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

jolada rotti recipe| jowar roti recipe| jowar bhakri recipe
Course roti
Cuisine south indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 11 Servings


  • 1 cup jowar flour
  • salt to taste
  • cup water hot water
  • 1 cup jowar flour for dusting


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