Bajri Na Rotla



You will need
1 cup Bajari flour(pearl millet flour)
water
salt to taste

Method

Mix flour and salt and add enough water to form a stiff dough.  Divide the dough into a small ball and make rotla on your chakla or any smooth surface by tapping your hand on it.



Place on a well hot gridle or tava and cook on both side on slow fire.  Traditionally rotla cooked on clay tava, which i have got here in UK.  Serve hot with spreading homemade desi ghee with choice of your curry...

Best goes with  baingan Bharatha, spring onion kadhi or Mag Nu Saak (mung curry)









10 comments

  1. Hi Jagruti... thanks for your comments. You too have a great blog. Your Kem cho? series takes me back home. Especially this bajri rotla. Keep up the good work!

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  2. I love rotlo with ringan no olo (baingan bharta)

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  3. Hi jagruti

    i am new in blog world, i ahve sent so many dishes to your events, can u clear one thing that what is the meaning of ROUND UP of any event. when will you announce award for your events.
    please reply

    thanks
    paricash

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    1. Hello Pari
      Will let you know when I will post the round up for the event. Might be this coming saturaday..yes I know you sent me your dishes for whole wheat flour event right ?

      TC

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    2. Thanks Jags for your reply.
      Yes i am the same person who sent dishes for your whole wheat flour event. gud memory.
      I wanted to know is what is the meaning of ROUND UP?
      means what you will do in that?
      sorry for bothering you, but it would be a great help for a new blogger like me.
      when will you announce the awards?

      LOVE

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    3. Pari Cash
      Round up means we post each and every entries what we have received in that event. Normally I don't announce any awards, but will pass on few awards to you in my next post :-))
      Hope this helps.
      TC
      Jagruti

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    4. Thanks u sooooooooooo much Jagruthi. You have so much patience, as i ask too many question like kids, i am also a kid in blogging world. hahahahah

      THAAAAAAAAKS A TON

      LOVE
      PariCasj

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    5. Lolz Pari, we all are still kids in bloggywood :-) no worries..you're welcome !!

      BTW Round up is ready..please come and have a look
      TC

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  4. thank you for linkng this delicious roti looks wonderful :)

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