jowar roti recipe | jowar bhakri recipe | jowar ki roti | jolada rotti recipe

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jowar roti recipe | jowar bhakri recipe | jowar ki roti | jolada rotti recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. basically a unleavened indian flat bread prepared from jowar flour or sorghum flour. it is typically consumed with stuffed eggplant curry or bhaingan bharta or even with curd and jhunka.
jowar bhakrijowar roti recipe | jowar bhakri recipe | jowar ki roti | jolada rotti recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. bhakri recipes are staple diet of north karnataka, maharashtra, goa and southern gujarat. typically bhkari recipes are prepared from wheat flour, sorghum flour, rice flour and also bajra flour. but this recipe is limited to jowar bhakri which is prepared with hot water.

i have already shared the recipe of jolada rotti, which i had prepared with rolling pin. however, this recipe is prepared and shared by my friend ashwini and she prepares it bit differently. more importantly, she does not use rolling pin / belan to roll this bhakri. hence i requested her to share her recipe and present it with the video. i personally liked the way she pats the roti and yet able to get a perfect round shape. but if you feel that it is cumbersome process, you can always fall back to rolling pin option. if you are beginner, then refer how to prepare jolada rotti using rolling pin.

jowar roti

besides, some important tips and suggestions for a perfect jowar ki roti recipe. firstly, always use hot water to knead the jowar dough for a soft roti. alternatively, you can also use warm water if you cannot handle hot water. secondly, once the dough is prepared, immediately start preparing the rotis. the dough should not be kept for longer time as it will loose its moisture and would turn brittle. lastly, sprinkle some water on top of raw rotis once it is transferred to tawa. moisture would help rotis to turn soft and fluffy.

finally, i would like to highlight my other roti recipes collection from my website. especially, akki rotti, tandoori roti, ragi roti, garlic naan, bhatura recipe, sabudana thalipeeth, roomali roti and poori recipe. in addition do visit my other recipes collection board like,

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jowar roti recipe | jowar bhakri recipe | jowar ki roti | jolada rotti recipe
 
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easy jowar roti recipe | jowar bhakri recipe | jowar ki roti | jolada rotti recipe
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Recipe type: roti
Cuisine: south india
Serves: 6 Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 cup jowar flour / sorghum flour / jolada hittu
  • ¾ cup hot water, or as required to knead dough
  • ½ cup jowar flour / sorghum flour / jolada hittu, for dusting
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, in a large mixing bowl or kadai take jowar flour and make a well in the centre.
  2. furthermore, add ¾ cup hot water and knead to smooth dough.
  3. take a small ball sized dough and make a ball out of it.
  4. further, pat and flatten with the help of palm and finger.
  5. also dust the work station with little jowar flour to prevent roti from sticking while patting.
  6. now pat gently with one hand and the other over side to get round shape.
  7. make sure to dust with jowar flour if required.
  8. further, with both the hands pat as thin as possible.
  9. also dust off excess flour from the roti.
  10. furthermore, put the flattened dough onto the hot tawa.
  11. now spread water over the roti with help of hand or wet cloth removing excess dough.
  12. wait until the water evaporates then flip it to the other side.
  13. press gently and cook all the sides.
  14. finally serve jolada rotti / jowar roti recipe / jowar bhakri with ennegai or dry garlic chutney.


how to make jowar roti or jowar bhakri step by step photo recipe:

  1. firstly, in a large mixing bowl or kadai take jowar flour and make a well in the centre.
    jowar roti
  2. furthermore, add ¾ cup hot water and mix well. be careful as the water is hot.
    jolada rotti
  3. also add more water in batches as required and knead to smooth dough.
    jolada rotti
  4. once the dough is smooth and soft pliable dough, take it on to the work station and knead further.
    jolada rotti
  5. knead the dough till it is smooth, soft and non-sticky. kneading the dough well is very important, else they will break / crack the edges while patting.
    jowar ki roti
  6. take a small ball sized dough and make a ball out of it.
    jowar ki roti
  7. further, pat and flatten with the help of palm and finger.
    jowar ki roti
  8. also dust the work station with little jowar flour to prevent roti from sticking while patting.
    jowar bhakri
  9. now pat gently with one hand and the other over side to get round shape. if you are beginner, then refer how to prepare jolada roti using rolling pin.
    jowar bhakri
  10. make sure to dust with jowar flour if required.
    jowar bhakri
  11. further, with both the hands pat as thin as possible. if you are beginner, then refer how to prepare jolada roti using rolling pin.
    jowar bhakri
  12. also dust off excess flour from the roti.
    jowar bhakri
  13. furthermore, put the flattened dough onto the hot tawa.
    jowar roti
  14. now spread water over the roti with help of hand or wet cloth removing excess dough.
    jowar roti
  15. wait until the water evaporates then flip it to the other side.
    jowar roti
  16. press gently and cook all the sides.
    jowar roti
  17. finally serve jolada rotti / jowar roti recipe / jowar bhakri with ennegai or dry garlic chutney.
    jowar roti


notes:

  • firstly, sieve the jowar flour to filter out impurities.
  • furthermore, add a pinch of salt to the flour. however, in authentic version we do not add salt.
  • also, make sure to knead the dough well else there will be cracks while patting rotti.
  • most noteworthy, if there are cracks forming while patting roti, take some hot water and knead the dough further.
  • finally, jolada rotti / jowar roti recipe / jowar bhakri  taste great when patted with hands rather then prepared with rolling pin.

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  2. Your receipes are too easy and fast to learn. I have tried all your receipes.. Really love the way the things are explained.. Thanks alot

  3. Thank you for this recipe. I tried it and it tasted good. It is becoming very dry when I put it on the Tavares. What i am doing wrong over here

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