jolada rotti recipe| jowar roti recipe| jowar bhakri recipe

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jolada rotti | jola rotti | jowar roti | bajra bhakri with step by step photo recipe. jowar roti is very healthy roti recipe as it is made from jola da hittu or jowar ka atta or bajra flour. in north karnataka and in maharashtra it is very popular. it is often eaten with ennegayi recipe or you can even try the jolada rotti with dry garlic chutney.

i am big fan of jowar ki roti and i still remember those days when i use to live in hubli. these rotis where easily available in most of the restaurants in north karnakata and we use to have it every weekends. in recent days, i have seen small shops coming up in bangalore who sell just these rotis and north karnataka curries. i have tasted even with those shops and the taste is amazing.

jolada rotti

i love to have a healthy diet. so i always prefer the food without oil. and this jolada rotti, jola rotti, jowar roti or bajra bhakri roti is perfect match for it. my aunt usually prepare jolada rotti in large numbers as it can be eaten as kadak rotti also (crispy roti after drying under sun). jowar ka atta is also rich in fibre and it helps in improving appetite.

usually when i make jolada rotti, jola rotti, jowar roti or bajra bhakri, i also make a spicy based curry to go with it like ennegai, bhindi ka salansabbasigge soppu palyasprouts currybatani gasi etc. i have also posted several roti collectionslike ragi rotti recipe, akki rotti recipe, garlic butter naan recipe etc

jolada rotti | jola rotti | jowar roti | bajra bhakri recipe card below:

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jolada rotti recipe| jowar roti recipe| jowar bhakri recipe
 
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jolada rotti recipe| jowar roti recipe| jowar bhakri recipe
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Recipe type: roti
Cuisine: South Indian
Serves: 11 Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 cup jowar flour
  • salt to taste
  • 1½ cup water, hot water
  • 1 cup jowar flour, for dusting
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, boil the water. when the water begin to boil add some salt and sprinle 1 tsp of jowar flour.
  2. now turn off the flame and add rest of the flour to this boiling water
  3. mix it with wooden spoon or any spoon. (water will be very hot)
  4. allow it cool little. when it is still warm knead with your hand.
  5. the dough should be soft like chapati dough. if the dough is hard you can sprinkle some water and knead well.
  6. make equally sized small balls out of the dough.
  7. dust the rolling surface. make sure there isn't any trace of water.
  8. dip the dough in the flour and flatten it by pressing uniformly.
  9. start patting thinly with your hand. use flour if needed.
  10. it requires a lot practise to get it thin.
  11. if you are unable to pat thinly, you can also roll like chapathi using chapathi roller.
  12. put the flattened dough onto the hot tawa.
  13. now dip a cloth in water and start wiping off the roti from top removing excess dough.
  14. wait until the water evaporates then flip it to the other side.
  15. press gently with the cloth to pluff. now remove it from the tava and serve hot.
  16. enjoy the jolada rotti with ennegai or dry garlic chutney.


jolada rotti | jola rotti | jowar roti | bajra bhakri step by step photo recipe:

  1. firstly, boil the water. when the water begin to boil add some salt and sprinle 1 tsp of jowar flour.jolada rotti
  2. now turn off the flame and add rest of the flour to this boiling water
    jolada rotti
  3. mix it with wooden spoon or any spoon. (water will be very hot)
    jolada rotti
  4. allow it cool little. when it is still warm knead with your hand.
    jolada rotti
  5. the dough should be soft like chapati dough. if the dough is hard you can sprinkle some water and knead well.
    jolada rotti
  6. make equally sized small balls out of the dough.
    jolada rotti
  7. dust the rolling surface. make sure there isn’t any trace of water.
    jolada rotti
  8. dip the dough in the flour and flatten it by pressing uniformly.
    jolada rotti
  9. start patting thinly with your hand. use flour if needed.
    jolada rotti
  10. it requires a lot practise to get it thin.
    jolada rotti
  11. if you are unable to pat thinly, you can also roll like chapathi using chapathi roller.
    jolada rotti
  12. put the flattened dough onto the hot tawa.
    jolada rotti
  13. now dip a cloth in water and start wiping off the roti from top removing excess dough.
    jolada rotti
  14. wait until the water evaporates then flip it to the other side.
    jolada rotti
  15. press gently with the cloth to pluff. now remove it from the tava and serve hot.
    jolada rotti
  16. enjoy the jolada rotti with ennegai or dry garlic chutney.
    jolada rotti


notes:

  • boiling water is very important.
  • kneading is must to have to have soft thin rotti.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Dear madam
    I am vannurappa-office dudekula from ANANTAPURAM of Andhra Pradesh. I am going to start kadak roti like north Indian khakras with ragi,jowar,bajra and foxtail Millets. To get crunchy and tastey what type of ingredients can we add. I am planing Tulsi,pudina,ginger, and other flavours. Please mail recipes and preparation tips with out fail.

  2. Why don’t you used rolling pin? I followed the same method as yours except that I poured the boiling water into the flour bowl and knead it quite a few times. I used a rolling pin instead of my palm to roll the dough.

    • Hi Sindhu,
      you can use rolling pin as well.. but I love jolada rotti pat with hands… it gives a real authentic taste

  3. Hi. Why don’t you used rolling pin? I followed the same ,ethic as yours except that I poured the boiling water into the flour bowl and knead it quite a few times. I used a rolling no oin instead of my palm to roll the dough.

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