi in US.

Pratik said...

The dough always seem to break apart when I try to make rotlas. Any tricks to remedy that? Also, I am in states and only own an electric stove and non-stick cookware/roti tava; is there a way to make it without the traditional brick tava?

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Radha said...

Which is better iron tava or this clay tava?
I assume it is made from clay.