Jowar Roti | North karnataka special | jowar bhakri / roti recipe

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Jolada Rotti | North karnataka special | jowar bhakri / roti recipe  with step by step photo and video recipe.Learn how to make the famous Uttara Karnataka Jowar roti recipe, basically a unleavened Indian flat bread prepared from jowar flour or sorghum flour. It is very healthy food and served with stuffed brinjal and few other choices of curries.

Jowar roti | North karnatak special | jowar bhakri / roti recipe

North Karnataka Jowar roti recipe, basically a unleavened Indian flat bread prepared from jowar flour or sorghum flour. It is very healthy food and served with stuffed brinjal and few other choices of curries.
Course dinner, lunch box
Cuisine North karnataka
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 8 people
Author Shubha Sharon

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cup Jowar(sorghum flour)
  • 1 cup water
  • salt to taste

Instructions

  1. In a vessel add water, salt and boil it.
  2. Add flour in batches into boiling water mix well with wooden or any other stick. Keep some flour aside and add remaining flour stir, mix well.
  3. Turn off the flame and allow it to be cool about 2 minutes.
  4. After 2 minutes transfer it to a mixing bowl, knead to a smooth dough, make sure there are no lumps. Adjust water and flour to make a smooth dough
  5. Take a portion of dough and make a ball of it.
  6. Dust with some flour and place ball dough on rolling surface, press the dough gently and adjust the edges
  7. Roll it in thin circle as shown, press and adjust the shape of roti, also dust the work station with little jowar flour to prevent roti from sticking while rolling.
  8. Dust rolling surface with jowar flour if required, keep turning in between.
  9. Hold roti's dusted part up in your hand, heat tawa and put flattened dough on it, dusted bottom part of the dough must be upside.
  10. Spread water over the roti with help of a wet cloth, now keep on medium flame.
  11. Wait until the water evaporates then flip, press gently and cook all the sides.
  12. Finally serve hot roti with curries.

Recipe Notes

  • Do not roll the dough with to much pressure, if you do roti will be hard and brittle 
  • Make sure no lumps are formed while kneading the dough. 

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